Product Review: BIG by Jonathan Byrd

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Product Review: BIG by Jonathan Byrd
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BIG written by Jonathan Byrd is a straight forward 12 week program proven to add weight to the bar. It works off of basic linear periodization along with hitting your weaknesses. This book delivers quality material for a great price.

Price: $19.99

Where to Buy: BIG Workout Plan

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As you see, Jonathan has put his time in under the bar and is not going to blow you a bunch of smoke. He’s learned a lot over the years and continues to educate himself and wants to share his knowledge with you. Buy the book, work hard, and you won’t be discouraged with your results.

 Conclusion

This book works and has given many people increased totals. If you follow this book, you will see results.

Overall I give this a 5/5.

If you have any comments or questions, feel free to leave them below!

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  1. Joe Whitney January 31, 2014 at 11:53 am - Reply

    I am currently using this book. In the first cycle I went from failing a 455 squat to doubling 500, 295 bench to doubling it easy, and struggling with 500 deadlift to pulling 525 for a double. The method works. Byrd is awesome. Buy the book.

    • Cutty January 31, 2014 at 12:21 pm -

      Thanks for the review. Add another stronger customer to the list of people :)

  2. paul March 4, 2014 at 1:03 pm - Reply

    is this suitable for beginners?

    • Cutty March 4, 2014 at 1:27 pm -

      If you are comfortable with your form on exercises, this would be suitable for a beginner. If you’ve not established the ability to consistently correctly do exercises with proper form, I might advise you to try another workout.

      Cutty

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