THE DINOSAUR STRENGTH AND POWER COURSES
Dinosaur Strength and Power Course No. 1:
Doug Hepburn Arm Training Secrets
Doug Hepburn may have had the strongest upper arms of all time. They also were pretty darn big. In his prime, the 1953 World Weightlifting champion was one of the most massive muscular giants in the entire world.
They say he had to turn sideways to walk through a door which gives you some idea of exactly how big he was. And Hepburn’s arms were just as big as the rest of his physique. In the early and mid-1950’s, they may have been the largest muscular arms in the entire world and if they weren’t, they were close.
This is an excellent program for total-body strength and power, and for building Herculean muscle mass throughout your entire body. The program will strengthen your tendons and ligaments, and build bone mass throughout your body. This makes it an excellent program for lifelong strength and health. Strong and healthy tendons, ligaments and bones help you stay strong and healthy as you grow older. They improve your posture, and help you avoid injuries, including possible training injuries and possible slip and fall injuries.
Dinosaur Strength and Power Course No. 3:
Bodyweight training is fast, fun, and effective. And you don’t have to give up your weights forever. Try an all-bodyweight program for the next 12 weeks, and see what happens.
Here’s a simple program that will give you excellent results during the 12-week period when you specialize on bodyweight exercises.
Dinosaur Strength and Power Course No. 4:
So when John Grimek tells us about effective training for older Iron Slingers, we should pay attention to what he has to say. And that brings me to a very interesting article that Grimek wrote when he was in his early 70’s. It outlines what he believed was an ideal training program for an older man.
Dinosaur Strength and Power Course No. 5:
Dinosaur Strength and Power Course No. 6:
Dinosaur Strength and Power Course No. 7:
At age 62, after more than 50 years of strength training and conditioning workouts, I was looking for something new, different, challenging and effective. I also wanted a workout that I could do in a small home gym with a bare minimum of strength training equipment. Would this kind of “back to basics” home gym be enough for great workouts and excellent gains?
I wanted to find out.
This course consists of ten different home workout ideas which require little in the way of equipment, so just about anyone can do them without excuses.