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Joe Weider's Ultimate Bodybuilding Paperback – September 22, 1989
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This huge text is organized into seven parts. Part one gives valuable advice to novice bodybuilders. Part two provides advice to intermediate bodybuilders. Part three covers advice to advanced bodybuilders. Part four focuses on body part training. Part five deals with the competitive cycle. Bodybuilding nutrition is covered in part six. The final part gives information on “the psychology of bodybuilding.”
There are weight training routines for every body part. There are hundreds of different exercises shown with photographs of the champion bodybuilders doing them. This is a book every serious bodybuilder will want to have in their personal library as the ultimate reference source of Joe Weider’s training principles. A fantastic book.
Rating: 5 Stars. Joseph J. Truncale (Author: The Samurai Soul: An old warrior’s poetic tribute).
Joe Weider, a leader in bodybuilding knowledge, and you see the Weider name on alot of equipment, and there is a glossary, of bodybuilding terms in the back of the book that I actually used several times to find the meaning of specific piece of equipment used, and in fact I am pretty sure my other major encyclopedias don't have as extensive of a glossary, well, except "Encyclopedia of Bodybuilding, the complete A-Z Book on muscle building, by Robert Kennedy". Don't get me wrong though, the other reference encyclopedias are among the best there are as is this book, like Bill Pearls' "Keys to the Inner Universe" and the revised Arnold Schwarzenegger "The New Encyclopedia of Modern Bodybuilding".