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Chest Expanders
Get Bursting Strength Fast!

Get Bursting Strength Fast!

Get Bursting strength Fast! — How about this awesome advertisement for a big batch of strength “stuff” from out of the back of a 1947 comic book? I mean, if you were a young lad interested in strength training, how could you turn the page without so much as...

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Earle E. Liederman

Earle E. Liederman

Earle E. Liederman began his career as a strongman on the vaudeville circuit and traveled the country performing feats of strength and acrobatics. Liederman eventually grew tired of the traveling life and settled down to write a series of books and training courses...

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Camille Pedeboscq

Camille Pedeboscq

Unfortunately, most of the details of Camille Pedeboscq’s career are lost in time, the old postcard that we have only indicates that he was the strand pulling champion of Europe and a likely guess for the time frame would be the early 1900’s. Just so it’s clear what...

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Fred Rollon

Fred Rollon

There's more to building super strength than just slingin' iron... The great German Strongman Fred Rollon, known as "The Human Anatomy Chart" developed his incredible condition primarily through training with chest expanders and rubber cables. Rollon was undefeated at...

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Tag:
Chest Expanders
Get Bursting Strength Fast!

Get Bursting Strength Fast!

Get Bursting strength Fast! — How about this awesome advertisement for a big batch of strength “stuff” from out of the back of a 1947 comic book? I mean, if you were a young lad interested in strength training, how could you turn the page without so much as...

read more
Earle E. Liederman

Earle E. Liederman

Earle E. Liederman began his career as a strongman on the vaudeville circuit and traveled the country performing feats of strength and acrobatics. Liederman eventually grew tired of the traveling life and settled down to write a series of books and training courses...

read more
Camille Pedeboscq

Camille Pedeboscq

Unfortunately, most of the details of Camille Pedeboscq’s career are lost in time, the old postcard that we have only indicates that he was the strand pulling champion of Europe and a likely guess for the time frame would be the early 1900’s. Just so it’s clear what...

read more
Fred Rollon

Fred Rollon

There's more to building super strength than just slingin' iron... The great German Strongman Fred Rollon, known as "The Human Anatomy Chart" developed his incredible condition primarily through training with chest expanders and rubber cables. Rollon was undefeated at...

read more