Strength and Power in 100 Words or Less - No. 2

Hail to the Dinosaurs!

So here's a question.

Guy named Steve Stanko could clean and
press 310 pounds back in 1940.

He weighed 225 pounds -- and it was solid

He gained something like 70 or 80 pounds
of muscle in his first two years of training.

All he had were barbells and dumbbells.

No drugs.

No roidskies.

Not even any supplements.

Just iron.

So tell me -- exactly why does everyone say that
modern training methods are so much better?

Or that you need roidskies.

Or all those goofy super supplements?

Pre-workout this and post-workout that?

All Steve Stanko needed was iron.

Yours in strength,

Brooks Kubik

P.S. Here's someone else who did pretty darn
good training old-school style:

P.S. 2. And here's someone else who did pretty
darn good with old school training:

Hard-copy course:

Kindle e-book:

P.S. 3. Thought for the Day: "If old-school works, then
why bother with anything else?" -- Brooks Kubik