12-03-2002, 02:45 PM #1
Mick Hart's 'The Layman's Guides...' review
I've reviewed UK Steroid Guru Mick Hart's two books 'The Layman's Guide to Steroids I and II' over at
I got so much from these books that I just wanted to let you guys know about the books. If nothing else they are a real laff to read (Mick has a fantastic writing style!) and if you have any doubts about gear then these books will really help you out.
Okay enough spiel already. Seriously though guys, check these books out.
12-03-2002, 06:05 PM #2
12-03-2002, 06:14 PM #3
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BUMP...great read fellas!!
12-03-2002, 08:24 PM #4
thanks for the links Bros
12-04-2002, 02:27 AM #5
Mick Hart's a great guy... he just tells it as it is!
I certainly learned a thing or two from reading his books
12-04-2002, 02:53 AM #6
Having only seen his video I have to strongly disagree, the information he provided was low grade, and not a remotely beneficial when compared to other works, inc. Chemical Warfare, Anabolics 2000 WAR etc, A layman's guide very much so, for an absolute beginner maybe you get something from these books, but if you approach it again further down the line I'll think your agree, utter shite.
12-04-2002, 03:08 AM #7
I've not seen his video but I agree - for advanced users then these books might not be the right ones (though you'll enjoy reading them despite that) but for beginners and people confused about some of the basics (such as injecting safely) they are VERY appropriate.
If you do purchase a copy bro, I'd be very interested to hear your opinions on the books.
12-04-2002, 03:14 AM #8Associate Member
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yeah I read it and I must say it's good for the roids beginners...nothing very major to learn for a more experienced juicer...
12-04-2002, 03:27 AM #9
I'll have a look through one, I may have been a little harsh there! lol, to be fair I was annoyed when I watched the video as I expected so much more and was disappointed and insulted by the material, but he does push safe AAS use so I will have to give him that.
I suppose I must consider not all of us began at AR, my path to AAS started with books, the internet and then second-hand experience and finally personal experience, when you have followed that path the layman's guide takes you back to day one, and if I had read that book first it no doubt would have set me on the right track.
Always good to look at things differently, thanks.
12-04-2002, 03:39 AM #10
BA - yeah, exactly right mate. If you are starting out these books are perfect.
If you read one of them, read the second one - more advanced subjects than the first.
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