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    Whats a good weight lifting book to read

    well im looking for some reading material, anyone have any ideas?

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    all you need bro is a computer and to be an AR member.

    But if you must read when you cant get on a computer .The Arnold schaarztnegar encyclopedia is preety good and has pretty much everything in there except for AS related issues .(Thats too bad)

    Thats all i go by (how i started off ) now i live here on AR and read Muscular development mags at work and on the shitter lol

    peace

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    Originally posted by thegame01
    ahats all i go by (how i started off ) now i live here on AR and read Muscular development mags at work and on the shitter lol

    I just read AR on the shitter......just drag the laptop in there.....

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    I read alot on here, when i get online thats all i do is read, I look up different lifts, and drugs and such, just seems like i want to read more.

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    Try reading Brawn.

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    Personally, I love the Arnold encyclopedia. Some great stuff in there.

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    If you're looking for some literary entertainment, and not just straight up info, read samuel wilson fussel's "muscle: confessions of an unlikely bodybuilder" Awesome book, extremely well written. Made even better if you research who is father is.

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    Try "supertraining"

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    has anyone read Armstrongs book

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    I like to read flex and muscular devolment every month!

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    Originally posted by Big_Dippin
    Personally, I love the Arnold encyclopedia. Some great stuff in there.
    Ditto

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    I got the Arnold and read Flex every month.

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    Yeah, that big mother F'er by Arnold. I got one by Bill Pearl. It blows, written back in the 80's. Did you know that Bill Pearl is a vegetarian? thats pretty spiffy. Whatever works. But yeah, you will not find a better source for information than the internet and more particularly, this site.
    Good luck

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    Originally posted by BigGreen
    If you're looking for some literary entertainment, and not just straight up info, read samuel wilson fussel's "muscle: confessions of an unlikely bodybuilder" Awesome book, extremely well written. Made even better if you research who is father is.
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    read that book myself 3 times...great read.

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    if you play football, go buy the strength and conditioning book written by the Nebraska strength and conditioning coach, with foreword by Tom Osborne.....there are some outstanding workouts in there.

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    Fatback that sounds like a good book, looks like im gonna become a nerd and read a book

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