- Paperback: 112 pages
- Publisher: Ironmind Enterprises (February 1, 1989)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 0926888005
- ISBN-13: 978-0926888005
- Product Dimensions: 0.5 x 6 x 9 inches
- Shipping Weight: 6.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
- Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars See all reviews (135 customer reviews)
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #136,486 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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Super Squats: How to Gain 30 Pounds of Muscle in 6 Weeks Paperback – February 1, 1989
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Apply whats in the book.
Eat right, and consistently.
Sleep right, and consistently.
Get a routine goin.. even if its a small routine.
Its impossible to not get results..
The book wont do anything for you unless you do the work for yourself. Plain common sense.
(Im going to post this on the few other fitness books ive ordered and read. Its just common sense)
Ive had trouble building my legs growing up. Still kinda have a hard time keeping focus and tension on my legs for alot of things too.. but thats just me.
(Anyone else out there who uses their back alot,like at work, trying to activate more leg muscles to save their back, this is a good read. Help strengthen your legs.)
anyways, this book helps. Helps by giving me excerice tips.
Its up to me to focus on using the right muscle fibers when i try do the workouts, or any work out for that matter.
Sooooo ultimately. Take your time and dont cheat yourself.
Apply it, work hard and keep consistent.
Hopefully that helps.
5 stars for a good read.
It's been almost 10 years since I wrote the above portion of this review (my gosh!), and it still holds true. The only thing I wish I had known about (and used) during that time in my life was whole RAW milk. Commercial milk is, well, simply full of too much pus (yes PUS from the milk of SICK cows), hormones and other nauseating stuff to be of REAL use for strength development supplementation. I have since found a provider of raw milk - "for my pets" - (from cows that I got to meet!) and my strength gains are NOTABLE even WITHOUT drinking anywhere NEAR the large amounts the author recommended in the text. (I have 2 sons!) AND "oddly" I exhibit NO "lactose intolerance" when drinking the RAW milk. (Not so surprising perhaps, for the thoughtful.) I had a colleague mention the fact that milk (at the time when the book was written) was likely NOT the commercial non-sense product it is today, but did not have the knowledge base to understand his comment at the time, nor access to real (raw) milk. For those who will try the supersquats pgm with raw milk, I'll repeat the invite to drop a line. To your strength!
Those that think that more exercises and sets will put on more size than an abbreviated routine don't know what they're talking about. Try and see.