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    Must have bodybuilding/nutrition books?

    Is there any really good reads out there? I have the Arnold Encyclopedia, and I'm that impressed

    I hear "Burn the fat, Feed the muscle" by Tom Venuto is a good book, is that true?

    I guess I'm really more interested in diet, but wouldn't mind some good workout books either.


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    Lyle's protein book.

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