50 OLD-SCHOOL
WORKOUTS!
Brooks Kubik’s NEW Book “Chalk and Sweat” gives you 50 Old-School workouts guaranteed to make you stronger than a T-Rex!
“Where can I find some good workouts?”

…That’s the question that shows up in my inbox several times a day around here — EVERYBODY is looking for new workouts to try, and Brooks Kubik, the Dino-Man himself, has answered the call.

His latest book is entitled “Chalk and Sweat” (which sums up his training style pretty well, btw) and in it, Brooks covers a variety of workouts for lifters of all levels and using many different kinds of equipment.

Looking for an workout using just a barbell?

…See page 15

How about a beginner’s sandbag training program?

…Check out pages 26-27

An effective Bodyweight training approach?

…Page 47 has a great one

How to perform breathing squats correctly?

…Flip to pages 85, 88 and 89

These workouts are only the tip of the iceberg, there are FIFTY workouts in all (you’ll find a listing of them below.) Any time you need a good one, just flip to the page which uses the equipment you have available and have at it. You can also mix and match as needed with barbells, dumbbells, sandbags, odd objects, bodyweight training and Olympic weightlifting movements. With this book in your library, you’ll have NO EXCUSE for not getting results.

TRAINING PROGRAMS
FOR BEGINNERS
We kick things off with ten different strength and muscle-building programs for beginners – and important advice about how to use them to get started the RIGHT WAY!

Program No. 1: An All-Barbell Program for Beginners

Program No. 2: Another All-Barbell Training Program for Beginners

Program No. 3: An All-Dumbbell Training Program for Beginners

Program No. 4: A Barbell and Dumbbell Program for Beginners

Program No. 5: Barbell, Dumbbell, and Bodyweight Training for Beginners

Program No. 6: More Barbell, Dumbbell
and Bodyweight Training for Beginners

Program No. 7: An All-Bodyweight Training Program for Beginners

Program No. 8: Sandbag Training for Beginners

Program No. 9: Sandbag and Bodyweight Training for Beginners

Program No. 10: Barbell, Dumbbell, Sandbag and Bodyweight Training for Beginners

TRAINING PROGRAMS FOR
ADVANCED LIFTERS
Now we’re getting into some Critical instruction for advanced lifters — real world stuff that really works — the things you’re not going to read anywhere else — solid gold for men who want to move from STRONG to SUPER STRONG!

Program No. 21: An All Barbell
Training Program for Advanced Lifters

Program No. 22: Barbell and Dumbbell Training for Advanced Lifters

Program No. 23: Olympic Weightlifting for Advanced Trainees

Program No. 24: A Divided Workout, Olympic Weightlifting Program for Advanced Lifters

Program No. 25: Olympic Weightlifting Program for Advanced Trainees #2

Program No. 26: An All Bodyweight Program for Advanced Trainees

Program No. 27: Barbell, Dumbbell, Bodyweight and Sandbag Training for Advanced Lifters

Program No. 28: Barbell and Bodyweight Training for Advanced Lifters

Program No. 29: The Triple Power Program

Program No. 30: Heavy Iron for Advanced Lifters

TRAINING PROGRAMS
FOR INTERMEDIATES
In this section, we cover special advice for intermediate trainees – and how to maximize your gains in strength and muscular size once you are beyond the beginner stage:

Program No. 11: A Barbell Only Program for Intermediates

Program No. 12: A Barbell and Dumbbell Program for intermediates

Program No. 13: Heavy and Light Training for Intermediates

Program No. 14: Repetition Weightlifting for Intermediates

Program No. 15: Another Repetition Weightlifting Program for Intermediates

Program No. 16: Divided Program w/Repetition Weightlifting and Barbell & Dumbbell Training

Program No. 17: Divided Program w/Barbell, Dumbbell & Bodyweight Training for Intermediates

Program No. 18: An All-Bodyweight Training Program for Intermediates

Program No. 19: Barbell, Dumbbell, Bodyweight, Sandbag and Barrel Training for Intermediates

Program No. 20: An All-Dumbbell Training Program for Intermediates

LEG TRAINING
SPECIALIZATION PROGRAMS
There are two keys to building maximum muscle mass and maximum strength and power. One of them is specialized leg training — and the other is specialized back training. In this section and the next, you’ll find TEN of each:

Program No. 31: The Breathing Squat Program

Program no. 32: Another Breathing Squat Program

Program No. 33: A Third Breathing Squat Program

Program no. 34: Bradley J. Steiner Leg Specialization

Program No. 35: Another Example of Steiner Leg Specialization

Program No. 36: John Grimek’s Squatting Program

Program No. 37: Leg Specialization for Olympic Lifters

Program No. 38: Another Leg Specialization for Olympic Lifters

Program No. 39: A Bottom Position Squat Program

Program No. 40: Nothing But Squats

BACK TRAINING
SPECIALIZATION PROGRAMS
Combine heavy Dinosaur style back training with your leg specialization programs and produce the ultimate in strength, muscle and power. Ever feel like making a gorilla feel puny? Here’s how to do it!

Program No. 41: No Frills Back Specialization

Program No. 42: More No Frills Back Specialization

Program No. 43: No Frills Back Specialization with Heavy Awkward Objects Added

Program No. 44: Backyard Back Blasting with Barbells and Heavy Awkward Objects

Program No. 45: Olympic Lifting for Back Specialization

Program No. 46: The Trap Builder

Program No. 47: A Six Day Per Week Back Specialization Program

Program No. 48: The Massifier

Program No. 49: The Harold Ansorge Special

Program No. 50: The Backyard Barbell and Heavy Stuff Back Blaster

Chalk and Sweat by Brooks Kubik is a 6-inch x 9-inch trade paperback, 131 pages long and published in the year 2010. Other than the rare picture of John Davis lifting the Apollon Wheels which graces the cover, there are no other images. Chalk and Sweat contains all of the programs and workouts listed here, each with additional notes, coaching points and guidelines on performance. Copies are in stock and ready for immediate world-wide shipment!

Order now!Chalk and Sweat by Brooks Kubik
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