Dinosaur Weight Training – Part 1


Set to hit the box offices on June 22, 2018, Jurassic World- Fallen Kingdom will follow the most recent film in the franchise, Jurassic World 

To quote Richard Attenborough’s well-known character John Hammond, “We’ve made living biological attractions so astounding that they’ll capture the imagination of the entire planet.” And how true that statement was. When Jurassic Park first took the big screen in 1993, audiences around the world flocked to theaters to marvel at this cinematic masterpiece. Now four movies in, Universal Studios is ready to return once again to the island of Isla Nublar. As the title of this article states, the park from Jurassic World has now been abandoned for the last three years, but its inhabitants still thrive. Actors Chris Pratt and Bryce Dallas Howard return to their roles as Owen Grady and Claire Dearing to take on the creatures they left behind in the last film. Jeff Goldblum’s character Ian Malcolm from the original trilogy is set to play a key role in this upcoming blockbuster. Fallen Kingdom is set to crossover both trilogies, so we may be seeing some familiar faces along side Malcolm.  

At the park, we entered their world… Now, they step into ours. 

What better way to promote this upcoming film than with some Dinosaur Training? Now, Dinosaur Training is not for one to hone in on their inner prehistoric lizard, but to “focus on real world strength training – becoming more powerful – building functional muscle – strengthening your tendons and ligaments – thick bar training – heavy weights – power rack work – heavy grip work – sandbag and barrel lifting – heavy support work – effort – dedication – perseverance – concentration – determination – and mental toughness.” as stated in Brooks D. Kubik’s, Dinosaur Training: Lost Secrets of Strength and Development. Stay tuned for part two of this blog series, as we will investigate this idea of training further. Until then, we can’t wait for Fallen Kingdom. 

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