Want big arms? Need to bulk up or trim down? Want to combine lifting and running? It's all here in the complete anthology of John McCallum's classic series, 'Keys to Progress,' from Strength and Health magazine in the 1960s. Informative, entertaining, and invaluable--and packed with routines for training from head to toes.
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About the Author
John McCallum was more that just the best bodybuilding writer of all time, he shaped an entire generation of would be muscle men with his unparalleled ability to simultaneously entertain, inspire and inform. John began as a 6'1' 140-lb. self-described bag of bones and built himself up to a peak of 300 lb. He was as strong as he looked and had a widespread set of interests and accomplishments: he was a fireman and a scuba diver as well as an avid opera fan, an expert labor-relations negotiator, an idolized teacher, and a Trekkie of the highest order; he also played folk guitar. When you read John's articles, not only will you learn how to become big and strong from head to toe and how to improve your health in the process, they will also make you laugh and give you a sense of social history and personal values.
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