|John Grimek set American and World Records in the military press - making him not only the best built man of his era, but one of the strongest, as well.|
Hail to the Dinosaurs!
Back in the day, trainees had barbells,
dumbbells and kettlebells.
For many of them, that was all they
It was all that many gyms had, too.
And it was all that anybody needed.
The most popular exercises were
You stood on your feet and lifted
heavy stuff over your head.
It was simple, easy to learn, and it
built plenty of rugged strength from
head to toe.
It also built plenty of rugged muscle.
Consider this -- John Grimek was the
best developed man of his generation
in the entire world -- and he also was
a weightlifting champion who set an
official American record in the military
On two occasions he set a World Record
in the press -- but the record was not
submitted to the international lifting
authorities, so it never ended up in
the record books.
But still, he lifted the weight.
A WORLD RECORD weight.
That's the kind of strength and power
you build with old-school, stand-on-
The Dinosaur Military Press and Shoulder
Power Course teaches you how to train
like the old-time champions -- and how
to build plenty of real world, stand-on-
It's available in your choice of hard-copy,
PDF or Kindle e-book -- and it's one of
our most popular courses.
|Age 60, and training the power clean and push press at Dino Headquarters. Old-school,|
stand-on-your-feet training keeps you young and strong.
Go here to grab a copy -- and start building
some serious, stand-on-your-feet strength
Kindle e-book edition
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And yes, that's John Grimek on the cover --
because no one is a better example of old
school strength and muscle.
Yours in strength,
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