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    Does anyone have any recommendations on informative books they've read about Bodybuilding, Training, or any related topic?

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    Brawn
    Beyond Brawn
    Practical Programming for Strength Training
    Starting Strength
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    Block Periodization
    Supertraining
    Periodization: Theory and Methodology
    Westside Book of Methods
    5/3/1
    The Juggernaut Method
    Under The Bar
    Gluteal Amnesia
    Enhancing Recovery
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    I've enjoyed reading the Metabolic Diet, it was helpful on a carb cycling way.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rodja View Post
    Block Periodization
    Supertraining
    Periodization: Theory and Methodology
    Westside Book of Methods
    5/3/1
    The Juggernaut Method
    Under The Bar
    Gluteal Amnesia
    Enhancing Recovery
    Supertraining is an excellent book. I purchased it after you recommended it. It might be pricy for some, but it is an excellent read.
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    Quote Originally Posted by fadi View Post
    Supertraining is an excellent book. I purchased it after you recommended it. It might be pricy for some, but it is an excellent read.
    It's a great resource that has stood the test of time.
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    Thx guys, i'll look into em
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    Stuart McRobert is coming out with a new book centered around Peary Rader's 20 rep squat (Widdow Maker). He claimed the book will substitute some lifts with newer ones that were not available at the time when Peary designed his.

    I'm picking up the book to see what it is about when it is released next month, but not sure I will follow it. I've done 20 reps breathing squats before and they are brutal. He better not include the 20 rep deadlifts in his program either.
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