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Earle E. Liederman

Earle E. Liederman started his strongman career in 1910 after quitting his job to become a professional athlete. In next eight years, Liederman toured the circuit showing skill and talent in lifting, feats of strength, acrobatics and similar disciplines. Eventually he got tired of that lifestyle and decided to do something new instead – and that’s when he created a new course focused on the use of a chest expander in a package with Muscular Development book and an illustrated booklet. This course was so successful that it have gone through more than twenty revisions.

Below are a couple of simple but powerful neck exercises by Earle Liederman which are still very popular today.

Neck Exercise 1

Place hand on side of head and push head to one side, resisting meanwhile with the neck muscles.

Clasp hands behind head and pull head forward, strongly resisting at the same time with the muscles of the neck. Pull head forward as far as it will go.

Clasp hands behind head and pull head forward, strongly resisting at the same time with the muscles of the neck. Pull head forward as far as it will go.

A splendid neck exercises practiced by most wrestlers for strengthening the neck muscles.

A splendid neck exercises practiced by most wrestlers for strengthening the neck muscles.

Aside from this course, Liederman also published a couple of other books, like Secrets of Strength, Muscle Building and Endurance,  just to name a few.

Earle E. Liederman was last modified: October 13th, 2013 by Admin

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