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VIKING LAWS
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VIKING LAWS 1. BE BRAVE AND AGGRESSIVE • BE DIRECT • GRAB ALL OPPORTUNITIES • USE VARYING METHODS OF ATTACK • BE VERSATILE AND AGILE • ATTACK ONE TARGET AT A TIME • DON’T PLAN EVERYTHING IN DETAIL • USE TOP QUALITY WEAPONS 2. BE PREPAR
VIKING LAWS
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VIKING LAWS 1. BE BRAVE AND AGGRESSIVE • BE DIRECT • GRAB ALL OPPORTUNITIES • USE VARYING METHODS OF ATTACK • BE VERSATILE AND AGILE • ATTACK ONE TARGET AT A TIME • DON’T PLAN EVERYTHING IN DETAIL • USE TOP QUALITY WEAPONS 2. BE PREPAR
What Is Happening In Finland
Ari Moilanen

interesting informatioin from ari moilanen re volleyball and weightlifting in finland.
Crossfit Makes Cops Fit
Stephan Rochet

i had to put stephan's and lauren rochet's young son ethen in the article with his pix. this kid is going to great someday....awesome child!!! CrossFit Makes Cops Fit A few weeks ago, someone asked me h
Wake Forest
Mike Burgener

Wake Forest Presentation
Why You Should Olympic Lift
Jim Wendler

Why You Should Olympic Lift By Jim Wendler For www.EliteFTS.com -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Ever since I began lifting weights, the debate over Olympic lifts h
A Vietnam Experience!!!
Ron Jeziorski (an Old Nd Buddy Of Mine)

God must have put you in the Naval hospital in DaNang (Vietnam) for a reason, Ron, because I was really hurting and desperately needed someone to lift my spirit. Then, wham!! you showed up!? Paul McIntosh, Notre Dame cl
Motorcycle Diary
Mike Burgener

this is a day by day description of my motorcycle trip with cousin jim burgener and doug ito, the father of one of my very good lifters, colin ito. i will write as much as i can and then edit the article as i finish the trip and or get to a computer
Dan Johns Get Up Newsletter
Dan John

newsletter from dan johns site
Olympic Lifting Then And Now
Mike Karchut

Thoughts on Training Before and Now Back in the 60's when I began lifting, the steps were (as with most lifters of that period) first to perfect the lifting movements and second to build strength. The lifts themselves were not (with ex
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