MILO®: Strength

Strongman · Grip · Olympic-style Weightlifting · Stonelifting · Highland Games

In the March 2016 issue of MILO:
Strength aficionados celebrate: the March issue of MILO is here! Kim Wood—an Arthur Jones protege, Hammer Strength founder, 30-year strength coach for the Cincinnati Bengals and a longstanding proponent of grip strength for combat sport excellence—fields 7 questions; MILO’s Roundtable Report kicks around the merits of the snatch versus the clean and jerk; and Jim Schmitz’s report of record on the 2015 IWF World Championships are just the beginning. 
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First-rate content
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
MILO is written by experts in the field, people up to their eyeballs in the strength world . . . we're on the field, in the gym, next to the platform, pressed against the table.

Inspiration and information
MILO has the mix of content and photos to propel you to new levels of training.

World class photos
From the Arctic Circle to London to Los Angeles, MILO brings you to the epicenter of the action with Randall Strossen's stunning photography.

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.