Brother Iron, Sister Steel
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A Bodybuilder's Book
by Dave Draper
Brother Iron, Sister Steel is a private journey into bodybuilding as only Dave can tell it. Training techniques, exercise descriptions and nutritional strategies form the book's foundation, but what glues this book together are his personal experiences and insights, humor and candidness, all of which speak to the heart and soul. The delight in the iron work, the play of the steel and the redefined motivation will have you striving forward to reach your fitness and training goals.
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Further your iron journey -- or take your first steps -- as you find yourself caught up in the style and rhythm that are Dave's alone. You'll see the lessons of Brother Iron, Sister Steel hit home as your training enthusiasm abounds. In your next match with the weights you'll see the work of your muscles with new clarity under the guidance of his insight.
Honored as the Best Bodybuilding Book by Muscle and Fitness (February 2006 issue)
Dr. Ken Leistner writes, "This book is an inspiration... one of the best iron sport related books I have ever read."
"You'll get hooked on Brother Iron, Sister Steel. In every word, Draper leaves the mark of his genius." ~Julian Schmidt, Flex Magazine
"Solidly affirming... Entertaining, even philosophical. ...Fun, informative, and (I have to say it) brawny..." ~Fearless Reviews
"Simply the best book on training. Bar none. I'll never need another bodybuilding book again." ~Douglas Malcolm, Bookideas.com
Tai Moses, Metro Magazine, says, "Powerfully good writer... part exercise strategy, part memoir, part motivational training guide... Manages to be highly entertaining on all counts."
About this book, Dave comments:
The 15 years behind the counter and on the floor of my gym in California have signaled to me that everyone must exercise and eat right if he or she hopes to live a sound and fulfilling life. Too few do and far too many lives are in a shambles because of it. As conscientious gym owner, I am in a prime position to help the ailing, negligent and uneducated masses. And, certainly others and I do.
Brother Iron, Sister Steel was written to engage that edge of the population who dare to walk in the gym only to walk out because purpose and desire were missed. It was written as well for the tentative trainee who wanders the floor with desire, yet remain is without a clue. The intermediates who love the pump and burn and want to dig in deeper will, undoubtedly, identify with the facts, tales, fascinations and frustrations of muscle building as visited by an old time... still and always one of the boys. The young and the hardcore... about them I cannot be sure, only that in the years to come, should they endure, they will appreciate the content and philosophy and, perhaps, wish they had referenced it sooner.
Are you confused and have a question about your training? If there is an answer, chances are the answer is here. Be strong. Dave Draper
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336 pages, 6x9 paperback, 80 photos, indexed, 17-page resource appendix.