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Your Time Will Come: Jack Yerman and His Incredible Journey to the 1960 Olympics By Bruce Hamilton Yerman
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Jack Yerman's incredible journey to the 1960 Olympics and his gold medal victory is a story of personal triumph intertwined with significant events of the Twentieth Century. This is the inspiring... More > story of a boy who overcomes adversity to become a world class athlete, who is a true champion in character and on the track. Some may read this book and question, "How could so much happen to one person?" Be assured - these stories are true.< Less
Your Time Will Come: Jack Yerman and His Incredible Journey to the 1960 Olympics By Bruce Hamilton Yerman
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Jack Yerman's incredible journey to the 1960 Olympics and his gold medal victory is a story of personal triumph intertwined with significant events of the Twentieth Century. This is the inspiring... More > story of a boy who overcomes adversity to become a world class athlete, who is a true champion in character and on the track. Some may read this book and question, "How could so much happen to one person?" Be assured - these stories are true.< Less
Your Time Will Come: Jack Yerman and His Incredible Journey to the 1960 Olympics By Bruce Hamilton Yerman
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Jack Yerman's incredible journey to the 1960 Olympics and his gold medal victory is a story of personal triumph intertwined with significant events of the Twentieth Century. This is the inspiring... More > story of a boy who overcomes adversity to become a world class athlete, who is a true champion in character and on the track. Some may read this book and question, "How could so much happen to one person?" Be assured - these stories are true.< Less
Great Footballers Series: Ferenc Puskas By Students’ Academy
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Ferenc Puskas was a very famous Hungarian footballer and team manager. He scored 84 goals in 85 international matches for Hungary, and 514 goals in 529 matches in the Hungarian and Spanish... More > leagues. He became Olympic champion in 1952 and was a World Cup finalist in 1954. He won three European Cups (1959, 1960, 1966), 10 national championships (5 Hungarian & 5 Spanish Primera División) and 8 top individual scoring honors.< Less
Hippies, Vandals and an Alien called Pete By Chris Ormondroyd
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Stephen Elliot’s days as a youngster in ‘Windhill Tales’ give way to the late 1960’s, early 70’s as he leaves home to share a house with friends in Baildon. Independence... More > transforms his life into a series of bold ventures. In an era where music was king, Stephen and his colourful friends set up venues for folk, blues and rock music at a time when their parents are still besotted by crooners. There are visits to festivals; parties and exploits that shun the straightjacket of their childhood. Camping trips to the Yorkshire Dales, an alternative Olympic games in which beer features highly, discovering what witches do at Samhain all provide variety. It’s a rite of passage that rocks and rolls with the times. Then, there’s the strange meeting with Pete, the alien, on Baildon Moor, and behind the scenes the vandals plot a grey revolution.< Less
Women On Weights By A. S.
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Follow The Hottest Trend In Women's Training & Achieve Your Dream Physique! Read On To Discover How To Incorporate Weights & Strength Training Into Your Exercise Program To Attain Your Best... More > Physique In As Little Time As Possible... Six day a week aerobics classes followed by marathon cardio. Complicated split training programs, twice a day training, Olympic lifts, CrossFit Training. I've had the pleasure (and sometimes the misfortune) of trying them all in my quest for the perfect workout plan to build a lean and strong physique. What if I told you against tradition and what may seem like common sense, that the best way to get that lean and strong physique fast is to actually train with weights performing strength exercises and compound movements? That this method has been developed and followed since the late 1960's, but only just recently has taken the world of women's training by storm? That the results when followed heroically are mind blowing?< Less
Mass Muscle Building In Minutes By Sven Hyltén-Cavallius
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Looking To Pack On Muscle Quickly? Exposed! Build Shirt Busting Muscle Like You Never Thought Possible In Mere Minutes! Discover how you too can build mass muscle in only minutes Six day a week gym... More > sessions lifting weights lasting nearly two hours followed by marathon cardio. Complicated split training programs, twice a day training, Olympic lifts, German Volume Training. I've had the pleasure (and sometimes the misfortune) of trying them all in my quest for the perfect workout plan. What if I told you against tradition and what may seem like common sense, that the best way to get big fast is to actually train much, much less, but with total effort and focus? That this method has been developed and followed since the late 1960's, is more akin to a science than an art form and some of the top bodybuilders of all time have been its advocates?< Less