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101 Fitness Myths: The scientific approach to losing fat and gaining muscle! By Maik Wiedenbach NYU Professor & Musclemania Champion. Kindle Edition
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Whether you're new to training or experienced, you'll enjoy this book. I've been lifting for nearly a decade and consider myself fairly educated in the field and I clarified quite a few things. I also recommend Bigger Leaner Stronger: The Simple Science of Building the Ultimate Male Body (The Lean Muscle Series)--one of the better overall health and fitness books that I've read in a while.
Well, I must say that I was intimidated for many reasons; yet that was all dismissed after I read the book from cover to cover. It made me so thankful that he backed his advice up with concrete science and real life experience. There is no fluff in his writing, and better yet, Maik has written the book for everyone from novice in the gym - to the most seasoned athlete.
I shall most definitely keep his book as a prudent reference tool on my own path back to health and fitness.
No regrets in having made this purchase; it has only augmented my own knowledge of what I knew, and further clarified a lot of what I did not know.
Thanks from Honolulu, Hawaii Maik ! :--)
This book is written in a very brief and direct to the point style. It covers all the latest known information on nutrition, body building, weight loss and dieting. It's a great handbook that dispels many commonly believed fitness myths.
A must-own book for anybody looking to lose weight or pack on muscle.
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I didn't really like the way he tagged his wife book at the end.
Better stuff out there.