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29 internautes sur 29 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
one of the best 15 octobre 2007
Par James - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
This is one of the best bodybuilding books ever written. I have many old and new. It cuts through the hype and unrealistic pronouncements of the commercial magazines and provides essential and practical information. It illucidates clearly and emphatically one of the most substantive elements of productive bodybuilding i.e. the necessity of heavy leg work. I personally wasted many years of training, believing that I did not need to work my legs for results. After reading Brawn and therefore shifting my emphasis to include squats and deadlifts, results magically occurred. This book has the information to get you big and strong without resorting to drug use. It is a classic.
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Basics get it done 13 novembre 2008
Par William Burke - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
I got this book this year (2008) before the Summer. I wanted to try a new approach to my lifting.I'm 50 years old and have been hitting the weights since the 80's.I always OVERTRAINED.I went back to basics and made gains that were really impressive.I went from 160 to a pumped 180!Deadlifts/Rows/Presses/Squats are the foundation to his theory.Let me tell you ,It works.Not only for a Old Guy like me but my Teenage Son shot up like a Monster on 2 days a week!People accused him of using Roids but it was hard work..dedication and a lot of Chicken Breasts and Whey Shakes!I think people just starting out will make fantasitc gains as well as people who need to change up the routine for 6 months.Another thing I liked was I trained hard but had more time off from the Gym to to other things ! Give Brawn a Shot you will be glad you did.
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for the mass of men 23 juin 2009
Par Leonardo in the orchard - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
I got this book after buying "Build muscle, lose fat.." (from Amazon), as I wanted to get McRobert's overall view on our physical body and weight resistance exercise. This was and is a needed book, for it gives much sensible advice and encouragement to the average man or woman. The view is more that from Everyman. In the "Build Muscle book he goes into much more detail about the individual weight exercises and posture and performance of them. Brawn is more the overall view.

When I started to lift weights many years ago, the first sensible counsel I got was from York Barbell magazines, Strength and Health, and Muscular Development, and then as I discovered it Iron Man. There writers like John Grimek, Harry Paschall, Brad Steiner, or Hoffman offered advice for beginners, then for intermediate experience weight athletes, that worked in real life. The beginner was given a good basic programme to start with, to gain some strength, and then led along.

These were far better than the weedy rags, I mean the weider magazines, which had a lot of hype, advertisement, gossip about bodybuilding, and routines that some top ifbb bodybuilders presumably(and may well have) used to train for the olympia or Mr. Universe. I would page through these at the news stand, and I remember about one article for the beginner.

I like McRobert's contribution real well. His books are one good place to begin. Rippetoe's book Starting Strength is another.

The only thing that bothered me was the tone of complaint, even though I agree with his complaint. He writes about the genetically blessed bodybuilders and their training, and how most folks fit into a hard gaining, or slower gaining reality of life. For these folks, his ideas on training are very useful and helpful. The book would be more pleasant to read in the early going if there were not so strong a tone of complaint, however much I agree with his basic point. For this I subtracted one star, even though it is a fine book that deals with so much real world training advice.
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Great guide for setting realsitic targets 24 mars 2008
Par William D. Levesque - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
As a natural weight trainer I felt this book was very useful for setting realistic targets for results. It not only suggested dimension targets based on natural growth, but also indicated the type of poundages that would be lifted to achieve these goals. Great resource. A must buy in the ocean of such books available.
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A Timeless Classic 21 novembre 2008
Par D. E. Weerasinghe - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
This book arguably has packed more muscle on more people than any other. I'm a very experienced lifter who has transformed his physique and attained a high degree of strength from following Mc Robert's advice over the past 8 years. And all this was done without neglecting career, family, hobbies and a social life as this book is aimed at real people with real lives. This book along with beyond brawn and the Insiders technique book (by the same author) are all you'll ever need to achieve your full potential for strength,health and fitness. Whatever type of trainee you are, whether powerlifter, fitness enthusiast, athlete or coach you will benefit tremendously.
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