“This book just saved me $1000 a year. No more protein shakes for me. You’re probably reluctant to buy yet another fitness book, but this book actually makes total sense. Beginner or advanced, there’s something to be learned here. I have been casually lifting for many years and this book explains in plain English some key techniques to maximize your workout and your life. It is great that this also comes from someone who has 30+ years of experience from a real-life, natural perspective and not some drug-enhanced lifter. You will not be disappointed at any age to read and learn from this book.”
Great read! Maybe had this book been available for me sooner, I wouldn’t have the shoulder problems I have today. In my forties (2007), I set several bench records in the ADFPF & USAPL, and I’d recommend this book for young and older lifters who think they need to take the latest and greatest “get big powder.” Instead, they should focus on the proper technique and form this book emphasizes. HUGE IN HIGH SCHOOL will be a must read for my son just getting into lifting and fitness.
“Finished the book last night…my son is gonna start reading it tonight…very detailed and safety in mind at every turn. ‘Live to lift another day’ —I love that. Very good read, Man. Nicely done! Should be one in every high school gym in my view… I just promoted it to my work buddy for his son.”
“…much more than weightlifting. Everyone can benefit from this book whether you want to get “huge” or not, or whether you’re in high school or…ahem…much older. Schop offers a simple, yes, simple plan that anyone can follow to look better and feel better in very little time. A good read.”
“I have been involved in sports all my life. As a professional youth referee and health and physical education teacher, I come across a lot of bad exercise information and advice. Teenagers are the most vulnerable in this area. HUGE IN HIGH SCHOOL is just what teens need to become properly and honestly educated in the area of weight training, exercise, and beyond. Schop takes it to the next level without all the misleading hype. Everyone interested in bettering themselves should read this book.”
“This is a bodybuilding book for teens. Have I lost my marbles at age 82? Not exactly. I do exercise regularly to extend my health, vigor, and life [. . .] from this perspective I can say that this is a sensible book with frequent cautions to prevent teens and others from hurting themselves, such as to stay away from enhancement drugs. It discusses diet, mind and purpose as well as detailed exercises.”
Piers Anthony (author of the astounding Xanth Series)
“Well, I never thought I’d say this, but ‘I just read a bodybuilding book cover to cover!’…it’s just fabulous–so organized and interesting, easy to follow…the book resonated with me and gave me an improved attitude toward the essential role of fitness in life.”