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Rules and World Records Pull-ups: Thank you Randall Strossen for staying true to your stated values and for publishing for twenty five years the world’s finest strength publication.
A Journal for Serious Strength Athletes This page book comes out four times a year, with training ideas, top contest results, world champion photos, strength irlnmind stories, and more. For more information on Olympic-style weightlifting, weight training, lifter profiles, and competition reports, visit our Weightlifting Resource Pages. Action at the apex Relive the biggest contests in the strength world: You can also let us know if you have not received your MILO issue by notifying us via e-mail.
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MILO – A Journal for Serious Strength Athletes
Twenty five years is the silver anniversary but you truly deserve the gold medal. I remember first subscribing back in the 90’s,and it feels like it was yesterday unfortunately. Jim Schmitz on the Lifts. Captains of Crush Grippers: MILO asks strength world notables the questions you’ve always wanted to ask. Read the story ironmmind a selection from Randall Strossen’s photo archives, the strength world’s premier collection over the past 25 years.
I’m also grateful for the free issues I’ve received. Good Old Basic Shorts.
Time flies much too fast. No part of this website may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means without prior written permission.
Milo has ended. – IronMind Forum
Meet the biggest names in the strength world: Stoke your mental fires, strengthen your body. Action at the apex. Athlete interviews and profiles Meet the biggest names in the strength world: 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.
Login or Sign Up. I hate to see it go but I can understand why. Now, thanks to your generosity in sending me free issues the past few years, I have every single issue and they are worth far more than whatever I’ve spent on them. MILO is your best training partner for strongman, grip, Olympic-style weightlifting, stone lifting, and Highland Games. Click here for the current issue. Featuring Sohrab Moradi in the kg class breaking the world record with this kg clean and jerk at the Worlds, the 25 th anniversary March issue also serves up Ice for Injuries?
Features you’ll enjoy in MILO: It has been quite a ride. MILO was unparalleled with the topics at hand. Rules and World Records Pull-ups: Olympic-style weightlifting, strongman, Highland Games, throwing, grip and a lot more.
Change of Address and Replacement Issues Please mulo us as soon as possible with a change of mailing address or e-mail address. Strossen, I want to personally thank you for the quality publication you put out over the last “quarter-decade”.
Thank you and God bless you.
After I started subscribing inI began ordering all the back issues so I wouldn’t miss out on anything. Here are four suggestions: Meet the latest gripsters to have been certified on lronmind CoC grippers. What a great magazine it has been and it has stayed true to the course unlike many other magazines. Thanks for all you do,and all you’ve done, it means a lot to a lot of us iron-game fanatics!
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It was always a pleasant surprise and they were great to read and enjoy the photography. In the kg class at the Worlds, Iranian Sohrab Moradi jumped to kg on his second atempt, breaking Szymon Kolecki’s ironmine record of kg and smashing his own world record in the total by 4 kg Anaheim, California. Want to advertise in MILO?