How the Strongest Man in the World Trains!

Hail to the Dinosaurs!

Dr. Ken Leistner has a great line that
goes something like this:

"The strongest man in the world trains
in a garage in Cleveland and no one
knows who he is."

That's not an exact quote, but it's
pretty close.

Now, you can argue that the strongest
man in the world is this year's top super-
heavyweight champion in weightlifting,
powerlifting or strongman comps -- or
the man who holds the all-time world
records in weightlifting, powerlifting or
strongman comps -- and therefore, "We
all know who he is and he doesn't live in

But that's missing the point.

I think Dr. Ken is telling us that there are
MANY really strong men (and women) all
around the world, who train very hard with
very heavy weights, and who may or may
not compete -- and we may very well not
have any idea who they are.

We also may have no idea how they train.

Consider this. There may be someone who
really does train in a garage in Cleveland,
and he may be pushing and pulling some
really heavy iron -- and he may be doing
something that's way different than what
the rest of us do -- and it might be his
secret to world class strength and power.

That's one of the reasons why I always
encourage feedback from Dinosaurs
around the world. Dinosaurs tend to be
pretty darn strong -- and many of them
do things in their workouts that are
MUCH different and MUCH more
effective than what most people do.
And those things are well-worth
knowing -- and well worth sharing.

I publish the monthly Dinosaur Files 
newsletter (really, it's a full-size, info
dense magazine) for the same reason.

It gives me the opportunity to share
real world training advice and
workout reports from Dinos
around the world.

So don't be shy. Send me an email and
let me know what you're doing. Tell me
what's been working for you -- and, just
as importantly, what has NOT worked for
you. This kind of information is solid gold
for your fellow Dinosaurs.

And that goes double if you train in a
garage in Cleveland and you're moving
some world class iron. We need to tell
Dr. Ken he was right!

As always, thanks for reading and have
a great day. If you train today, make it
a good one!

Yours in strength,

Brooks Kubik

P.S. Back issues of The Dinosaur Files
never go out of date. So if you missed
an issue the first time around, go ahead
and grab it now. For example, here are
the December 2015 and January 2016
issues from one year ago. The workouts,
training advice and tips from your
fellow Dinos are still worth their
weight in gold:

January 2016

December 2015

Our most recent issue is the Nov - Dec issue
from 2016. You can find it right here:

P.S. 2. My other books and courses are right
here at Dino Headquarters:

P.S. 3. Thought for the Day: "Never stop
learning, never stop lifting, never stop
growing." -- Brooks Kubik