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Recommended Bodybuilding and Powerlifting Books

Recommended bodybuilding and powerlifting books. Looking for a good read, or possibly some quality bodybuilding or powerlifting instruction? Look no further.

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Better Than Steroids by Dr. Warren Willey

Better Than Steroids! is a summary of what you need to know to be a successful bodybuilder, athlete or just to look freaking good. It covers in a stepwise fashion, the information you need to succeed. I will review why and how anabolic steroids work, which will lead us into why food programs, eating plans and tricks like the pre and post workout… BUY NOW

Beyond Brawn by Stuart McRobert

This is a 512-page encyclopaedia on how to build a terrific physique. This encyclopaedia offers the key to your training success. By acknowledging your individuality, this book teaches you precisely how to train yourself. Become your own expert personal trainer! Whether you’re male or female, a beginner or very advanced, young or … BUY NOW

Brawn by Stuart McRobert

If you thought Arnold Schwarzenegger put Graz, Austria on the bodybuilding map, how about Stuart McRobert and Nicosia, Cyprus? Imagine, one man, on a Mediterranean island no less, who has the audacity to directly challenge most contemporary bodybuilding advice. Instead of being another me-too bodybuilding book, Brawn is … BUY NOW

Brother Iron, Sister Steel by Dave Draper

Brother Iron, Sister Steel is a private journey into bodybuilding as only Dave Draper, former Mr. America, Mr. Universe and Mr. World, can tell it. Training techniques, exercise descriptions and nutritional strategies form the book’s foundation, but what glues this book together are Dave’s personal experiences and insights, humor and candidness, all of which speak to the heart and… BUY NOW

Encyclopedia of Bodybuilding by Robert Kennedy

Plenty of bodybuilding books were written in the 1980s, but the world has changed since then. How can a new bodybuilder achieve success with outdated information? This book is filled with the most up-to-date information available, offering tons of inspirational photos of the … BUY NOW

Practical Programming by Mark Rippetoe

Practical Programming offers a different approach to exercise programming than that typically found in other exercise texts. Based on a combined 60+ years of academic expertise, elite-level coaching experience, and the observation of thousands of novice … BUY NOW

Starting Strength by Mark Rippetoe

Starting Strength: Basic Barbell Training is the new expanded version of the book that has been called “the best and most useful of fitness books.” It picks up where Starting Strength: A Simple and Practical Guide for Coaching Beginners leaves off. With all new graphics and … BUY NOW

Strength Training Anatomy by Frederic Delavier

Combines the most effective exercises for all the major muscle groups with detailed, full color illustrations of the muscles used during the exercises. “Without question, this book is a must for anyone interested in strength training or in teaching strength training. No other book more … BUY NOW

Strongman, The Doug Hepburn Story by Tom Thurston

strongman-doug-hepburnTom Thurston has written the first biography of one of Canada’s athletic legends, Doug Hepburn. Born in Vancouver with a club foot and a severe alternating squint, Doug decided as a boy to surmount his disabilities by training with weights, setting his sights on becoming the world’s strongest man. And this he achieved. Doug is  …BUY NOW

Super Squats by Randall Strossen

We wrote the book on personal transformation: John Doe was an ordinary guy: Had a wife (girlfriend) and while he worked (was in school) full time and had a couple of hobbies, he also wanted to be bigger and stronger. John had no special genetic gifts and no interest in drugging up; plus, he had to keep the training routine and the … BUY NOW

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