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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Originally Posted by Trailer Boy. This information it’s for someone who wants the real deal on how to get stronger.

No amount of research can tell you that! The problem most people have is the low amount of volume recommended. Don’t be like them. No nonsense information and routines on drug-free weight training. I think that Stuart McRoberts programs are good programs, and that he is sincere in trying to help “hardgainers” and naturals.

No trivia or quizzes yet. 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.

It’s the real thing and genuinely needed. McRobert has a whole lot more to say about training than I can convey in a single article.

What about my inner pecs, upper pecs, medial head of my deltoids, and rear delts? Books by Stuart McRobert. Reece rated it really liked barwn Jun 12, If you want to learn to play the piano, for example, practice correctly, and then practice some more. That is exactly how we trained “over 50 years ago”. Please help by adding reliable sources. Get fast, free shipping with Amazon Prime.


Stuart is in reality land when it comes to practical common-sense training for the average trainee who has difficulty making progress. Obsessed with being skinny since youth, I realized that the muscle-bound hulks of this world are drug dependent. Despite all this, it had some interesting ways to look at things and provides a good introduction to the more bodybuilding side of strength training.

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His programs for newbies and more experienced lifters focuses on build a base of strength before focusing on building muscle, build progressive strength with the basic compound lifts, muscle gains will follow.

If you take steroids you will not find his information as helpful.

Inside the Mind of Stuart McRobert — Training Advice You’re Not Following

Fall asleep drooling on the keys, and wake up with your fingers in place to begin playing again. Bookmarks Bookmarks Digg del. This is the book that started it all: The steroids make it possible for them to do marathon workouts, recover q I hated the first 30 pages, but greatly enjoyed the rest of the book. Not sure what was updated in them.

I devoured his first book, BRAWN, the very evening it arrived in my mailbox all the way from Cyprus, sometime around I was reading Brawn and Dinosaur Training at the same time. Gives ordinary people good guides on how braqn get the most out of your genetic lot. So, yes, McRobert is indeed serious, and so am I.

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For anyone interested in lifting weights this is a book that you MUST own. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. You must have JavaScript enabled in your browser to utilize the functionality of this website.

Twelve weeks is nothing; hardly a blip on the radar of what will hopefully be a lifelong commitment to strength training. Passion doesn’t pay the bills. This biography of a living person needs additional citations for verification. As I read through this book, I could feel my cheeks burning. Thanks for the life-changing if not life-saving information.

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It puts paid to the typical volume junkie you have to do bodypart specific split routines etuart train 4 5 6 days a week to build muscle garbage that is pushed mcrobeert most of the bodybuilding media. I almost didn’t get past the first two chapters, because it was so hard to admit that my training had been so seriously wrong for such a long time. What has all that flailing around with dumbbells and cables gotten you? English Choose a language for shopping.

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