Buffed! II (Get More Buffed!) takes the reader to the
next level. It opens up more of the information that I
have yet to share with the masses. You are now ready!
programs will be more advanced than in the original Get
Buffed!. I am also going to teach you how to
manipulate the major variables of program design,
allowing you to individualize the program for yourself.
And I am also going to introduce concepts and methods
that I felt were not appropriate in the first book.
often ask me : What would you write about if you
wrote a sequel to the first Get Buffed! book
Believe me, it would take more than two books to exhaust
myself of content! I see this second part as a
complimentary sequel to the first book, as a natural
progression in training and self-education regarding
installment in the Get Buffed! range aims to take you
to the next level. This book is for the readers of Get
Buffed! I who want to Get MORE Buffed!
jammed packed with no-BS training advice and
super-effective training programs! Programs at three
levels of difficulty and over four stages. Done back to
back the programs in this book provide a year's worth of
There you have - it! Get
Buffed! II : Get More Buffed! is a sequel to the
original book, not a replacement!
If you would like
to review the contents list for this book to gain a greater
insight into what it contains,
What others have said
about the Get Buffed!
Ian King has gained a great
deal of popularity amidst the hard-working and smart-working
core of bodybuilders who want a more complete understanding
of the "why" and "how come" beneath the surface of muscle
building. He gives the student of weight training insight
into every practical question he or she would ever ask
about getting bigger, stronger and leaner: how to
determine the true training effect of working out, how to
gauge how long, how often, how many exercises, sets
and reps and in what order; training duration, speed
and cadence of reps, fatigue and recovery.
Like stacking forty-five
pound plates on an Olympic bar, The King goes on and
on teaching truths and expelling doubts. "Get Buffed" is a
muscle builder's reliable fact reference.
--Dave Draper (the 'Blonde
I received my copy of
Get Buffed today and have been pouring over the
contents for the last 4 hours. Man, I thought it
would be good, but I feel I now possess what is the
definitive book on physique training. No area is
left untouched. I especially like the section on
injury prevention and the importance of stretching
and flexibility. I feel that this is an area
generally untouched and unexplored by the mainstream
bodybuilding media, but should be the cornerstone of
any trainers program. The section on training
continuity was also beneficial. I was previously
under the impression that the more radical the
change to ones program, the more challenging and
rewarding the workout will be. I always wondered
however why when I returned to a previous lift, my
strength was still the same. I will now be
developing some continuity in the exercises I
select-paying particular attention to the basics.
The book is tremendous. Having trained for twenty
years, being well read, and having provided advise
to a number of top class body builders, it was so
refreshing to see a book so practical, so well put
together, and so down to earth. It reminded me of a
quotation which struck me from Alex Ferguson the
manager of Manchester United (even you must have
heard of them!). I
think you'll enjoy it: "Common sense, when there is
enough of it, amounts to wisdom." Of course, there
is much more to your work than just common sense,
but that quality really helps! I love the work by
others, but I feel your work is of more practical
use, even for someone pretty experience like me.
I wanted to send you
a note about how much I enjoyed reading Get Buffed.
I like the fact that the book had not only a
"cookbook" feel, but an excellent technical
progression as well. The chapters were clear cut
and many of your underlying themes were quite
apparent as I read through the book. It seems that
many of us (myself included) often get so focused on
the most advanced exercises or techniques that we
find ourselves getting away from the basics
or should I say the
framework or backbone of designing a routine. Great
Just finished Get
Buffed!, and I must say that it is the best
bodybuilding book I have ever read, and I've read
quite a few. I appreciate you putting info on
little discussed topics such as injury prevention
and muscle imbalances in, as well. Thanks.
Get Buffed is
excellent. The chapters are similar to your training
philosophies (efficient and to the point...no
fluff). I find myself referring back to it to answer
any questions and to straighten out any issues I may
have with my or my girlfriends training programs. It
has become my training bible. You have taken my
training to new levels. My strength and size gains
are going through the roof!
Thanks for the great
book Get Buffed! I'm currently reading it for the
third time and as you would expect still learning. I
have just started on the 12 week program from the
book, and finding it most painful but at the same
time enjoyable. Even after having listened to your
views from previous books/courses and reading all
your articles, about imbalances and the importance
of isolating then working weaknesses rather then
strengths, only now am I really starting to
understand the do's and don'ts. So for this a
special thankyou it has not only benefited myself
but also those that I'm associated with.
I just purchased Get
Buffed. What an outstanding book! The book covers
every facet of training. It is certainly the best
book that I have read regarding strength training.
I specifically like the sample routines that are
included. Many authors do not include routines
which is somewhat frustrating. Congratulations on a
I have 'Get Buffed'
and thought it was awesome. Most publications by the
current top people in the field today seem like they
intentionally leave out certain key concepts when
writing their books. You go away after reading their
books feeling as if there are still gaps in your
knowledge, and that you still didn't get the '
picture' . That was not the feeling I had after
reading 'Get Buffed'