How to Train Like a Champion

Hail to the Dinosaurs!

Things are hopping faster than 37 jackalopes
today - so let's get right into the important

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3. How to Train Like a Champion

And now, let's talk training -- as in,
real world, championship training.

Back in 1952, a young man named Tom
was working as a cook in the army. He
was based in California and was slated
to be sent to Korea.

He thought he would probably die in Korea,
because this was during the Korean War,
and the North Koreans were using US
Army cooks for target practice.

They figured that they'd demoralize the
Americans by shooting all their cooks.

So Tom practiced his cooking -- and his
shooting. By then, all the cooks in the
army were carrying rifles while they did
their cooking.

But he also practiced something else.


And he was pretty darn good at it.

Good enough to win the USA National
championships and qualify for the 1952
Olympic Games in Helsinki.

So instead of going to Korea, Tom went
to the Olympics -- where he won a gold

Yes, I'm talking about Tommy Kono -- one
of the greatest weightlifters of all time.

But here's the important thing.

Tommy Kono had very limited time for
training. The Army didn't let him train
all day. He had to do his regular Army
job and Army PT and everything else a
soldier does.

So he developed something he called
Quality Training.

He trained just 3 or 4 times a week for no
more than 90 minutes per workout.

But he made every minute count.

He focused on squats, front squats, military
presses, squat cleans, squat snatches and

He didn't do anything else because he didn't
have time to do anything else. He focused on
the important stuff -- and he trained it very,
very hard.

He coupled that with unshakable, iron
determination to be the best in the world.

And when he trained, he trained with zen-like
powers of concentration.

And it worked. He ended up winning six World
Championships, three Pan-American titles,
two Olympic gold medals and an Olympic
silver medal.

He set official World records in four different
weight classes: 148, 165, 181 and 198.

Tommy Kono proved that Quality Training

You can do the very same thing. Follow the
abbreviated and ultra-abbreviated training
programs in my books and courses -- train
with focus and passion -- and the results will
astonish you.

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. Dinosaur Training Secrets, Vol. 1, gives you
some terrific abbreviated and ultra-abbreviated
workouts -- and tons of other great tips about
championship training:

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P.S. 3. Thought for the Day: "When you train,
like a champion." -- Brooks Kubik