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Garage Gym Journal: Monthly Subscription

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Garage Gym Journal by Roger LaPointe: Monthly Subscription
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  • Garage Gym Journal by Roger LaPointe
  • Special Offer: Framed "3 York Lifters Circa 1933"

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You train like a classic strongman. You are doing full body lifts. Benches and curls are no longer enough for you. Then the impossible happens, that great gym around the corner closes down...
and...
You no longer have a place to train!

I have been in the business of strength training for over 20 years. Every bit of it has been in the serious strength world. When it comes to losing a training hall, I have heard every story you can imagine. I have experienced it myself. You lift long enough, you will want to train at home. Our new MONTHLY Zine, the Garage Gym Journal, is based off our most popular publication, the Garage Gym Guide.

As long as there have been real lifters, there have been home gyms. I have seen every imaginable set-up and combination. From the highly effective completely cheap skate home made gym to quarter million dollar pole barns. I have seen it all. The Garage Gym Journal is exactly what Atomic Athletic customers have been craving. Roger and his guest writers will help you avoid a lot of wasted time, money and space.

"This is real training information without all the glossy magazine fluff.  Sorry guys.  There won't be any bikini model girls posing with a barbell and bumper plates.  Personally, I'd rather read about how an Okinawan farmer his samurai squashing grip strength 200 years ago or the way a US Marine rehabbed his blown out knee.  Strength training isn't a staged reality TV show with popularity determined by TWEETS and LIKEs.  Real strength training is results based hard work.  I hope you enjoy this new publication."  Roger LaPointe

Oh yeah, we have also thrown in a ton of sample workouts, together with a unique COUPON with every issue. This content is unavailable anywhere else.

Subscribers also get:
Additional WEEKLY On-Line Newsletter
You also get an e-mail EXTRA Once a Week!
This is NOT part of the regular BLOG or the FREE Atomic Athletic Bomb Proof Bulletin

CURRENT ISSUE
Vol. 1, Issue 7
The PUSH Issue
Using the Murray Cross For Split Lifts By David Webster & Roger LaPointe
The Bench Press for Real Masters by Carmen Caputo
Norbert Schemanski's Push Rehab Training Solution
Raw Milk by Alton Eliason
Barbells & Beer Halls
Building the Garage Gym: Part 7



SPECIAL
Sign - Up BONUS

Full Year Subscribers get this FRAMED Photograph.
 The frame is an antique in black lacquer.  The photo is estimated to have been taken in 1936, in Bob Hoffman's back yard.  Note where the grass is worn away.  The York Barbell lifters had regular Saturday workouts in that spot, when the weather was good.
3 York Lifters: Including Bob Hoffman and Tony Terlazzo
Black & White Photo Reprint from Roger LaPointe's personal Collection: "3 York Lifters" 

(Bob Hoffman - Bent Pressing, Unknown, Tony Terlazzo - Wide Grip Deadlift)

(We now believe the middle lifter to be Art Levan!)

Total Framed Size: 8" x 6"
Dedicated to those of us who have been thrown out of the modern machine palaces that some people call gyms.
"I read each issue cover to cover. Then I pick out the pearls...and start my next workout excited." Chad M., Ann Arbor, MI

"Thanks for the newsletter. It was fun and intelligent. Something to read more than once!", Bill Shaffer, Findley, OH


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