Strongman · Grip · Olympic-style Weightlifting · Stonelifting · Highland Games
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In the March 2018 issue of MILO
Featuring Sohrab Moradi in the 94-kg class breaking the world record with this 233-kg clean and jerk at the 2017 Worlds, the 25th anniversary March 2018 issue also serves up Ice for Injuries?; Life or Death Grip Strength; Muscle Mass, Grip Strength, and Thermodynamics; and the Rolling Thunder Back and Arm Program; plus, the 2018 LA FitExpo: IronMind Viking Visegrip World Record Challenge and 7+ Questions for Dan McKim. That’s just the tip of the iceberg, so grab a copy of the March 2018 issue of MILO: Strength for fresh ideas, top talent, inspiration . . . we’re serious about strength. Here’s the full table of contents.
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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.
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.