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of weight training. Something
must be done . . . and quickly."
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tompuderbaugh

Hi all,

I just finished reading the book "The Lost Empire of Arthur Jones", written by his son (and long-time Nautilus employee) William Jones.

A great read for fans of Arthur Jones and his extraordinary life (but raw at several places regarding race, the fairer sex, etc.) Be advised.

Now that I have finished it (and before I put it on ebay), I thought I would give someone here a chance to snap it up first.

Mint condition, $15 (including shipping within U.S.)

Send me a PM and and we'll put it together.

Good training to all!
Tom Puderbaugh
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strengthmaster

Michigan, USA

It is a tough read, he's all over the place. But, if you have an interest in Arthur Jones and the Nautilus years, it does contain some interesting information (from his perspective). I found it interesting. Definitely worth the $15 it is being offered for if you want to know more about AJ and the early years and heyday of Nautilus.

Scott
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entsminger

Virginia, USA

tompuderbaugh wrote:
Hi all,

I just finished reading the book "The Lost Empire of Arthur Jones", written by his son (and long-time Nautilus employee) William Jones.

A great read for fans of Arthur Jones and his extraordinary life (but raw at several places regarding race, the fairer sex, etc.) Be advised.

Now that I have finished it (and before I put it on ebay), I thought I would give someone here a chance to snap it up first.

Mint condition, $15 (including shipping within U.S.)

Send me a PM and and we'll put it together.

Good training to all!
Tom Puderbaugh


== Scott==
Non of my business but I wouldn?t sell that book if you like Jones. I remember Johnston or someone had Jones bound collection of books he?d written for sale and I kick myself for not getting those!
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Bill Sekerak

California, USA

entsminger wrote:
tompuderbaugh wrote:
Hi all,

I just finished reading the book "The Lost Empire of Arthur Jones", written by his son (and long-time Nautilus employee) William Jones.

A great read for fans of Arthur Jones and his extraordinary life (but raw at several places regarding race, the fairer sex, etc.) Be advised.

Now that I have finished it (and before I put it on ebay), I thought I would give someone here a chance to snap it up first.

Mint condition, $15 (including shipping within U.S.)

Send me a PM and and we'll put it together.

Good training to all!
Tom Puderbaugh

== Scott==
Non of my business but I wouldn?t sell that book if you like Jones. I remember Johnston or someone had Jones bound collection of books he?d written for sale and I kick myself for not getting those!


Johnston's collection of basically everything written by Arthur Jones is a high quality two volume,gold embossed set with a cardboard sleeve and each hardcover volume even has its own silk book marker attached to the book.
It was a limited edition of 500.
I bought one from him years ago and I've seen them on eBay for $500 buy me now.
Excellent books.
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Bill Sekerak

California, USA

I talked to William on the phone 2 weeks ago and he is willing to write another book about MedX if he gets enough people asking for it. So far he's only had a few people ask him to write about MedX and he's not planning to write it because of so little interest.
So, if you would like to read about the inside info concerning MedX let him know.
He has a Facebook page where you can contact him on messenger.
He's a real nice guy so don't feel restrained to contact him.
Maybe he might even be persuaded to include more stories about Mike Mentzer ,Sergio ,Boyer Coe etc.
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Bill Sekerak

California, USA

Also William indicated that sales of his book on Amazon haven't been as brisk as he would like.
There's a lot of interesting information and some good stories in the book and for the price it is well worth the small cost.
As someone else pointed out the book doesn't flow as well as if it were written by a professional writer but it is his first book and I am sure he has learned a lot from writing this one.
I think if he could find someone to collaborate with him a second book about MedX would be extremely interesting and an important work in the history of the fitness industry.
If you support his writing endeavors by purchasing a copy on Amazon it would also encourage him to write a second book about MedX or perhaps a third book about his life with Arthur before Nautilus when Arthur was shuttling his family from South and Central America to Africa and back while capturing wildlife for sale in the U.S. and filming this for a TV show filmed,produced and narrated by Arthur Jones.
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robinn3403

Bill Sekerak wrote:
entsminger wrote:
tompuderbaugh wrote:
Hi all,

I just finished reading the book "The Lost Empire of Arthur Jones", written by his son (and long-time Nautilus employee) William Jones.

A great read for fans of Arthur Jones and his extraordinary life (but raw at several places regarding race, the fairer sex, etc.) Be advised.

Now that I have finished it (and before I put it on ebay), I thought I would give someone here a chance to snap it up first.

Mint condition, $15 (including shipping within U.S.)

Send me a PM and and we'll put it together.

Good training to all!
Tom Puderbaugh

== Scott==
Non of my business but I wouldn?t sell that book if you like Jones. I remember Johnston or someone had Jones bound collection of books he?d written for sale and I kick myself for not getting those!

Johnston's collection of basically everything written by Arthur Jones is a high quality two volume,gold embossed set with a cardboard sleeve and each hardcover volume even has its own silk book marker attached to the book.
It was a limited edition of 500.
I bought one from him years ago and I've seen them on eBay for $500 buy me now.
Excellent books.

I have those. #189 or #198 issue. Wouldnt take anything for them!! His Autobiography IS CERTAINLY a tough read for sure. If you can get them definitely do it.
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