Issue Date: November 2009 Web Features, Posted On: 11/11/2009
Recommended Reading from Shelby: Body by Science By Doug McGuff, MD and John Little
If you’re a fan of high-intensity, low-duration exercise, you’ll love this book. Physician Doug McGuff teamed up with bodybuilding leader John Little to outline the science behind maximizing muscle development in minimal time.
Body by Science is a good review on muscle formation and presents a compelling prescription of high-intensity doses of resistance training. Loaded with diagrams and thorough explanations, it’s a solid book for any strength training library.
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