Train for Strength, Eat for Health!

Hail to the Dinosaurs!

One very important note, and then we'll talk
about strength and health.

1. The Dino Files - on Kindle!

We just released the Kindle edition of the
Nov-Dec issue of The Dinosaur Files. I know
that many of you have been waiting for the
Kindle edition - so wait no longer, and grab
the little monster right now:

Nov - Dec Dino Files on Kindle

If you prefer PDF, go here to grab
the PDF edition:

Nov - Dec Dino Files in PDF

2. Train for Strength, Eat for Health

Did you know that the first 18 winners of
the AAU Mr. America title were some of
the healthiest men who ever lived?

Yes, I said healthiest.

Not just strongest, best developed, and
most muscular.


And their longevity proves it.

The first 18 winners of the Mr. America
contest included 8 men who lived into
their 80's.

The average age at death for all 18 men
was 82.6 years.

And by all accounts, these men were strong,
active, vigorous and fit even at an advanced
age. And that didn't happen by accident. It
was the direct result of how they lived. These
men always took good care of themselves.

They exercised, watched what they ate,
and kept their weight under control.

They followed what Bob Hoffman called the
"Strength and Health Lifestyle."

They didn't smoke.

They either didn't drink, or didn't drink to

They exercised -- primarily or exclusively
with weight training workouts.

They followed a simple, healthy diet based on
plenty of home-cooked meals featuring foods
that were high in protein, vitamins and

Their daily diet included meat, fish, eggs,
butter, milk or cheese if desired, fresh
vegetables, and fresh fruit.

They didn't eat sweets.

They didn't guzzle milk like it was going out
of style, didn't drink foul-tasting blender
bombers and protein shakes, and didn't
follow fad diets, crash diets, or the 20,000
calorie a day thing that so many people do

Some of them never used any protein powder
or other supplements during their competitive
years -- and some of them never used the
stuff or used it only rarely. They certainly
never tried to live on supplements, as so
many trainees do today.

They ate simple foods, simply prepared, and
they always enjoyed their meals.

They trained for strength and ate for health --
and it worked!

When they were younger men, people called
them "health nuts."

When they were older, people called them
"good examples."

We can learn much from them.

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

Yours in strength,

Brooks Kubik

P.S. I cover healthy eating, diet and nutrition
in Knife, Fork, Muscle. Go here to grab it:

We're also releasing Knife, Fork, Muscle on
Kindle in a series of shorter books. Same
content, just broken into shorter books. You
can find the links for the first 3 volumes in
the series under the section for Kindle books
and courses on the products page at my

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

P.S. 3. Thought for the Day: "Heavy iron
healthy eating are hard to beat."
-- Brooks Kubik