Grapplers guide to nutrition, PN and GN

Discussion in 'Dieting / Supplement Discussion' started by BillP3, May 4, 2008.

  1. BillP3

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    Hey I have just a quick question here (might been asked already but i search functioned and couldn't find anything) but I was wondering this.

    I have Precision Nutrition and Gourmet Nutrition and i have been wanting to get Grapplers guide to nutrition. Is it worth it to buy it even though i have PN and GN? Are there many different fundamentals things illustrated in "Grapplers guide"? I am really interested in his cutting article but is there maybe online articles that would act as a supplement to this book if i have his previous works?

    any info would be appreciated.
     
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    anybody?
     
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    These things have been discussed so many times. Thats why no one is answering.
     
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    These things have been discussed so many times. Thats why no one is answering.
     
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    Well, I'm no expert, but and my memory is a little rusty, but from what I remember there is no real need to buy Grappler's guide if you already possess PN and GN, since they contain far more information and are more comprehensive.
     
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    To Vedic:

    Well like i said Vedic i used the search function (im not stupid) i also know this has been said before but i don't frequent the diet and supplement discussion so i wouldn't know exactly what has been said.

    I searched and found a few things but nothing that was definitive to my question. If you have the answer or a link to a thread with one please feel free to post it instead of being obnoxious.

    To FirstNobleTruth:

    Thanks a lot for the help, yea thats kind of what i thought but i didn't know if Grappler's guide went deep into nutrition specifically for someone who trains or not.
     
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    Obviously I'm biased but The Anabolic Index manuals are the best for performance and recovery. I'm working on getting them sold in the online store.

    BTW-JB is a friend and his books are great.
     
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    Awesome man! Welcome to Sherdog's training forums!
     
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    Thanks a lot! It's great to finally be here! :D
     

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