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    BEST BB'ing Books out there?

    Hey guys i was looking at lots of different bb'ing books out there with lots of great reviews on most of them and was wondering what you all thought were some of the top ones out there with the best info?

    The one that peaked my interest the most was one i have never heard anything about except for the author Joe Weider and i saw the ad on the FLEX magazine site.

    Check it out and lemme know what you guys think or if you have any other recommendations! Thanks!

    http://www.musclestuff.com/huge.html

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    Here are 4 books for you. The last one is a text book.

    Encyclopedia of Modern Bodybuilding
    By Arnold Schwarzenegger

    Beyond Brawn, The Insider's Encyclopedia on How to Build Muscle & Might
    By Stuart McRobert

    The Insider's Tell-All Handbook on Weight-Training Technique
    By Stuart McRobert

    Exercise Physiology: Energy, Nutrition and Human Performance
    By William D. Mcardle, Frank I. Katch, Victor L Katch

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    Quote Originally Posted by BASK8KACE
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    Beyond Brawn, The Insider's Encyclopedia on How to Build Muscle & Might
    By Stuart McRobert
    i havent read that but ive got brawn and i thought that was really good.
    I liked mike mentzers heavy duty book as well, but i wouldnt reccomend it to a newbie looking to buy his first book.
    First one i got was the enccyclopedia of bb by musclemag. That was pretty good. I think its better then arnies encyclodedia. It talks openly about drugs etc. But its about 10 years old and a bit out of date now.

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    Nice... ill definately look into those books.

    What do u guys think about that flex mag book?... the link is posted above

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    Quote Originally Posted by S R H
    Nice... ill definately look into those books.

    What do u guys think about that flex mag book?... the link is posted above
    i wouldnt buy any book written by flex considering they go by the "all ifbb pros dont use drugs" credo. Almost all their training info leads to over training. I think huge is just a poor copy of brawn.

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