Milo (magazine)

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MILO: A Journal For Serious Strength Athletes is a quarterly journal dedicated to strength sports, published by IronMind. The magazine is named after Milo of Croton.

History and profile[edit]

MILO has been published continually since April 1993. Randall J. Strossen is the publisher and editor-in-chief. It is part of IronMind Enterprises, Inc.[1] The journal covers topics such as Olympic-style weightlifting, strongman, Highland Games, powerlifting, general weight training, and fitness, arm wrestling, grip strength, stones and stonelifting, and similar subjects.[1][2] Each issue of MILO is organized into five sections: Departments, People, Training, Contests and History, with the most coverage devoted to training.


  1. ^ a b "About MILO". IronMind Enterprises, Inc. Retrieved 1 January 2016. 
  2. ^ "MILO: Journal for Serious Strength Athletes". Iron Mind. Retrieved 1 January 2016. 
  1. ^ Ned Beaumont, Savage Science of Streetfighting (2001, ISBN 1-58160-123-9), p. 177
  2. ^ Brooks D. Kubik, Dinosaur Training (1996), p. 192

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