I have a unique set of experiences and qualifications that give me a unique perspective on bodybuilding and related topics.
I started training in a gym at age 15, in 1973 or ’74, and I’m still training hard today at age 61. I had my first article published in 1981, in Iron Man magazine, and since then have had around 1,000 articles published in print magazines. In addition, I published and edited HARDGAINER magazine for 15 years, and I’ve written several acclaimed books. I’ve earned a reputation for providing thorough, honest, practical and highly effective instruction for drug-free trainees with average genetics for bodybuilding. And I’m independent of the food-supplement and training-equipment industries. I’ve also written a book on psychological matters related to bodybuilding, and mental health in general. Furthermore, I have a degree in education and training in soft-tissue therapy.
No. The opposite happened! Now that my mental health is much improved, my physical health has also improved. I enjoy my training even more now than I used to before, and I may also be getting even more benefits from my workouts now.
There are 89 issues of HARDGAINER magazine, with a total of over 1,100 articles. HARDGAINER is free of mainstream hokum, but crammed with practical advice, and wisdom, to show you what really works for drug-free bodybuilders and strength trainees with normal genetics and busy lives. There’s no other magazine, past or present, like HARDGAINER. See here for testimonials.
Only from this website.
Only 10 of its 89 issues are currently available digitally, in the form of the first two volumes of BODYBUILDING GOLD MINE. Each volume has five issues of HARDGAINER. Volume 1 contains issues 31 through 35, and Volume 2 contains issues 36 through 40.
The volumes of BODYBUILDING GOLD MINE—the digital issues of HARDGAINER—are available from amazon.com.
THE MUSCLE AND MIGHT TRAINING TRACKER is available only from this website—see BOOKS and SHOP. All of my other books are available from amazon.com and some other online outlets.
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