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Wolves of Croton – The Untold Story of Milo

Milo poses for his cheering fans who pack the arena to watch the Crotonian mangle his opponents inside the wrestling pit.
Milo of Croton, the greatest wrestler of all-time, poses for his cheering fans.

Milon, this fine statue of a fine man, he won seven times at Pisa and never dropped to his knees.”

Simonides, 556 BC – 468 BC

This dual-volume, 20-book manuscript takes its readers on an epic odyssey into the life of the greatest Olympian combatant of all-time, Milo of Croton.

Available in eBooks and Paperbacks

http://bit.ly/WofC99c

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The Secret to Great Abdominals

Video presentation: https://youtu.be/wubQBY6M7vwdvd_no_excuses

img_4842Obtaining great abdominals is not only about training the abdominals. The Central Nervous System radiates out from the spinal column, located in the back region of the core/torso areas, which sends bio-electrical impulses necessary to stimulate and contract all of the muscles in and surrounding the midsection. Instead of focusing totally on the frontal abdominals, like so many do with over-emphasis on crunch-like or torso flexion motions, etc., it’s wise to focus on total midsection training, 360º, with first emphasis on the lower-middle back region which is a significant portion of the waistline. Once the lower back region; or posterior portion of the waistline is trained, then the applicant can (should) apply motions that target the sides (obliques) then continue to transition into the lower and upper abdominals.

There are a myriad of motions, routines, devices and systems designed to target the abs. So pick and choose which ones are best for you but always consider the back portion of your midsection even though it’s a long way from the frontal region, and mostly out of sight when looking into a mirror.

Wishing you great success! John Abdo

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