Brawn is something totally different. McRobert challenges most contemporary bodybuilding advice, and focuses on things that actually work for typical trainees. Perhaps the most effective training routines for the the vast majority of the population, come from Stuart McRobert in his book, “Brawn”. 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.

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I’ve made many of these mistakes, and worked through countless injuries. Basic Barbell Training, 3rd edition. I am changing my workout to follow these principles, and see for my self if they work for me.

Thomas rated it liked it Nov 12, So many of us have been brainwashed by mainstream exercise experts that we need to have the truth repeated over and over again.

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So, yes, McRobert is indeed serious, and so am I. But I DO think his ideas are too conservative for most people. Customers who viewed this item also viewed. Jan 29, Art rated it really liked it.

This is what you get with hard gainer magazine as well as his books. This information it’s for someone who wants the real deal on how to get stronger. At best, progress stalls. Watson Davis rated it really liked it Feb 26, Well, in addition to upper-body work, make sure you are going all out on the squat!

Most of us mere mortals! Myself, I train only days a week depending on my energy and focus. Lift, sip, log, rest, repeat So this does not help the year-old wanting to gain muscle for football or simply the year-old who wants to gain more strength.

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McRoberts outlines how to get more results with less work. I read this book back inand it has formed the foundation for 20 years of lifting. This page was last edited on 16 Septemberat McRobert has a whole lot more to say about training than I can convey in a single article. My routines were based on the principles he outlined.

But, you may be able to build a physique that looks similar to the statues of ancient Greek warriors and athletes.

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Share your thoughts with other customers. Read reviews that mention beyond brawn weight training stuart mcrobert tell-all handbook genetically gifted years ago handbook on weight-training weight-training technique insiders tell-all bench press big and strong genetically average hardgainer strength training build muscle old school need to know stuart mcroberts muscle mass bigger and stronger.

I bet the kid dismissed this gem as being too simple to work, and instead went searching for some complex solution. The most important aspect he emphasizes is perfect exercise form, you can be thinking you’redoing the exercise correctly, but think again. I was reading Brawn and Dinosaur Training at the same time.

McRobert is focused on strength training for the so-called ” hardgainer “; someone who is not a natural athlete i. Mental Characteristics of Successful Powerlifters.

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Nick Lo rated it really liked it Nov 26, His published writing is a treasure trove of advice for anyone serious about getting big and strong. I liked mcgobert fact that he uses a conservative approach to training. Or which was the first book to explain thoroughly the best way for typical bodybuilders to build a bigger leaner body without steroids? By choosing only a handful of lifts, and training each just one time per week, the trainee gives equal attention to the all-important recovery mcrobet of the training equation.


Get fast, free shipping with Amazon Prime. Bryan Hutchinson rated it really liked it Mar 12, If, on the other hand, you plan to invest serious time and effort in resistance training, this is a “must-read” for all levels and types. Obsessed with being skinny since youth, I realized that the muscle-bound hulks of this world are drug dependent. Real men hit the weights AND do their cardio. Beyond Brawn is a birthday gift I will be getting next month – can’t wait to read it. Gives ordinary people good guides on how to get the most out of your genetic lot.

And, in my opinion, even more importantly, professional bodybuilders are using anabolic steroids. The best way to do that is to get strong on a few important exercises. I certainly recommend adding it to your library, but never rely on just one source for lifting advice.

I wish I’d read the first book ‘Brawn’ in when it came out! Mar 24, Branden rated it it was amazing. Stephen Davis rated it it was amazing Mar 06, The key difference between McRobert’s books and modern “How to make easy gains for hardgainers Book” stuff is that McRobert does not try to sell you anything in his books, so you can believe he was sincere.

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