"Doing more exercise with less intensity,"
Arthur Jones believes, "has all but
destroyed the actual great value
of weight training. Something
must be done . . . and quickly."
The New Bodybuilding for
Old-School Results supplies
MUCH of that "something."
This is one of 93 photos of Andy McCutcheon that are used in The New High-Intensity Training to illustrate the recommended exercises.
To find out more about McCutcheon and his training, click here.
I've just ordered Bigger Muscles in 42 days and Grow.I'm just wondering if anyone here has these books and can tell me what to expect?.The reviews for them were fantastic.I ordered them through Amazon.com
The only Dr. Darden book that I currently have is Big,Which is awesome.Are the 2 books that I've ordered similar as far as routines go?.
I have been collecting Dr. Darden's books since I was in high school. You're going to love them. They all have great before and after photo's. You might try to find a copy of high intensity strength training as it is one of my all time favorites...
My favorite of his would have to be the Nautilus Advanced Bodybuilding book w/Boyer Coe on the cover...
my favorite is the nautilus advanced bodybuilding book.this is the book that got me serious about strength training.i must have bought 3 or 4 copies of that book over the years.
i would give them to friends in high school who thought i was out of my mind talking about traing 3 times per week with 1 set per exercise.so, i would give them the book to convince them that this makes a great deal of sense.they probably never read the book and i wouldnt even get it back.
i havent seen that book in years but it stuck in my head and i have been training intelligently for 25 plus years.i wish i could find another copy of that book.it was so well written.i must have read it 50 times.
I really enjoyed both Bigger Muscles in 42 Days and also Grow. The routines are pretty different, but each book has people who actually went through the program and made significant progress. I always found their stories to be inspiring.
As others have mentioned, BIG is also very good.
But, I have to point out to you that I think that his two latest books, The New High Intensity Training, and the New Bodybuilding for Old School Results, are my favorite books that he has written.
He has written a lot of books and every one of them is worth a read.
I'm not the world's strongest guy but I hold my own, and I have never had a single injury in my 14 years of strength training. I attribute this to following Darden's advice.