Anabolics by William Llewellyn is an encyclopedia of the different anabolic drugs that include steroids, growth hormone, insulin, and many others. It provides reviews on almost 200 pharmaceutical compounds accompanied by graphs and diagrams to better explain everything about these drugs. There are also sections that focus on the discussion of risks of using anabolics and how their negative and harmful effects can be prevented and reduced. In addition, a section on steroid cycling and stacking aims to help the readers know better about their cycle construction. Moreover, the information presented in the book are backed up with chapters on steroid and muscle biochemistry.
The book provides informative and very well-written discussion about various performance-enhancing drugs including the reasons why they are used and the possible side effects that they may have on people. The processes by which these drugs are produced and how they are also counterfeited by some people. Guidelines on how to use anabolic can be very helpful to both experience and novice bodybuilders alike.
The discussions on various cycles are lacking and the information regarding the benefits that can be gained from them are lacking.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
William Llewellyn is the CEO of HRT.Rx.com, the head of research and development at Molecular Nutrition, and one of the leading research scientists in the field of health and fitness. Aside from Anabolics, Llewellyn also writes for various health publications like Muscular Development magazine. In addition, he has been on the cover of ESPN Magazine, The Washington Post, FOX News, and Discovery Times.
Better than Steroids by by Warren Willey is made for those who want to achieve a good-looking body without or with little help coming from steroids.
The book encourages and helps readers to gain more lean mass and lose more fat by providing the necessary nutritional advice to achieve such things. In addition, there are also discussions on bodybuilding related topics like water intake and various lifting programs that can greatly help the readers. The author also points out the importance of ingesting both proteins and carbohydrates that provide the vital components for building muscle and recovering the energy lost during physical exercises.
Because the ideas are presented in condensed form, some readers may think that the information presented in the book are lacking. As such, the more experienced bodybuilders will find the book not very suitable to their taste.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Dr. Warren Willey works for The Fitness Medicine Clinic as its Medical Director, which aims to help people be healthier and fitter by implementing various nutritional programs, dietary strategies, and physical programs. He has a degree as an osteopathic physician and is also one of the founders of the American Board of Holistic Medicine. Being an active bodybuilder has helped him in writing the book with goals in helping people lose weight and achieve better health.
Testosterone Steroid Cycles: including the Ultimate Sustanon 250 Cycle by George Spellwin contains pertinent information about the use of testosterone and guidelines on the safe and effective utilization of testosterone steroid cycles. The book aims help the readers achieve the leanest muscle that they can get without suffering from the negative side effects of anabolic steroids specifically, testosterone.
To make the book easier to read for the customers, some information included in the book are presented using charts and graphs. Experienced as well as inexperienced readers will find the section regarding the use of injections very useful.
Some readers may notice that a bulk of the discussion provided in the book focuses on the pharmaceutical product sustanon and fails to provide more thorough exchange of information about other steroidal drugs. The promotion for the author’s products can be also a bit annoying for some people who consider purchasing or are using other products.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
George Spellwin is the founder of EliteFitness.com. He has been helping athletes learn everything about anabolic steroids and bodybuilding.
Bodybuilding Steroids: All You Need to Know about Steroids as a Bodybuilder by Serge Kolpa provides information about the various kinds of steroids that are found in the market. It is made for readers who want to gain information about steroids in the simplest way.
The book describes the various kinds of steroids very thoroughly without making the discussion too complicated for the readers. It also does not fail to mention that some of these steroids may have some side effects on the body. Aside from providing a complete breakdown of the types of steroids, hormones, and anabolic drugs that are readily found on the market, there are also discussions that focus on the use of syringes and injections. Also, not only are the readers guided on how to properly choose the steroids that are perfect for them, additional information on certain things that may be used in partner with the chosen steroid is also included.
Some readers may think that the book is poorly written. In addition, the book does not provide enough references for the information that it contains so the readers will not have the opportunity to check their validity.
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Anabolic Steroid Abuse by National Institute on Drug Abuse includes a wide range of topics that are related to anabolic steroid abuse starting with discussing whether anabolic steroids really have the potential to make people dangerously hooked to it and how they may be related to the abuse of other substances. There are also discussions about anabolic steroids’ development and how they really affect the performance of the people who use them. In addition, the processes by which anabolic steroids works in the body especially on the endocrine system are presented with the necessary emphasis on the health risks that they may pose on the body. For the behavioral aspect, lectures on the signs of psychological dependence and symptoms of mental damage caused by steroid are also included.