Beyond Brawn: The Insider's Encyclopedia on how to Build Muscle & Might

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CS Pub., 1998 - Health & Fitness - 495 pages
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This encyclopaedia offers the keys to your training success. Unlike other books, this one acknowledges your individuality, and teaches you precisely how to train yourself. Become your own personal trainer. Whether you are male or female, a beginner or very advanced, young or not-so-young, want to train at home or in a public gym, this book is for you. The author has over 25 years of training experience, has had over 300 articles published and edited Hardgainer magazine since 1989. Act on his expertise and you will achieve your full potential for muscle and might.

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Review: Beyond Brawn: The Insider's Encyclopedia on How to Build Muscle and Might

User Review  - Tom Roberts - Goodreads

This book was okay, I'd rate it at 2.5 stars. I'm not sure what the fuss is about it. The programming is average and not the most effective approach. There are far better results oriented barbell ... Read full review

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User Review  - Jack Toothill - Goodreads

A very in depth look at strength training and bodybuilding. An excellent book for anyone unaware of the importance of strength training in building size. The book becomes somewhat repetitive in places ... Read full review



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Stuart is one of the most established and respected writers in the exercise genre. He was first published in 1981, and has written for all the mainstream bodybuilding magazines including "Muscle Fitness, FLEX, Iron Man" - over 500 articles in total. He has a degree in eduction, over 35 years of training experience, was the editor of a training magazine for 15 years and is the author of "BRAWN, BEYOND BRAWN, NEW BRAWN SERIES".

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