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by Stuart McRobert

Subcategory: Health, Diets and Fitness
Author: Stuart McRobert
ISBN: 9963783805
ISBN13: 978-9963783809
Language: English
Publisher: CS Pub; Rev Ed edition (1991)
Pages: 231
Fb2 eBook: 1790 kb
ePub eBook: 1965 kb
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Brawn : Bodybuilding for the Drug-Free and Genetically Typical. That book shows you how to use perfect form in the gym. There is no point in going here unless you get that right first. Learn Squatting, Deadlifts and Bench Presses. Then when you have spent a few months learning them and have experimented with the other exercises, get this book and read it. Brawn is 225 pages of text without any pictures.

Ever wondered which book was the first to expose the bodybuilding lie "train like a champion to become a champion . Stuart McRobert in an authority on exercise

And it's the classic guide that started a natural bodybuilding revolution. Stuart McRobert in an authority on exercise. He has over 30 years of training experience, has had hundreds of articles published, and is the author of four other books on exercise and physique transformation.

Most bodybuilding books are alike. Brawn is totally different and directly challenges most comtemporary body building advice. Most importantly, Brawn focuses on the techniques, routines and strategies that actually work for typical bodybuilders.

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Brawn: Bodybuilding for the drug-free and genetically typical. McRobert is not an armchair coach. Without drugs, and with just normal genetics, he built 45 pounds of muscle, transformed his physique, and deadlifted 400 pounds for a set of 20 reps. He still practices what he teaches, and as he approaches age 60 he continues to be strong, lean, flexible, and fit.

Stuart McRobert Interview with Bob Whelan - NATURAL STRENGTH NIGHT podcast . It is still the first book I recommend to my clients.

Stuart McRobert Interview with Bob Whelan - NATURAL STRENGTH NIGHT podcast - (episode 21) - 2 Nov 14. Tonight it’s an honor for me to have as our guest Stuart McRobert, the publisher of Hardgainer Magazine. It was an honest magazine for the drug free trainee, and whose message was strongly against the use of drugs. The good news is HARDGAINER magazine is now being digitized, under the title of BODYBUILDING GOLD MINE.

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Это: "Stuart McRoberts New BRAWN Series: Book 1: How to Build Up to 50 Pounds of Muscle the Natural Way". The guidance in this book teaches Course 1. Before anabolic steroids started to infest the body-building world, variations of Course 1 were famous, popular, and responsible for building tons of muscle. But in the 1960s, when the use of steroids became popular among competitive body-builders, the popularity of Course 1 began to wane.

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If you thought Arnold Schwarzenegger put Graz, Austria on the bodybuilding map, how about Stuart McRobert and Nicosia, Cyprus? Imagine, one man, on a Mediterranean island no less, who has the audacity to directly challenge most contemporary bodybuilding advice. Instead of being another me-too bodybuilding book, Brawn is unique: its tone is serious, its manner evangelical, but most importantly, its focus is on things that actually work for the average trainee. "Drugs are evil and the scourge of bodybuilding," says McRobert, in effect "and forget about Mr O-type training -- it just won't work for most people. I'll tell you some things that do work". Brawn has most bodybuilding books beaten hands down in the depth department, but its biggest contribution just might be in breadth: Brawn introduces you to over 90 percent of the factors that will determine your ultimate success in the gym. A very useful book, which can help a lot of people to make tremendous bodybuilding progress.
Comments to eBook Brawn: Bodybuilding for the drug-free and genetically typical
kewdiepie
Have been training and studying body mechanics, nutrition, body-building, and sports performance for nearly 8 years now. This book is a great read with solid information. Would recommend to anyone! There are far too many misinformed fitness fanatics who either fall very short of their expectations or who eventually injure themselves following routines and nutrition advice from athletes who are using steroids. This book is part of the small amount of valuable literature addressing this issue and offers very valuable, full-proof advice to natural "body builders".

