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The True Strength Manual: Creating a Monster

5.00 out of 5 based on 10 customer ratings
(10 customer reviews)

$15.00

Let’s talk about True Strength. Not one-dimensional strength. Not strength “tricks” that will fail you sooner or later when you’re in competition and it really matters. We’re talking true, whole-hearted, down-to-throw-weight-at-any-time strength.

Robert Oberst is a Pro Strongman who has done it all and seen it all when it comes to the strength game. ‘Creating a Monster’ is his no-nonsense manual for real strength and steady, reliable progress. Interested in getting brutally strong and have a body that is prepared for battle? Pick up ‘Creating a Monster’ and get working on what matters.

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10 reviews for The True Strength Manual: Creating a Monster

  1. Keri
    5 out of 5

    (verified owner):

    Through roughly a couple dozen pages Robert offers a concise, informative guide that is useful for novice and veteran lifters alike. While he doesn’t provide a mythical magic formula for getting huge, he does offer “…a hardnosed, no B.S. approach that is not easy, but most certainly worth it.” And, in every page that follows that introduction, Robert outlines in detail exactly what he promised.

  2. Kalle Beck
    5 out of 5

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    As a training partner of Robert I benefited immensely from what is covered in the book. No BS no reinventing the wheel just hard work

  3. Andrew
    5 out of 5

    (verified owner):

    Straight forward, clean and concise information. Reading it felt like I had a short conversation with Robert where he explained strength training to me in person. He reaffirms what we know there is no magic pill, just consistent hard work. Thank you, worth the purchase and read.

  4. Chad Crawford
    5 out of 5

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    I have used Oberst’s training methods since August of 2014. I have never been leaner, stronger and more athletic as I have with his programming. His training will definitely make you hate him but you get results and stronger without a doubt. In the words of Oberst, “Does it suck? Do you want to quit? Good it’s working!”

  5. James Trubin
    5 out of 5

    (verified owner):

    After finishing the book I believe this should be in the library of anyone curious about entering strongman. There is nothing too complicated in this book and following the framework can build a good foundation for anyone to start their strongman journey.

  6. Alan Cain
    5 out of 5

    (verified owner):

    I have to agree with the comments above, this is an excellent book to start your strongman journey. This is a must read for anyone wanting to gain strength and lift like a pro.

  7. Duane Cummings
    5 out of 5

    (verified owner):

    This is a great training book to help get you started in strongman or just improving overall strength!! I have been using this method for almost two weeks and I’m already feeling the results and strength gains! I look forward to seeing the progress continue and I would HIGHLY recommend it to everyone!! Thanks Robert for making this training book!!!!

  8. Reuben Weare
    5 out of 5

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    Enjoyed reading this. Wished it was longer – looking forward to the Autobiography. Liked the writing style. and the no BS approach. It was/is a great insight into hard core strongman training.
    I look forward to meeting Big Bobby one day, and thanks to this manual, putting HIM through his paces :)
    Cheers
    Reuben (Australia)

  9. Andy
    5 out of 5

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    Oberst is a total legend. He covers so many different aspects of working out and becoming a strongman. So many great tips on top of great advice and encouragement for anyone wanting to become their best. He is extremely intelligent and he is proof that he knows what he is talking about. It is generously affordable and makes me want to work harder than ever. His love of life and his passion really rubs off .

  10. Jack Norris
    5 out of 5

    (verified owner):

    The tone of the book matches that of Oberst’s attitude in many of his interviews and videos. When I say that, I mean It is clear that it is him writing the book. Everyone and his brother with a following is selling a workout routine. What Oberst writes is as if he were taking time out of his day to instill specific training advice that is not widely known. He does not give a plan of progress, it is expected that whomever reads the book will put in the fucking work themselves through the guidance provided. Walk their own path, as it were. If this isn’t what you’re looking for, a Team Oberst representative will be their shortly to help you beat your own ass.

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