Enter your mobile number or email address below and we'll send you a link to download the free Kindle App. Then you can start reading Kindle books on your smartphone, tablet, or computer - no Kindle device required.
To get the free app, enter your mobile phone number.
Other Sellers on Amazon
+ $3.99 shipping
+ Free Shipping
Better Than Steroids Paperback – February 15, 2007
|New from||Used from|
Frequently bought together
Customers who bought this item also bought
About the Author
Dr. Warren Willey is the Medical Director of The Fitness Medicine Clinic, a full-service preventative medical organization helping people to obtain optimal health and fitness through elite nutritional programs, diet strategies, and exercise programs. He is a Board Certified Osteopathic Physician, and completed his postgraduate training at The Mayo Clinic. He is a founding diplomat of the American Board of Holistic medicine and a diplomat with The American Board of Family Practice. He is an active bodybuilder and has designed a number of exercise modalities. Dr. Willey is an established author having written a medical textbook and What Does Your Doctor Look Like Naked? Your Guide To Optimum Health, released in 2003. This book has helped thousands of people lose weight and obtain and then maintain optimal health. He also writes for a number periodicals. He has 20+ years experience with exercise development, personal training and nutritional intervention.
If you are a seller for this product, would you like to suggest updates through seller support?
Top Customer Reviews
I have trained with weights for 20 years & done tons of programs, used every supplement & tried ever diet I thought had value.
I wondered about this book because it was priced very high in my opinion for a 180 page book but after getting it & going through it I agree with many reviews in that it is very precise to the point proven methods for any training goal you would have from losing weight to adding muscle with all the information you need to plan your diet post work out meals & achieve proper nutrient & supplement modification with proper nutrient timing for feed efficiency.
Based on my experience I have to say I agree with mostly all of these methods have a place based on goal & training phase.
This is a must for any beginner because the hardest thing that most people fail to learn is proper diet & how to make your body work for you.
It is true that I have come across all of this information for free all over the Internet.
I'd also say that usually never get a total picture of everything I need to work out for a training phase all together in simple condensed information.
I think the reason is that something that can be as simple as proper nutrition is actually some how a guarded secret that many successful athletes have. They sell supplements & some take steroids but nothing will ever work if you don't have the proper building blocks.
I value this the most because I happen to agree with most of it from experience & I don't need to go through tons of research every time I work out a new program anymore, I'd rather be able to thumb quickly to what I wanna do & plan the entire phase from start to end.
If your learning & hungry for knowledge and want to dive deep into tons of research do it, that's how you'll learn what works for you but do yourself a favor & pick this book up & then do research on the methods & techniques in this book until you understand it all & then use it as an quick reference when you discover it has it all.
And even better of your just sick of trying every new thing or just want something easy to follow without long winded reasons this is definitely the book for you.
People will also quickly dismiss the simplest & best answer to problems in life.
This has always baffled me but people just want to make things hard or seem tricky.
Believe me even at the Mr. Olympia with all the steroids in the world the winner will have a man behind the behind the certain who is above all else a master at nutritional manipulation.
This book is not an amazing new way to a miracle body, it's just tells you how to make your body do what you want based on science & in the end the only way you'll ever achieve long term health is understanding your body or at least following the simple instructions from someone else who does like Dr. Warren Willey.
Like some people have said, you can find all of this info online... BUT, I have been trying to learn about nutrition online for years and with all the contradicting information I never knew what I am sure I know now. I will always recommend this book/author.
p.s. I have not used the diets in this book YET, but that is probably some of the best content in the book. I have however altered my diet based on the information provided and have been watching the pounds pour off ever since while keeping a strong focus on maintaining/building muscle mass.
Don't be cheap, buy the book! It will serve as a quick reference guide in my library for years to come.
So as you're reading through the book, it refers to it the charts in the text and theres nothing to look at! There are also several proof-reading errors (or should I say error's), that have a bad effect (or should i say affect) on legibility
Pretty unprofessional, it almost feels like you're buying a bootleg copy.
Full review here- [...]
My trainer recommended this book and its interesting. He has the print edition and said that the charts/graphs are necessary for a general understanding of whats going on. I'm going to try and get a refund on the kindle version and purchase the print edition.