Lessons from the Strongest Man in America

Hail to the Dinosaurs!

We released the April issue of The Dinosaur
Files a few weeks ago. We're running a bit
behind on the schedule, so the next issue
will be a catch-up issue. We'll combine the
May and June issues and make it a bit
bigger than usual.

I worked all day on Saturday, Sunday and
Monday to finish the little monster, and get
it to my layout and design guy.

He has his work cut out for him because
we're offering the Files in two formats now:
PDF with immediate electronic delivery, and
Kindle. The problem is, you have to the lay-
out and design twice - once for PDF and
again for Kindle. In other words, there's
twice as much work.

Of course, as always, I'll send a link when
the May-June issue is ready.

Anyhow, one of the articles I did in the
May-June issue covers the training of an
old-timer who was the Strongest Man in

I found an old article that covered his
training in detail. Not just what he did
when he was a champion, but how he
trained to get there. The programs he
used to turn himself from an ordinary
farm kid into America's Strongest Man.

I had never read the article before, so
this was new and fascinating information
for me.

I won't go into the details right now -
that's what the article is for, so you'll
have to wait until the May-June issue
of the Dinosaur Files is ready - but I
will say this.

His training was 100% Dino.

He did EVERYTHING I covered in Dinosaur
Training: Lost Secrets of Strength and

In other words, he was one of the original
Dinos - and one of the first to prove that
Dino Training really works.

And he DID prove it. After all, he was the
Strongest Man in America. The top champion,
the best lifter, and the man who lifted the most
weight in the recognized lifts then used in

And he got there by training Dino style. That's
pretty good.

We'll work as fast as we can to get the May-
June issue of The Dinosaur Files to you - and
I'll send the link as soon as it's ready.

In the meantime, train hard and continue
the Dino tradition! Remember, you're following
in the footsteps of a long line of champions -
including the Strongest Man in America.

Yours in strength,

Brooks Kubik

P.S. Go here to grab the April issue of The
Dinosaur Files:

Go here to grab the April issue in PDF:


Or go here to grab the April issue in
Kindle format:


P.S. 2. My other books and courses -
including Dinosaur Training: Lost Secrets
of Strength and Development - are right


P.S. 3. Thought for the Day: "Study the great
champions of the past, and learn what they
did and how they trained." - Brooks Kubik