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Thanks. even cheaper at Google play books where it is $6.99 - and if you have the $5 off coupon there it's very sweet. Gonna get swole next year. Looking thick, solid, tight.
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I will say the first series of this book was/is one of my favorite and longest kept hard copy books. I used it on an Iraq deployment back in 07 and I put on and kept the 11lbs of muscle.

Despite all the praise I can give this man and his writings, after the first book the rest just repeat the first book, to include this one which I also own. His cookbooks also are repetitive.

Stick with the first book.
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I will say the first series of this book was/is one of my favorite and longest kept hard copy books. I used it on an Iraq deployment back in 07 and I put on and kept the 11lbs of muscle.

Despite all the praise I can give this man and his writings, after the first book the rest just repeat the first book, to include this one which I also own. His cookbooks also are repetitive.

Stick with the first book.
Thanks...let's say you haven't read the first book. This one ok as a standalone?

I'm more in the camp of "strength over physique" (after wasting many many years trying to look a certain way, which was unattainable). A fraction of the time to get stronger was far more useful (Mark Rippetoe, etc).
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The audacity! When will they give the covers of books like this to topless women. I find it sexist and will only support once change is made.
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Everything in that book can be found in the internet.
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Step 1. Take steroids.
Step 2. Lift
Step 3. Eat protein
Step 4. Peptides and human growth hormones

Step 5. use this book as a dust magnet.
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Everything in that book can be found in the internet.
Along with much, much, MUCH more which is kinda the problem.

The appeal of a book like this it to filter through the garbage and bro science.
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Everything in that book can be found in the internet.
Honestly this is my problem with pretty much any book.
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I got ripped eating thin cut sirloin steak, tuna croquettes, mashed potatoes, sweet peppers, protein waffles and a whole lot of watermelon and water. For snacks quest protein bars.
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I will say the first series of this book was/is one of my favorite and longest kept hard copy books. I used it on an Iraq deployment back in 07 and I put on and kept the 11lbs of muscle.

Despite all the praise I can give this man and his writings, after the first book the rest just repeat the first book, to include this one which I also own. His cookbooks also are repetitive.

Stick with the first book.
What his first one or his best in your opinion?
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I eat the protein drink and only do my workout machine once a week and I am putting on weight.. just use the protein drink. you don't need books or have to do too much since you pay for the reseach. I like eating the NO exploed trust me
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I eat the protein drink and only do my workout machine once a week and I am putting on weight.. just use the protein drink. you don't need books or have to do too much since you pay for the reseach. I like eating the NO exploed trust me
We're talking about putting on lean muscle, not fat.
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I got ripped eating thin cut sirloin steak, tuna croquettes, mashed potatoes, sweet peppers, protein waffles and a whole lot of watermelon and water. For snacks quest protein bars.
How many calories a day?
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