How to Train for Lifelong Strength and Health

Hail to the Dinosaurs!

Sig Klein was one of the strongest and
best developed men in the entire world
back in the 20's, 30's and 40's.

How strong?

Get this -- he performed a letter-perfect
military press with 227 pounds -- while
weighing just 148 pounds. That's more
than 150 percent of his bodyweight.

Klein could perform dumbbell presses with
a pair of 100 pound dumbbells -- for sets
of 10 or more reps with each hand in the
see-saw press.

He also was a remarkable hand-balancer.
He could perform perfect handstand
push-ups while balancing on a piano
stool. Up and down he'd go, lowering
himself until his chest touched the
piano stool -- and then he'd push
himself back up again.

On one occasion, he had some helpers
strap a 75 pound dumbbell to his back --
and then lay face-down on the floor with
his hands at his sides -- and levered
himself up and into a perfect handstand.

Klein seemed to be ageless. He had photos
taken at age 40, standing in a pose that
matched a photo taken when he was in
his 20's. He looked almost exactly the

He did the same at age 50 -- and at age

He maintained the same bodyweight
and the same measurements from
his 20s to his 70's.

And he lived a long and healthy life,
active and alert and strong right up
until the end. He passed away in 1986,
at the ripe old age of 84.

Klein followed the rules of healthy living,
watched what he ate, and kept his weight
under control.

And he exercised.

He trained with weights three times a
week for 60 to 90 minutes. Just like
clockwork. He never missed a workout.

Interestingly, he never did cardio
training. The weight work was all
he needed.

And although he trained hard, he never
trained "over the top." He finished his
workouts feeling strong and refreshed.

If you're looking for the key to lifelong
strength and health, look no further.

Follow Sig Klein's example.

Eat smart, watch your weight, and keep
on training!

Yours in strength,

Brooks Kubik

P.S. As an older trainee, I know the struggles
that older trainees face. And I've done several
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P.S. 2. Thought for the Day: "The time to
start training is right now -- and the goal
is to keep on training for the rest of your
life." -- Brooks Kubik