When Strength and Power Comes in Handy

Train so you can handle anything life throws at you. Did you know that World and Olympic champion John Davis (pictured here) once saved a co-worker's life after he got pinned under a heavy truck at a garage? Davis was able to lift the truck just enough so they could pull the man to safety.

Hail to the Dinosaurs!

I got an email from one of our
longtime Dinos last night.

He lives in Northern Kentucky,
and they got hammered by
some serious wind and rain
the other day.

There were trees down all over
the place - including two down
right across the road he was
driving home on.

And no one knew what to do.

No one other than our Dino.

He parked his car, got out, and
walked over to the trees.

And one by one, he dragged and
pushed them out of the road.

All by himself.

No one helped him.

He mentioned that he doesn't
train for ripped to the bone,
super cuts so people will call

Nor is interested in abs and
a tan.

He's interested in performance.


Being able to do things.

So he trains for strength and

And yesterday, it paid off.

That's how all Dinos so it.

We train for strength and

And sooner or later, it always
comes in handy.

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. Our Dino also mentioned
that he's a big fan of the
strength and power programs
in my Doug Hepburn training

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P.S. 3. Thought for the Day:
"Strength and power always
comes in handy sooner or
later." - Brooks Kubik

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