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Ke422azn
11-04-2008, 11:56 PM
Yes, you might have to read 100+ pages and it might take some "effort". But it sure is more accurate than answers from 15 year olds.

CoQ10
11-05-2008, 12:01 AM
I wouldn't say get *any* book...

Pick up Alan's book Girth Control (www.alanaragon.com/my-book.html) or anything by Lyle McDonald (www.bodyrecomposition.com) or Jamie Hale (www.maxcondition.com).

-C10

141455675
11-05-2008, 01:40 AM
I wouldn't say get *any* book...

Pick up Alan's book Girth Control (www.alanaragon.com/my-book.html) or anything by Lyle McDonald (www.bodyrecomposition.com) or Jamie Hale (www.maxcondition.com).

-C10

This :D

KlimTheSmartCow
11-05-2008, 04:03 AM
Hey!!!! trying to put us out of a job eh??

johnnyironboard
11-05-2008, 05:15 AM
Read them all- over the last 26 years I've read and tried most everything. That was a good way to learn.

Jules Verne
11-05-2008, 05:17 AM
There are a few very smart <20-25 yo here and some experienced BBers that are worth listening to.

You just need to apply some critical thinking and analytical reasoning skills, which you should probably use reading a book anyway.

wildspades
11-05-2008, 09:03 AM
I wouldn't say get *any* book...

Pick up Alan's book Girth Control (www.alanaragon.com/my-book.html) or anything by Lyle McDonald (www.bodyrecomposition.com) or Jamie Hale (www.maxcondition.com).

-C10


I am 155Lbs and reaching for 175Lbs in Lean Muscle Mass. I seek nutritional advice that will cater to my goals. Which book out of the 3 do you suggest for me? Thanks

easye7
11-05-2008, 09:27 AM
I tell everyone looking for someone to make them a diet plan to read the stickies, and maybe come back with more detailed questions, not "tell me what to stick in my mouth".

BlueFenix13S
11-05-2008, 12:03 PM
I am 155Lbs and reaching for 175Lbs in Lean Muscle Mass. I seek nutritional advice that will cater to my goals. Which book out of the 3 do you suggest for me? Thanks

Realize that most nutrition books out there are geared toward weight loss rather than weight gain.

lth
11-05-2008, 12:09 PM
Realize that most nutrition books out there are geared toward weight loss rather than weight gain.

x2....the world doesn't tend to care about building gigantic delts and quads....I'd pick up Alan's Girth Control or look at tom venuto's book BFFM.

CoQ10
11-05-2008, 02:07 PM
I am 155Lbs and reaching for 175Lbs in Lean Muscle Mass. I seek nutritional advice that will cater to my goals. Which book out of the 3 do you suggest for me? Thanks

I would suggest Alan's book. It will give you the tools to create an effective nutrition plan that will cater to your needs.

If you really want to avoid thinking, Lyle's UD 2.0 has a program you can follow, but it's very difficult to stick to.

-C10