Issue #22




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Available in photocopy format only.



Editorial—Stuart McRobert
Them and us

Asking Dr. Ken—Dr. Ken E. Leistner
Author’s personal training in the 1970s, Dick Conner, home training

High-Intensity Confusion—Christian N. Temple
The problems arising from the commercializing of high-intensity training

Sensible Training for Advanced Lifters, Part 2—Brooks D. Kubik

A Personal Success Story—Mike Brewer

Shrug Variations—Paul Kelso
Lat shrug, bench shrug, Hise shrug, a training program

The Real Thing, Chapter XI—Mike Thompson
Fictionalized training instruction

Come on Guys!—Stuart McRobert
Great deadlifters—Roy Mason and Bob Peoples

If Only . . . —Stuart McRobert
Twenty-two “if onlys” that would put right most of what’s wrong in the training world

The One-Hand Push—Tony Rose

Not Losing Touch—Stuart McRobert
Summary of what effective training is all about

In Reply—Mike Thompson
Response to Dr. Ken’s comments in issue #21

Stand Tall—Dwayne Hines II

Siegmund Klein—David Chapman

Chiropractic Viewpoint—Dr. R. Keith Hartman
Torn tendon, knee pain, state of mind, maturity and reason

Forum—edited by Stuart McRobert
A three-year odyssey, Jan Dellinger’s deadlifting, Fred Howell’s training