Molding A Mighty Grip

Molding A Mighty Grip

Jowett Institute | 1930 | ISBN: N/A | English | 33 Pages | PDF | 1.53 MB

The story of George F. Jowett is most inspiring to all who are seeking great strength and a powerfully developed body. As a boy he was badly injured and physicians declared he would never live to see the age of fifteen. What the physicians overlooked was the consuming flame of desire which burned within the weak, undersized body. He overcame his physical problems and rose to be one of the world's strongest and best built athletes.
In Molding A Mighty Grip you'll learn what you must do in order to build sizeable forearms as well as hands capable of crazy feats of strength.


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