THE Complete Keys to Progress has 69 ratings and 11 reviews. Nebogipfel said: McCallum’s texts are always entertaining to read. There is some useful info. Need to bulk up or trim down? Want to combine lifting and running? It’s all here in the complete anthology of John McCallum’s classic series, “Keys to Progress,”. Back when Jimi Hendrix and the Doors were playing concerts, John McCallum’s “ Keys to Progress” series helped pack more muscle on more people than all.
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I love the stories and the authors progresd of similes. Bookmarks Bookmarks Digg del. Sep 07, Aaron rated it it was amazing. Basics for weight training philosophy. Jan 28, Michael rated it liked it Shelves: Scott Bromeisl rated it it was amazing Apr 20, I could only read short sections at a time because it was so bad.
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Marvin Wheeler St Augustine, Florida. A fun read, this is a collection of articles the author wrote for the magazine Strength mccwllum Health from the mid-sixties to the early seventies.
Prpgress, it ain’t perfect, but it’s an entertaining read and you could in fact, you WILL get a lot worse lifting advice elsewhere. Fauntail Jabuti rated it it was amazing Jul 06, Brad rated it really liked it Jul 01, Return to Book Page.
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I’ve never understood the popularity of these articles but I got the book from a friend to see if reading them through “helps”. Find out his thoughts and recommendations on page It’s a “get in there and bust your butt” kind of training book. McCallum also visited and corresponded with many of the most famous weight progtess of the time in order to find out the real scoop about how they trained.
Funny how basic, sensible, result producing training information never goes out of style.
Thanks for telling us about the problem. Simple whey protein may not give you the gains that he promises his “big” drink will, but it will help you gain weight and you won’t end up financing your doctor’s new Mercedes either. He’s also right that focusing on the heavy, multi-muscle group exercises stimulates real gains better than anything else. Refresh and try again.
If you were to only buy one book – ever – on how to train, this is it. Looking to widen out? How do you put on good, solid comllete and size quickly? Another 6 x 9 softcover book with pages with a beautiful glossy color cover. Commom sense weightlifting advice that never goes out of style – hard work, squats, lots of protein and more hard work brings success.
Aug 23, Eric Troy rated it did not like it Shelves: As a matter of fact, I ccomplete use some of the same routines from that series today, some 40 years later! Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. What did a typical workout look like for three-time Mr. Nonetheless, there were some huge problems with the book.
Chris McClinch rated it it was amazing Sep 05, Each and every one brought something to the table. Books jonn John McCallum. Paperbackpages.
How long should your workouts last? You could instantly pick up training tips that you could apply to your own training. No mention of steroids, some of the nutritional advice doesn’t hold up, but the workout advice is solid, old school stuff. Occasionally some good advice. That is perfectly acceptable. His stories keep you interested, keep you learning, and keep you coming back for “just one more”. If you’ve done “Rippetoes”, done 5X5, and now are looking to focus more on bodybuilding rather than pure strength, have a look and try them out.
An excellent book on how to get really strong.
THE Complete Keys to Progress
Josh I rated it liked it Jan 11, Training not going so great? Want to Read Currently Reading Read. McCallum’s texts are always entertaining to read. Not many people know about Hip Belt Squats but you can read all about them on pages … that includes details on setup, how to incorporate them and the other exercises that should be performed with them.
I am judging the book because it reads like a series of 6th grade level conversations which is really what each chapter is–dialogues with no context whatsoever. A fantastic storyteller to boot. These are classic pre-steroid era routines, mostly full body, aimed at natural bodybuilders. Seriously folks, anyone interested in intermediate and advanced full body routines for naturals, geared more to bodybuilding than strength needs to start here.