Good Reads

Discussion in 'Training' started by ladybug, May 5, 2006.

  1. ladybug

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    .....I suggest Berardi....
     
  2. Erik

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    Are you a G-Flux fan? Train 25 hours per week?
     
  3. krispy1138

    krispy1138 Guest

    What about Lyle McDonald? I really liked the Flexible Dieting book.
     
  4. Erik

    Erik Admin

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    His books are good.
     
  5. ladybug

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    :confused: :confused:

    ooops!

    no, there shall be no amount of training even close to 25 hours per week :oops: :oops:
     
  6. Leah

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    Um....ya gotta put in the articles....:p
     
  7. ladybug

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    you mean you want me to WORK???? :eek:
     
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  14. rachel.

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    any good books I can get at, say, Chapters? :)
     
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  17. hana

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    I just finished "The New Rules of Lifting" by Schuler and Cosgrove. It's a good read- easy to follow :)
     
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    Starting Strength

    The best descriptions of the squat, deadlift, bench press, standing shoulder press, and power clean and general training for a novice lifter. Just about all levels of lifters will at the very least be made to think by this book if not learn something. Excellent coaching tips for each lift.

    When paired with Practical Programming (to be released August 30th), most will never need another book on training. Ever.
     

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