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Brain Gains: 5 Books Every Bodybuilder Should Read

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There are countless books out there promising you sweet gains, for little to no work. You and I both know that empty promises are a waste of time, bodybuilding is a grind. Here are the 5 best bodybuilding (and bodybuilding related) books that stood the test of time…

#1 Pumping Iron by Gaines and Butler

Every bodybuilder should read Pumping Iron by Gaines and Butler. It put modern day bodybuilding on the map and into the public consciousness.

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Contributor: Robert S. Herbst from w8lifterusa.com

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#2 Man 2.0 Engineering the Alpha

This is the ultimate book to for the bodybuilding lifestyle. The book covers everything you need to know from building muscle to burning fat.

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Contributor: Caleb Backe from mapleholistics.com

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#3 The 10X Rule

If you have any big goal Grant Cardone's 10X rule is an important book to read. In his book, he tells you what to expect when trying to a achieve a big goal, and how to overcome those obstacles.

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Contributor: Caleb Backe from mapleholistics.com

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#4 Total Recall

If you're going to learn, why not learn from the best? The man did it all. Arnold Schwarzenegger accomplished more in one lifetime than an ordinary person could in 3 lifetimes.

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Contributor: Caleb Backe from mapleholistics.com

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#5 Periodization: Theory and Methodology of Training

If you have any question about the principles and ideas that go into designing your own workout program, this text is unmatched. The depth provided can help you apply the concept of Periodization to any sport, including bodybuilding.

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Contributor: Steven Mack from Simplesolutionsfitness.com

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