I have been reading BRAWN by Stuart McRoberts, and from his point of view I what gets lost with the typical mcrobert follower is the lack of. Stuart McRobert (born in England) is a writer on strength training, best known as the Brawn (); The Insider’s Tell-All Handbook On Weight- Training. I’ve known McRobert for nearly 25 years. I devoured his first book, BRAWN, the very evening it arrived in my mailbox all the way from Cyprus.

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If anything, that alone has helped me tremendously. Whether you’re just starting strength training, brawh you’re a training veteran, if you want to build muscle quickly, and lots of it, this is the book for you.

Routines are also to be entered into gradually, again to prevent injury. Brawn, beyond brawn,and further brawn, they are great and in my opinion just mcrobrrt written. Are you at those sorts of numbers? I’ve not gotten around yet to buying microplates but sounds like it is a necessity – I’m hoping to do the double progression of increasing reps first then poundage e.

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I am returning it. This is a very good book for all levels of trainees and goes against the conventional “wisdom” of the bodybuilding world that you have to lift until you vomit to make any substantial gains.


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Obsessed with being skinny since youth, I realized that the muscle-bound hulks of this world are drug dependent. This is the book that started it all: Amazon Drive Cloud storage from Amazon. Most people should use shorter but more intense workouts that are properly balanced with their genetically-determined ability to recover and grow stronger.

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How to Gain 30 Pounds of Muscle in 6 Weeks. We greatly exhaust our ability to recover. That is a GOOD thing. Lift, sip, log, rest, repeat Try the Kindle edition and experience these great reading features: I’ve made many of these mistakes, and worked through countless injuries.

He recommends things that he never did in his previous books brawn, beyond brawn, further brawn and it’s just not the same. The most important aspect he emphasizes is perfect exercise form, you can be thinking you’redoing the exercise correctly, but think again.

Would you like to tell us about a lower price? His first article was published in Iron Man magazine, in July, Then you’ll experience the muscle-building magic yourself, throughout your physique. This book is well written. Trap Bar Training Book 2.

The best book in the Stuart McRobert series Not to mention it’s pretty repetitive. The take away from this review, purchase his other books. One of the worst things you could do to derail progress would be to sneak in additional training.


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Top Reviews Most recent Top Reviews. Because each person is different, he encourages experimentation with work-out routines, intensity levels, and nutrition. It’s essential that you apply it properly. His focus on the major compound exerises, ie: McRobert is focused on strength training for the brawnn ” hardgainer “; someone who is not a natural athlete i. It also provides a brief overview of all the training fundamentals you need to know, to bring you quickly up to speed even if you’ve not yet read any of Stuart’s other books.

Page 1 of 1 Start over Page 1 of 1. Passion doesn’t pay the bills. I wish I’d read the first book ‘Brawn’ 15 years ago when it came out! Withoutabox Submit to Film Festivals. I wonder if there is any another book on earth like Brawn?

That was one of my fav books back in the day. People they pray for poor folks”- John Thompson, long time head basketball coach at Georgetown University.