Steve Pulcinella's Iron Sport Strength Method [Kindle Edition]

Great read.


Just noticed that there's now a kindle version of Steve Pulcinella's wonderful Iron Sport Strength Method. If you've never checked this one out, you're in for a treat. It's a great read.

The book is a summary of the insights Steve has gleaned from 30 years of training, and is an incredible blend of bodybuilding/powerlifting/strongman/highland games training approaches.

Steve Pulcinella's Iron Sport Strength Method.



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