The "Have Fun!" Rule

Having fun with a 302 pound push press back in the original Dino Dungeon. Twenty years have passed, and I'm still having fun when I train.

Hail to the Dinosaurs!

One of the most important rules of
lifelong strength and health is to do
some form of progressive strength
training on a regular and consistent

The exact type of strength training
that you choose to do is not as
important as DOING it.

In other words, don't agonize over
what kind of training is best -- and
don't argue about it in Internet
forums or on FB or Twitter or

Just find something that you like
to do -- and that requires progressive
hard work on a regular basis -- and
then do it.

Me, I like Olympic lifting.

At age 60, regular strength training is more important than ever - and more fun than ever.

Does that mean YOU have to do
Olympic lifting?

Heck, no.

There are tons of different things
you can do.


Strongman training.

Power rack training.

5 x 5.

Having fun with Dinosaur Bodyweight Training.

Singles, doubles, or triples.
Partial push presses in the power rack - with 440 pounds of iron. That was fun!




Old-school bodybuilding.

Total body workouts 3x per week.

The York courses.

Breathing squats.

Heavy partials.

Dumbbell training.

John Grimek liked doing alternate dumbbell presses. He used them in his training programs for over 50 years.

Kettlebell training.

Bodyweight training.


Specialization programs.

Grip work.

John Wood's Bone Strength program.

Trap Bar specialization.

Dino-style lugging and loading drills.

And endless combinations of the above.

I cover tons of fun and effective exercises and workouts in Dinosaur Training Secrets, Vol. 1, 2 and 3.

Heck, you can go out in the woods and
run up and down trails and lift, throw or
carry logs and rocks while the bears sit
and watch you in amazement.

Maybe one of the bears will even film
you and throw it up on the U-Tube.

The point is, it's all good. It all works.

And it all keeps you strong and fit and

So find something you like to do --
and DO IT!

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.There are tons of fun exercises and
fun workouts in these little monsters:

Dinosaur Dumbbell Training

Dinosaur Bodyweight Training

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

Hard-copy and PDF


P.S. 3. Thought for the Day: "Always
have fun -- and always keep on
-- Brooks Kubik

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