This is a special body of work. No other publication has ever focused so sharply on hardgainers, in such detail, with such care, and for so long.
Each volume of Bodybuilding Gold Mine contains about 65 articles. The articles provide you with the information, inspiration and motivation to transform your physique. The articles and volumes can be read in any order.
Bodybuilding Gold Mine is, however, unlike other bodybuilding publications. It is free of anything to do with the genetically gifted, drug-assisted physique champions, and has none of their photographs, routines, stories or contests. And it has no advertorials for food supplements, or any ads whatsoever, so it is free of any vested interest with the food supplement industry.
Instead, it has role models and success stories that really teach typical bodybuilders how to realize their own goals.
It is jam-packed with practical training instruction that really works. The authors who made the largest number of contributions are among the most experienced and knowledgeable men in the entire world of drug-free bodybuilding and strength training. Each of them has decades of real-world, face-to-face experience coaching trainees who have ordinary genetics yet want extraordinary achievements.
Furthermore, the number of real-world success stories in BODYBUILDING GOLD MINE is unparalleled in any other publication.
Apply what BODYBUILDING GOLD MINE teaches, and you may no longer consider yourself a hardgainer.
Bill Starr, the former strength and conditioning coach at Johns Hopkins University, USA, said this about Hardgainer magazine: Super magazine! One of the few training magazines that provides honest information for the average non-drug-using trainee.
Bill Starr contributed to BODYBUILDING GOLD MINE, as did John Christy, Dick Conner, Jan Dellinger, Brooks Kubik, Dr. Ken Leistner, Stuart McRobert, Chuck Miller, Mike Thompson, Bob Whelan, and many others.
About Volume 1 of BODYBUILDING GOLD MINE
The wealth of training information and instruction in Volume 1 includes these standout articles: a two-part article on body-part specialization, a two-part article on the history behind hard-gainer training methods, five installments of questions and answers with Dr. Ken Leistner, a two-part article on bodybuilding competition for hard gainers, a two-part article on a memorable visit to the USA by Mike Thompson, five rousing and motivating editorials by Stuart, the first part of one of the all-time best articles on the deadlift, a multiple-author debate on super-slow training, and many valuable contributions from readers with their real-life training experiences and lessons. And all of that is just a small part of the deluge of information and instruction in Volume 1 to teach you how to build bigger and stronger muscles, and a better physique.