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Reg Park built an amazing physique - and tremendous strength and power - with old-school, Dino style training.
Hail to the Dinosaurs!

Last week, I sent a number of what I thought
were good, interesting, informative, inspiring
and useful e-mails.

They all focused on old-school training and
old-school thinking.

Hard work, heavy iron, progressive training
on the basic exercises, persistence, dedication
and determination.

And in response,  we had several readers
unsubscribe from our email list.

Yep, they unsubscribed.

Got up, walked out, let the door slam behind
them, and kept on walking.

They decided they didn't want to hear about
old-school strength training and muscle building
any more.

And that's a shame.

The sad thing was, they were all YOUNGER

Last week's emails were aimed at younger Dinos --
to encourage them to give sane, sensible, real
world training a try -- and to push themselves
to make the most of their training in their teens
and twenties, rather than wasting those years on
high volume boobybuilding routines, "bombing,
blasting and blitzing," and similar silliness.

And I even gave some examples of old-school
champions who trained the right way from day
one -- and made great gains in strength and
muscle very rapidly.

I THOUGHT it would be an encouraging message
for the younger Dinos -- but apparently, some of
them didn't want to hear it. Perhaps it even made
them a little mad.

I think part of the reason for that is that so many
younger trainees have grown up hearing nothing
but bad advice -- and they've never been exposed
to the kind of training that really works.

They've only learned about the silly stuff.

So when I share stories about old-timers like John
Grimek or Steve Stanko making great gains in their
first couple of years of training, the younger readers
just don't believe it.

That's a shame, because it keeps them from trying
the kind of programs that will give them really good
results -- and it keeps them hooked on the kind of
programs that don't deliver.

So let me say this to everyone out there who's
still doing the conventional workouts and not
getting very much in the way of results.

Give Dinosaur Training a try.

Don't sit there and scratch your head and wonder if
old-school training works.

Test it.

Start in on an abbreviated training program, use the
exercises, sets and reps that I teach in my books and
courses, follow the diet and nutrition advice in Knife,
Fork, Muscle
-- and see what happens.

Give it an honest try. Work hard. Make it a 3 month
or a 6 month commitment. Don't just try it for a week
and then jump to something else. You need to stick
to a training program long enough to make some
strength and muscle stick to you.

If it doesn't work, you can always go back to whatever
you were doing.

But if it DOES work -- if you discover that LESS training
(but doing it the RIGHT way) gives you much MORE in
the way of results -- then you have learned something
very important -- and very valuable.

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.If you're new to Dinosaur Training, start with
the book that started it all - Dinosaur Training:

Lost Secrets of Strength and Development:


P.S. 2. You can grab Knife, Fork, Muscle and all of
my other books and courses right here at Dino


P.S. 3. Thought for the Day:

"Don't sit there and wonder if old-school
training works. Try it and see for yourself!"

-- Brooks Kubik


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