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Strength Training (Recommended for Men who are 15% Body Fat or Less, and Women who are 22% Body Fat or Less)

 

Arnold : The Education of a Bodybuilder - Arnold Schwarzenegger - Simon & Schuster - 1993

 

Even though this book was originally published in 1977, the information in it is very relevant to the bodybuilder of today. Arnold 's plans are simple and clearly spelled out.

 

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Strength Training Anatomy - Frederic Delavier - Paperback - Human Kinetics - 2001

 

This book is an excellent weight training reference for insight into the anatomy of the major muscle groups, and the exercises best suited to train specific muscles.
The book is broken down into seven major muscle groups: arms, shoulders, chest, back, legs, buttocks, and abdomen. Within each muscle group are multiple exercises, each comprised of detailed anatomical illustrations, instructions on performing the exercises, and key information such as variations (for specific focus on particular muscles) and warnings (to avoid injury).

 

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The New Encyclopedia of Modern Bodybuilding: The Bible of Bodybuilding, Fully Updated and Revised - Arnold Schwarzenegger, Bill Dobbins - Simon & Schuster - 1999

 

This is a fantastic reference guide and one of the most complete bodybuilding books around. It covers virtually every exercise you can think of in great detail -- how to perform the exercise, which part of the muscle is used, etc. Beyond this it contains a wealth of information about designing training programs for different body types and skill levels and how to prepare to be a competitive bodybuilder.
Although, we do not necessarily recommend lifting 6 days per week, it is worth the money just as an exercise reference -- even if you aren't interesting in competitive bodybuilding

 

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