Basic material; few "bodybuilding secrets",
This review is from: CEO Muscle (Paperback)
The book is an excellent addition to the library of any Jay Cutler fan. However, there isn't much information for intermediate to advanced bodybuilders.
The book is organised as follows:
I. A 30-Year Journey
II. Who is Jay Cutler?
III. Jay's Success Secrets
IV. Fans and the Man
V. Beginning Training
VI. The Intermediate
VII. Advanced Training
VIII. Competitive Training
IX. Jay Says
X. Nutritional Know-How
XI. Dumb and Dumber: Common Misconceptions about Training and Nutrition
XII. 20-1: A 20-Week Plan for Ripping Up
XIII. Supplements Strategy
While the book isn't uninformative, it is quite limited in the amount of "secrets" or information that isn't widely available in any Joe Weider publication. I don't think that I would purchase this book (in retrospect) unless I had far too much money or had drunk quite a bit before logging on the the Amazon website. Since neither of the above have ever happened, I would recommend other books in this relatively poor and sober state. If one should consider purchasing this book, it would be wise to do so directly from the author's website, where it is far less expensive than the ridiculously overpriced offers I have seen on Amazon.