if you were to buy just 1 one of ross's book which one?

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  1. slayer36

    slayer36 Blue Belt

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    ok here is my situation
    i got to school and work.
    i like lifting weights, doing Bw and other more old school (ala sledgehammer trainning, etc.)stuff, and boxing.

    if you had to buy one book that best shows how to incorporate all methods, which one would you buy?

    Thanks advance.
     
  2. MTnewbie

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    Email him and explain your situation, be as precise as possible about your goals.
     
  3. Tornado

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    Rock, Iron, Steel: The Book of Strength by Steve Justa has more usable info packed into it than many scientific texts I've read on the subject. My fitness library is fucking humungous, but I almost always find myself reaching for that book.
     
  4. slayer36

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    he reccomended infnite intensity
     
  5. Tornado

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    shit. I misread the question.
     
  6. Urban

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    I would probably reccomend infinite intensity. It puts the emphasis on progress and making exercises more difficult, and to me, that's one of the most important things anyone can learn in the gym: get better regularly.
     

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