Build Your Strength to Build Your Health!

On May 14, 2013 by Physical Culturist

Written by Brooks Kubik, Dinosaur Training Blog

“In the old days, there was no difference between training for strength and training for health… Back then, the leaders in the Iron Game wanted you to train for both. Train for strength — and train for health… And they believed that barbell training was as effective for building health as it was for building strength… It was so effective that Bob Hoffman, the editor and publisher of Strength and Health, referred to barbells as IRON PILLS.”

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Build Your Strength to Build Your Health! by Brooks Kubik Dinosaur Training Blog

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