Bodybuilding enthusiasts will likely hear about the Barz medicine body building manual, a collection of articles written by the legendary bodybuilder Dave Meltzer.
But it’s a bit of a secret.
It’s actually in the form of a handbook, according to Meltzer, which includes articles on weightlifting and nutrition.
But Meltzer has said that it’s not an actual book, and it’s only available as a PDF on Amazon.
The manual, which was written between 1982 and 1986 and is now out of print, includes a lot of information that most people don’t know.
Here are some of the more important things Meltzer tells us about it:What does it look like?
Meltzer says it’s pretty much the same as any other handbook.
In fact, there are a few differences:There are no illustrations, and there are only seven pages in the book.
There are five chapters devoted to weightlifting.
In the first, there’s a list of exercises for various body parts.
Then there’s exercises for the arms, legs, shoulders, chest, abdomen, and head.
Next there’s tips on weight training for the hips, arms, knees, and back.
And finally there’s suggestions on training for specific muscles.
There’s also a section devoted to diet, and that covers some basic nutritional principles, such as fats, carbohydrates, protein, and vitamins.
What are the benefits?
Meltz says there are two main benefits: “There’s not too much text in the manual,” and “the articles are not overly complicated.
There are also some very good tips.”
There are six exercises for a total of eight exercises in the handbook: squat, deadlift, bench press, bench, bench deadlift and overhead press.
The squat, for example, has a maximum weight of 3,500 pounds.
The deadlift is 5,000 pounds.
And the bench press is 6,000.
You can also use the deadlift to develop lower back muscles and strengthen your chest and upper back.
You can download the handbooks for free here.