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  • Favorite Workout Books/Publications

    Never Gymless: Ross Enamait
    Starting Strength: Mark Rippetoe
    SWAT Workout: Stew Smith

  • #2
    You forgot 'Infinite Intensity': Ross Enamait

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    • #3
      Afterburn I and II

      Encyclopedia of Modern Bodybuilding

      Brawn I and II

      Sliced

      The New Rules of Lifting

      And so many more I just can't remember at this time.
      Moooooooooooo, I'm a goat

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      • #4
        Originally posted by Mahaffma View Post
        Starting Strength: Mark Rippetoe
        x2

        Bill Starr 5x5 intermediate
        http://kmags.mybrute.com/ My guy can kick your guy's butt!

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        • #5
          Originally posted by Boxer4 View Post
          You forgot 'Infinite Intensity': Ross Enamait
          Didn't forget. Just don't own a copy. I listed the three that are on my shelf. I'll borrow from others time to time.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by Boxer4 View Post
            You forgot 'Infinite Intensity': Ross Enamait
            Thats #1 on my list.
            Infinite Intensity is probably the best training book I have ever read.

            I need to order a copy of Starting Strength.


            Mahaffma, are you a member on Ross' forums? If so, send me a PM.
            www.ShankAZombie.com

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            • #7
              starting strength is a must read for any beginner looking to get strong...even some 'more experienced' people would benefit (myself included)

              jim wendler's 5/3/1 is the program i'm using now......it doesn't really teach you anything but outlines an excellent linear progression program, that unlike starting strength allows for cardio, hiit, and other extras. its only available as an e-book on www.elitefts.com

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              • #8
                Originally posted by Dr. Peebody View Post
                starting strength is a must read for any beginner looking to get strong...even some 'more experienced' people would benefit (myself included)

                jim wendler's 5/3/1 is the program i'm using now......it doesn't really teach you anything but outlines an excellent linear progression program, that unlike starting strength allows for cardio, hiit, and other extras. its only available as an e-book on www.elitefts.com
                PLus one on that Doc. I read it YEARS after I started lifting and learned boatloads of info. Plus the idea of filming yourself and watching your form was great. Had my daughter do it and also did it with the wife when she started slingin' iron.

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                • #9
                  The Science and Practice of Strength Training II - Dr. Zatisorsky

                  5-3-1 - Jim Wendler

                  Starting Strength - Rip

                  UD2.0 - Lyle McDonald

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by Chubs View Post
                    The Science and Practice of Strength Training II - Dr. Zatisorsky
                    ^^ a very very good one, but may be a little too scientifically worded for some. I got my copy at a yard sale for 10 cents!
                    www.ShankAZombie.com

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by brownj21 View Post
                      ^^ a very very good one, but may be a little too scientifically worded for some. I got my copy at a yard sale for 10 cents!

                      I agree, but it's such an all around good source of info that I couldn't leave it off.

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by Mahaffma View Post
                        Never Gymless: Ross Enamait
                        Starting Strength: Mark Rippetoe
                        SWAT Workout: Stew Smith
                        All great books! Try subscribing to the Crossfit Journal. Lots of info, references, and video of Mark Rippetoe.

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                        • #13
                          Combat the Fat
                          Optimum Anabolics
                          Advance Mass Building


                          All ebooks are by Jeff Anderson, hands down the best 3 programs you can do for year round success.

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