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Maximum Strength: Get Your Strongest Body in 16 Weeks with the Ultimate Weight-Training Program Paperback – May 13 2008
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"Indianapolis Star," 5/27/08
"Looking for a good weight-training program? Try reading "Maximum Strength,""
"This is truly a unique program and perfect for advanced lifters looking for a serious challenge."
"Miami Herald" 7/15/08
"The illustrations and detailed instructions will help you work all muscle groups and achieve the results you desire."
About the Author
Eric Cressey , M.S., CSCS, renowned strength coach and nationally ranked powerlifter, is a regular contributor to Testosterone Nation, Men's Fitness, and Rugged Magazine. He lives in Massachusetts. Matt Fitzgerald is the author/coauthor of seven books. He writes regularly for several publications, including Maxim, Men's Fitness, and Men's Health. He lives in Northern California.
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So if you are looking at this book, go ahead and purchase it and check out his website at ericcressey.com, he is a very intelligent coach and writes excellent programs.
But make sure you also buy the latest edition of Starting Strength by Mark Rippetoe, read it from cover to cover, and follow it like it was passed down on a stone tablet.
Between the two books you'll probably be much better off than when you started.
You can't go wrong with this... Unless, for some reason, you didn't want to get stronger!?!?