Touches on the mindset of a "hard-gainer" and "genetically average" lifter, the value of setting realistic goals, using progressive workouts, setting benchmarks, using proper form and consistent lifting techniques as to provide a proper gauge to measure progress, and honestly does a great job at motivating the reader. Also touches on nutrition and abbreviated routines (which is definitely worth a try).

Good read and a must buy for beginner, natural body-builders.
Pemand
This book is aimed for a bodybuilder who has typical genetics, does not use anabolic steroids, and has a life outside the gym. The author does not advocate two-hour long workouts with 15 sets for each bodypart, as seems to be the case with some more conventional books. Still, this is not high intensity training, per se.
The author advocates the basic lifts and training style from the golden era of bodybuilding, when Reg Park and John Grimeg were dominant figures in the field. The emphasis is on squat, deadlift, stiff-legged deadlift, chins, dips and the like. Interestingly, McRobert even uses somewhat archaic names for the excercises, like overhead press for military press, and he advocates paying attention to grip and neck work. These issues are not handled routinely in most modern bodybuilding books.
I was surprised to find out that the author advises to train two, or even three total body workouts every week. I have been used to train each bodypart directly once in ten days, so that was almost a shock to me, especially considering that the author is otherwise against the modern trend of frequent and extensive workouts. However, as I read along, I discovered that actually, the author now advocates dividing the body to two or three parts, and doing the rotation once a week, of even less frequently. The confusion developed because the text from the first edition has not been edited at all, even if the author has changed his opinion towards a given matter. Rather, there is a boxed, "important note for the second edition" to note that now the author has different opinion on the matter. This can be very confusing, as in some matters, the authors' opinion has changed considerably, and the boxed note for second edition sometimes is not located right after the outdated information.
There is not a single picture of graph in the book. At first, that made the book appear to be heavy to read, but actually the text is very easy to read. Perhaps on some occasions a picture or two would have made it easier to understand what the author is saying, but as he can explain the things very well, I believe that I have not missed anything.
And speaking of pictures, there has been some criticism that as the author does not pose in his books, the training system is not believable. I have read dozens of training books, and I believe that there has not been a single picture of the author posing in any of the books, unless the book has been authored (or co-authored) by a professional bodybuilder or the like. Therefore, I don't understand this kind of critic.
This kind of training worked well for all great bodybuilders of the golden era, in a time before steroids, and when even the stars had to work for a living. Therefore, as man has not evolved considerably in past 50 years or so, the same principles work today, for a person who does not use steroids, and works for a living. Even without its' flaws, as the book is crammed with information that relates to typical, drug-free bodybuilder, it is highly recommended.
ARE
I've spent many long hours in the gym for 15+ years. I always modeled myslef after Arnold and followed his Encyclopedia of BB to the letter. At 240 lbs of muscle (6'2)I hit a brick wall. I just couldn't grow or get stronger. McRobert's book really turns the Arnold theory around. Having spent about 1 month now following the advice given in this book, I feel much more rested and ready to push to the limit. He recommends more compound movements whereas most BB mags push isolation. I am buying his later books also. Hopefully in these he will reveal to the readers how important it is to be a meat-eater if your goals follow what is written in his 1st book. 4/5 stars due to rambling writing style. Hard to follow.
Framokay
If you're just starting out or you've been a lifelong weight lifter you need to read this book. It is simply the best out there. It will guide you safely and effectively with no hype and unrealistic expectations. The author's committment to the safety of his readers is ovbious on every page. Please do yourself and anyone you know would benefit a favor and read this now. Especially important for young lifters to provide a sound basis for training.
Akinozuru
This book is the absolute bible for those of us who are 100% lifetime naturals.. I re read it yearly and buy the book as a gift for others
Forcestalker
The best book on drug free training.
Tori Texer
This is a great book full of useful information. I use the book almost as a reference when putting together workout plans. If I lost this book, I would buy it again.
Awesome book
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