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The Dino-Man Cometh
It was during the strife and tumult of the French Revolution that Scottish
historian Thomas Carlyle postulated his "Great Man Theory of History." It was
his view that "The history of the world is but the biography of great men."
One hundred and fifty six years later, the situation in the Iron Game was bleak...
Toughness and hard work had been nearly phased out by "miracle" supplements and
pharmaceutical help that "did the work for you." Most Gyms were no longer places
to get stronger, but places filled with "chrome and ferns" where it was more
important to "act" like you were working hard than to actually work hardů
One man had enough.
In 1996, strength training author Brooks Kubik decided to set pen to paper and
put out a small booklet outlining some of his training ideas and Old-School
methods. It was Brooks' original plan to stop at around 60-80 pages, photocopy
that monster and send it to the 20 people who he though would maybe be interested
in what he had to say.
Well the original manuscript grew and grew and with encouragement from some of
the top people in the strength world, Brooks titled his work Dinosaur Training
and unleashed it upon an unsuspecting world.
What happened next was truly astonishing...
It became the most influential training book of the modern Iron Game. At last.
hard work and heavy iron became commonplace again. Now Dinosaur Training comes