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The lexicon of muscle-building, and training - Part 61

O-type training — it just won't work for most people. I'll tell you about some things that do work.'

“BRAWN has most bodybuilding books beaten hands down in the depth department, but its biggest contribution just might be its breadth: BRAWN introduces you to 90-some percent of the factors that will determine your ultimate success in the gym. This is a very useful book, which can help a lot of people make tremendous bodybuilding progress.”

– Randall J. Strossen, Ph.D., Publisher of MILO

“BRAWN has no hype, no bull, and no commercial messages. It's the real thing and genuinely needed in this field.”

– Dr. Ken E. Leistner, Co-founder of Iron Island Gym, New York

BEYOND BRAWN

BEYOND BRAWN is 512 pages of information about every facet of bodybuilding, and weight training in general. Now in a third edition.

This book is not just for novices. It can save you years of wasted toil regardless of your level of training experience. It will propel you into the detailed, practical know-how needed to turn you into an expertly informed bodybuilder or strength trainee. You can learn all of this from just a few weeks of serious study.

Then apply what you learn and you'll develop a degree of muscle and might that will make a mockery of what you would have achieved had you stayed with other training methods.

BEYOND BRAWN will take you right “inside” weight training, to study the practical reality of applying knowledge. It's not a theoretical treatise, or a pack of pseudo-scientific hokum.

Table of contents

Introduction

How this book will help you

SECTION 1: Establishing a secure foundation

1.

Setting the scene for building muscle and might

2.

General philosophy for outstanding development

3.

All-time #1 practical priorities

4.

Expectations — how much muscle and might you can expect

5.

How to plan your growth

6.

Where to train, and the equipment you need

SECTION 2: How to train

7.

How to set up your training cycles for big returns

8.

How to achieve your fastest gains

9.

Hard work — the biggest test of training character

10.

Exercise selection and technique

11.

How to perform your reps

12.

How to design your own training programs

13.

How to personalize your training programs

14.

How to avoid the plague of overtraining

15.

How to milk your training cycles dry of gains

16.

Twenty-three extras for maximizing training productivity

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