MILO®: A Journal for Serious Strength Athletes

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In the March 2015 issue of MILO:
The March issue of MILO (Volume 22 - No. 4) is here and it’s packed with powerful material. For starters, Jim Schmitz calls the action from the World Weightlifting Championships where the epic battles in Almaty, Kazakhstan were savored by the strength world and Andres Gundmundsson tells how he bested Jon Pall Sigmarsson in the finger fight of the century. Training includes Bud Charniga on the jerk, Brian Mangravite on the deadlifts and ACL injuries among female athletes, Karsten Jensen talks about quantum physics and mental training, Ernest Roy discusses sticking points in the bench press, and Dr. Bill Crawford zeroes in on the 360 degrees of deadlifting. 

And for all of you who are intent on conquering Captains of Crush grippers, MILO publisher Randall Strossen asks Joe Kinney—the first man certified on the Captains of Crush No. 4 gripper and a major innovator in gripper training methods—seven questions. Here’s the full table of contents.

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MILO is the world’s leading publication for strength sports: Olympic-style weightlifting, strongman, Highland Games, throwing, and a lot more. You’ll find training, people, contest reports of record, history, and special features.

Top authors
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Inspiration and information
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World class photos
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Features you'll enjoy in MILO:

Captains of Crush Grippers:  Who's New?
Meet the latest gripsters to have been certified on the CoC grippers.

7 Questions
MILO asks strength world notables the questions you've always wanted to ask.

Athlete interviews and profiles
Meet the biggest names in the strength world:  who they are, how they train, how they achieved success.

From Our Archives
Read the story behind a selection from Randall Strossen's photo archives, the strength world's premier collection over the past 25 years.

Action at the apex
Relive the biggest contests in the strength world:  from the Olympic Games, to world championships, to World's Strongest Man.