It is very hard work, but you get what you put in.
I gained great mass from this book... Good luck to anyone who buys this, and remember if you don't want to gain size don't buy this book!
About 15 lbs. i was about a 205 squater 195 lbs bench presser and pressing 130 overhead. i weighed 145... that was two months ago.
A message to all the negative reviewers and skeptics. This book is not supposed to be a comprehensive guide to getting big and strong. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Stephen B. Hyde
"Remember your leg exercises and lift heavy" That's it. That's the book. No reason to buy it.Published 4 months ago by Bruce Banner
Don't expect to add 30 pounds of muscle, that's for damn sure. I followed this plan to the letter, including drinking a gallon of milk EVERY FREAKING DAY!!!! Read morePublished 7 months ago by Brandon Marzolf
This book covers lifting in a straight forward manner and in short order hands the reader a basic blueprint to add serious muscle. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Franklin L. Hampton Jr.
If you're ready to getting serious about your training and stop fooling around in the gym, then 'SUPER SQUATS' might be the right thing for you. Read morePublished 7 months ago by swissbow
I have had this book for almost 10 years and at various times tried the program but for one reason or another was never able to follow through with it. Read morePublished 7 months ago by marc randulich
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I have kept this book near my relaxing time so I can learn the finer points of squatting and other matters to improve the results pertaining to it. Read more
I did the 20-rep squat program during overseas deployment. It requires you to begin the regime with a good foundation in leg strength and endurance; it requires a huge amount of... Read morePublished 9 months ago by Edward