Bodybuilding 201: Everything You Need to Know to Take Your Body to the Next Level

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McGraw Hill Professional, 2003 - Sports & Recreation - 228 pages
"Robert Wolff has changed untold numbers of people's lives all over the world with his knowledge and words of wisdom when he wrote for my magazines. I'm happy to say, with this new book, he can do the same for you." --Joe Weider Following the tremendous success of fitness and motivation authority Robert Wolff's introduction to bodybuilding, Bodybuilding 201 is Wolff's next "course" in building a better body. Designed for intermediate and advanced people of all ages, this new motivational guide offers: More than 50 new routines The latest research on exercise, nutrition, and health Injury-prevention tips Specialized training for each body type plus hundreds of photos that explain each exercise step-by-step

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I was reading thru alot of the pages in this book and it seems pretty good from what I've read. I liked how he described the ectomorph or hardgainer body types. That is the type of body I have and have always struggled to put on muscle. I've struggled so much that I dedicated a website to just that topic. I have read tons of bodybuilding books and the thing you need to be careful about from being a hardgainer is working out the wrong way. Other body types can handle differently to workout stress than hardgainers can. So if you are a hardgainer I recommend checking out my free resource site to learn more about that:
Best regards and train smart :)


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Robert Wolff is one of the most widely read and sought-after authors in fitness, motivation, and high-level success principles. He has worked with such fitness legends as Arnold Schwarzenegger, Evander Holyfield, Lou Ferrigno, and Rachel McLish. A former editor at Muscle & Fitness, Wolff has been published in Shape, Flex, and Men's Fitness.

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