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    I always hated reading unless it was the sports column of a newspaper. Just recently I started the book called "Stronger Minds, Stronger Bodies", because of my passion for lifting. Anyway, long story short, I absolutely love it and can't wait to I get through this book to read another book about bodybuilding. Are there any bodybuilding books that you swear by, or are just flat out must reads? Thank You
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    "Keys To The Inner Universe," by Bill Pearl

    "Girth Control" by Alan Aragon

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    Originally Posted by ironwill2008 View Post
    "Keys To The Inner Universe," by Bill Pearl

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    "Starting Strength" is geared towards strength/vs BB'ing but it's a great read
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    Originally Posted by Bando View Post
    "Starting Strength" is geared towards strength/vs BB'ing but it's a great read
    ^^^^ Excellent read for beginners; lots of good info for anyone getting into any discipline of weight training.
    No brain, no gain.

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    Originally Posted by ironwill2008 View Post
    ^^^^ Excellent read for beginners; lots of good info for anyone getting into any discipline of weight training.
    Second this. I wasn't a complete noob, but I've been inefficient in my efforts a lot of the time. Might as well have been new in some regards. I didn't end up rolling with his actual program too long, but the general concepts and in depth form discussions on the basic BB lifts are well worth the read.
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