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post #61 of 65
Originally Posted by mob View Post
I second that. Just get this book and follow it rigorously.

See the wiki as well;

Most people don't do it right which is hwy they don't see any gains (muscles etc.).

I don't know why this isn't common knowledge by now. I've been doing it for the last four months or so and have put 100 lbs on my squat. I've almost got my work-set weights up to 225 for bench and 135 for the press. I've busted through all my clothing and am currently building a new wardrobe.
post #62 of 65
Definately Starting Strength. Arnie's book is an interesting read, but unless you are on roids, its useless.
post #63 of 65
Core Performance by Mark Verstegen and Pete Williams Reminds me, I need to order a new copy to replace the copy I lost.
post #64 of 65 'Never Gymless' if you're a beginner and 'Infinite Intensity' if advanced. Ross Enamait is a man who definitely knows his stuff. Check out his articles on the site beforehand if you're skeptical.
post #65 of 65
jim wendlers 5/3/1
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