Size and Strength Blueprint: The Ultimate Encyclopedia of Proven Workouts Paperback – January 10, 2015
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- Item Weight : 1.1 pounds
- Paperback : 166 pages
- ISBN-10 : 1505832446
- ISBN-13 : 978-1505832440
- Dimensions : 8.5 x 0.38 x 11 inches
- Publisher : CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (January 10, 2015)
- Language: : English
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- #69,237 in Health, Fitness & Dieting (Books)
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The main feature I like about this book is it's categorized so that you can pick a body part that's lacking in size or in strength or both and go right to that chapter and get schooled on what it takes to succeed! The next thing I love about this book is it's backed by science and has references to various studies throughout the book!
If you are after SIZE and STRENGTH then look no further than this Powerhouse of a book!
You nailed it with with this one Josh Bryant!!! Thanks for making this goldmine of information available to those that hunger for knowledge
and experience that can transform anyone that's willing to be consistent and hit the pig iron!
There are only 4 books on training that I would recommend without hesitation. Josh wrote 2 of them. The other being "Jailhouse Strong". For younger guys or Old Bastards like me. you can't go wrong with this book.
One of the biggest problems for those of us that understand training principles, are serious about making consistent gains and have a life outside of the gym is finding the time to write new routines every three weeks. The authors solve that problem by providing routines that are focused on structural balance. I simply need to choose a muscle system that is lagging and pick a routine.
One of the most respected strength coach, Charles Poliquin, recommends their work and I concur.