I am starting to become interested in anabolics with the hopes of one day doing a cycle. I have read most of the beginnner threads on here and have learned a great deal. I was wondering what in your opinion(some of the veterans) would be a good book if any to purchase. I want something that I can reference to anywhere so I don't have to be online if I want to brush up on some knowledge...
Anabolics 2006 by William Llewellyn -
i've yet to find anything as comprehensive
Well...I did write a book on anabolics...
www.anabolicbooks.com has it...
However if you are looking for a book on "ANALbolics" as the title implies...then maybe you should post this question in the sex forum?
Haha didn't even notice. I guess if I can't even spell ANABOLICS I am nowhere near ready for them. Thanks for the book suggestion.
Here a short list of some of the books.
- Anabolics 2006
- Chemical Muscle Enhancement
- Building The Perfect Beast
- Anabolic Steroids - The Ultimate Research Guide
- Bottom Line Bodybuilding
- Newbies Research Guide
- Chemical Wizardry
- Laymans Guide to Steroids II
The first four a must have - In that Order. The last four I wouldn't worry about unless someone gives them to you for free.
Over half of those aren't real books...they're "E-books"...In fact, I only see 2 or 3 actual books (Not PDF's) on there?
An E-book is a book.... quick when you order and no postage cost... my last order cost me about $US40 just on postage so sometimes the e-books can be better.
Welcome to the 21st century..
Well...I suppose I'm a traditionalist. I was approached by several people about writing an e-book...
I don't think e-books carry the credibility of a "p-book"...at least not author-wise.
But in anycase, you may see an e-book from me in the very near future. I'm trying to iron out the details...so that it can be totally (100%) free to anyone who wants to download it.
I've never heard of #5 and #7 on your list...are they e-books?
Also...I can tell you for sure, 100% of those e-books are Available for free download online, if you look hard enough. The only ones that aren't is mine and Llewellyn's latest book. But you can get a PDF of his 2002 effort (Anabolics2002) online pretty easiliy.
Look forward to seeing that in the future.