BOOKS??

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  1. vegpedlr

    vegpedlr More than 500 posts

    First reference to macrobiotics I’ve seen in forever. I’m a fan too. I like the philosophy, and the recipes.
     
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  2. q.Hung

    q.Hung More than 500 posts

    10 days of number 7 diet, huh ;) but seriously, when i started macrobiotics, my mind was being still at the first time, and i can actually follow only 1 program for the first time.
     
  3. Kiacek

    Kiacek More than 300 posts

    Fitness Favorite:
    • The Naked Warrior by Pavel
      • Because it was the first Pavel book that I read years ago.
      • Because it's the only fitness type book that I've read recently.
     
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  4. SamTon

    SamTon Double-Digit Post Count

    Training: Simple and Sinister. But I like fictional books more, so Roger Joseph Zelazny is my choice
     
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  5. Bro Mo

    Bro Mo Quadruple-Digit Post Count

    Purposefully Primitive, Marty Gallagher
    Different examples of training and identifying what was similar to find truth.

    Hero With a Thousand Faces, Joseph Campbell
    Different examples of myth and identifying what was similar to find truth.
     
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  6. Denny Phillips

    Denny Phillips Triple-Digit Post Count

    Training: Can You Go?

    Non-training:
    Stranger in a Strange Land (Heinlein)
    Cat's Cradle (Vonnegut)
     
  7. LukeV

    LukeV Triple-Digit Post Count

    Many great books above and I would add Brawn and Beyond Brawn for the influence they had on me in recognising that less can be more when it comes to training for hypertrophy.

    Body By Science is easy reading and while I only dabbled with the super slow method for hypertrophy my experience did support it as a great option for people who are seriously time restricted.
     
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  8. Marlon Leon

    Marlon Leon Triple-Digit Post Count

    Training books:
    - Purposeful Primitive by Marty Gallagher.
    It encompasses all parts of training including the mental part. Made me rethink all I thought about cardio. Brilliantly written.

    - Olympic Weightlifting by Tommy Kono
    Great instructions but even more so a wealth of wisdom and stories to learn from.

    Non-training books that had a profound effect on me.
    - Anna Karenina by Tolstoy
    - Hamlet by Shakespeare
    - The Brothers Karamazov by Dostoyeski
     
  9. 23rdwave

    23rdwave Triple-Digit Post Count

    Pavel Trilogy
    Power to the People
    Naked Warrior
    Beyond Bodybuilding

    Beckett Trilogy
    Molloy
    Malone Dies
    The Unnamable
     
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  10. q.Hung

    q.Hung More than 500 posts

    this one is good, i really enjoy it. Pavel took an example about Vronsky from this book ( eat steak, avoid starch,...)
     
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  11. william bad butt

    william bad butt Triple-Digit Post Count

    Pavels books, so many to list.

    10/20/Life, Brian Carroll

    Back Mechanic, Stu McGill

    Gift of Injury, Brian Carroll and Stu McGill

    Dinosaur Training, Brooks Kubik

    My current favorite fiction author is Peter Clines
     

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