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Traditional Training Legendary Strength: Book

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Traditional Training Legendary Strength, The New Book by Roger LaPointe
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Traditional Training Legendary Strength by Roger LaPointe

"Traditional Training

Legendary Strength"

The New Book

by Roger LaPointe

Make Traditional Strength Training Part of Your Routine!

Incorporate traditional strength training methods, like Indian club swinging, rope exercises, stone lifting, the Olympic lifts, obstacle course techniques and many other dynamic exercises into your routine. You will also learn about the strength training traditions of other cultures with fascinating facts, photos and illustrations.

You have never seen another book like this one. It is as unique as Atomic Athletic and our
President, Roger LaPointe.


Sample Photos & Illustrations : See Photo Options Above


Includes Roger's

18 Week Workout by Workout Program for

Adding Traditional Training Methods into

Your Arsenal.

Enjoy photos and illustrations that are new for this book, while many have not been seen for over 100 years!

103 Pages - Large Format
Paperback
92 Images: Classic & Modern Black and White Photos, Illustrations and Cartoons

Interviews

To schedule radio interviews, podcasts or other

media appearances with Roger LaPointe,

Please contact Atomic Athletic at

(419)352-5100.

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