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American Bodybuilding Maxx Recovery Rtds, Grape Frost, 18-Ounce (Pack of 24)

American Bodybuilding Maxx Recovery Rtds, Grape Frost, 18-Ounce (Pack of 24)

  • 35 g of Whey Protein
  • 60 g of Stacked Carbs
  • Less than 1 g of Fat
  • Just 6 g of Sugar
  • Energy & Glycogen Replenishment

Premium WHEY PROTEIN ISOLATES plus STACKED CARBS. That’s what you’ll find in Maxx Recovery. Why? Because that’s what your body craves after a workout. Arguably the best protein available, whey gives you a full-complement of amino acids, quickly and completely. Meanwhile, the simple and complex carbohydrates in the Stacked Carbs blend provide immediate and more-sustained energy. Together this time-tested duo provides exactly what’s needed for muscle recovery and glycogen replenishment.

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The New Encyclopedia of Modern Bodybuilding : The Bible of Bodybuilding, Fully Updated and Revised

From elite bodybuilding competitors to gymnasts, from golfers to fitness gurus, anyone who works out with weights must own this book — a book that only Arnold Schwarzenegger could write, a book that has earned its reputation as “the bible of bodybuilding.” Inside, Arnold covers the very latest advances in both weight training and bodybuilding competition, with new sections on diet and nutrition, sports psychology, the treatment and prevention of injuries, and methods of training, each illustra

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  1. 149 of 175 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Must have for anyone interested in bodybuilding on any level, December 3, 1999
    By 
    Alex (Chicago, IL United States) –

    This review is from: The New Encyclopedia of Modern Bodybuilding : The Bible of Bodybuilding, Fully Updated and Revised (Paperback)

    This book has everything you need to know about all aspects of bodybuilding. It starts with basic recommendation and training techniques for the beginner and ends with posing for bodybuilding competitions. The book is well organized, so it is very hard to get lost. In the first few pages, you will find the history of bodybuilding, but following it are the actual programs and sets of exercises that you can use for every workout. There is a beginner program, advanced program, and competition program. Each program has 2 levels of training listing exercises most suitable for each level. If you are a beginner, you can start with level 1 of the beginner training and then eventually move up as you see results. Or you can just start with a level that you see fit for your current shape, as I did. After all the programs, you will find information on how to correctly perform each of the exercises listed in training programs, all with big illustrations (you will see a lot of inspiring pictures of famous bodybuilders). You will also find many different exercises that you can use to alternate your workouts, and also nutritional programs to go with your training. Nutritional programs are divided into different levels as well. I have never used anabolic steroids, and I have no problem performing exercises listed in the book. Some of them may be hard, but not in the beginner training. That’s why you shouldn’t start with advanced training unless you feel comfortable. I started seeing results after as little as 2 weeks after almost no progress for last half a year before I picked up this book. Arnold’s training hits all muscle groups, and some that many people simply miss/disregard, but that are essential for building the best physique. You don’t need steroids to do any of the exercises or to workout for 2 hours a day. In fact, I actually enjoy my every workout more than ever. It is hard to describe 800 page book in a few words, so there are a lot of things in there that I didn’t even mention. You just have to see for yourself. I can’t speak for everyone, but I definately recommend it.

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  2. 36 of 41 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    A positive review with a realistic critique, June 30, 1999
    By A Customer

    I seriously doubt anyone will read this, seeing as how in my estimation entries are listed in order of oldest to most current , but oh well what the heck. I am writing this mainly as a response to the harsh criticism of some of the readers of this book. I am a student of exercise physiology. Although I posess no degree my words are those of an educated person and I feel I have a lot to contribute to the evaluation of this book. Let me start by saying that this book is not meant for beginners in my opinion. I would say that on the whole the information presented is at least 95% accurate, and it is up to the educated bodybuilder to sift through the info that isn’t It is simply unfair to say that the routines and exercises listed will not work on a steroid free bodybuilder. Although the routines are extremely taxing on the body and are not at all appropriate for a beginner, somes peoples bodies are in fact equipped to handle this type of stress. My body as an example is not. There are such great variations between the physiological response of one person as compared to another. For example, I know people who are able to train chest once every three days and achieve phenomenal results. On the other hand for me to train a bodypart such as chest more frequently than every five days results in serious overtraining and stagnation of muscle growth. To summarize, I would say that by using much of the info contained within this book, a person can construct several very useful workouts for themselves. The weider principles are not trash and when used with common sense and hard work can produce astonishing gains in muscle size, strength, and tone. This book provides very useful information even to the seasoned veteran of the discipline of bodybuilding. Although I do see some of the flaws and misinformaion pointed out by the other readers, I would still recomend it to anyone with a reasonable amount of knowledge about the sport who is looking for a comprehensive look at all aspects of bodybuilding. I encourage e-mailed resonses to this entry

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