When you’re talking about the greatest bodybuilders who
ever lived, Reg Park is right at the top of everyone’s list.
Reg won the Mr. Universe contest three times (nearly a
4th) but his muscles weren’t just for show – with a
behind-the-neck press of 300 pounds and a squat of
over 600 pounds, Reg was not just one of the strongest
bodybuilders of all time but one of the strongest men
of all time too!
You would think that Reg would have
some “top secret” training methods
that helped him build such
incredible size and strength…
Actually: Reg built his
strength with nothing
more than a handful of
basic exercises and a
lot of hard work.
Still, it’s always
a good thing to
have a look at
how a Champion
What exercises does
he like to use?
…or not use?
…how many sets?
…how often does he train?
…what about the “mental” side of training?
Fortunately for us, Reg Park has, in fact, answered all these questions (and many more) in writing… Now you can learn directly from the man himself through a training course which Reg wrote way back in 1960 and which is now available in high-quality modern reprint format:
Weight Lifters & Body Builders
Classification of Body Types
Conflicting principles of Training
The Basic Principles of Weight-Training
The Principles and Degrees of Strength
and Bulk Training
Strength Training for Body Bulk and
Strength and Bulk Training Exercises
Increase Strength Essential for Learning Advanced Techniques
Varying Strength and Bulk Training Routines
(1.) First Strength and Bulk Course
(b.) Developing a Positive Attitude
(c.) Poundage Increase
(2.) Second Strength and Bulk Course for Weight Lifters, Second Strength and Bulk Course for Body Builders
(3.) Third Strength and Bulk Course for Weight Lifters, Third Strength and Bulk Course for Body Builders
Recording Training Sessions … Rest … Food … Sticking Points … Regularity of Training … Limit Poundages … Single Attempts … Mental Horizons … Boredom … Injuries and Stress … Layoffs…
A List of Strength Trainers
Strength Training for Athletes
This basic, no-nonsense training guide cuts through all the fluff and gives you only the essentials for getting results. Strength & Bulk Training for Weight Lifters and Body Builders was originally published in 1960. The modern reprint edition is faithful to the original, is 8-1/2″ x 11″ in size, 30 pages long and contains some pictures.