Who Else Wants the Power
to Lift 370lbs. Overhead
with One Hand?
Discover the Training Secrets of The Iron Master
Arthur Saxon, whose Records still stand to this Day!
This is Old School Strength
Do you think modeling someone who could lift 370 lbs. overhead with one hand would be a worth person to model for strength? I do.
And while you may never break any of Saxon’s records you can still become RIDICULOUSLY STRONG
You’re one of the lucky one’s because you’re about to experience the power of the Arthur Saxon Power Pack.
No fancy talk, just hardcore training information that you can take to pack muscles on your bones (hell, you can even make your bones stronger!). You’ll discover the mental tactics, training methods, and exercises to become as strong as you want to become.
Here’s just some of what’s in this course.
Arthur Saxon wrote two books, The Development of Physical Power & Text Book of Weight Lifting
Special Bonus - The Saxon Method of Practicing Strength to Play with Heavy Barbells
This bonus dives into some of the most important and actionable concepts from everything covered about Saxon's training distilled down to just 12 pages.
Special Bonus - The Ultimate Strongman Blueprint Hermann Görner
Arthur Saxon admitted that this man, Hermann Goerner, was stronger than himself.
Goerner lived from 1981 to 1956 and performed with Pagel’s Circus in South Africa, where one of his stunts was to wrestle with an elephant. At the beginning of the tour the elephant weighed in at 700lbs. but by the end was over 1,500lbs. How’s that for progressive strength training?
Although phenomenal with the more normal lifts, Goerner was a circus performer and thus did things that are rarely seen now. One of his challenge feats was a stiff-arm, one-hand snatch of 169.75lbs. This is amazing enough and far beyond the abilities of most people, but it was made all the more incredible when you realize it was done on a barbell with a 2 3/8ths-inch shaft!
Another of Goerner’s challenges involved snatching a barbell with the arms crossed. If you’ve never tried this just go ahead and do it with an empty barbell and you’ll see how awkward it is. He did this cross-arm snatch with 231.5lbs.
Goerner’s kettlebell juggling feats are the heaviest in recorded history. For example, he did a triple flip with a 50kg bell.
He also deadlifted 793lbs. and this was back in 1920 before the deadlift was popular and it was a lift that Goerner rarely trained in the regular manner. What may be even more amazing is his right hand-only deadlift of 727lbs.
What is important is HOW this man trained to achieve these phenomenal levels of strength.
I’ll give you a hint. It was NOT about hard work...
This special report dives into the training methods of Goerner the Mighty.
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