By Nick Nilsson - Review
Review by Rahul Alvares
A most comprehensive
collection of the best specialization techniques I have
never read about! "Specialization Training"
is a must have for every serious bodybuilder.
it - rarely will a bodybuilder develop proportionately
in all aspects of muscle and symmetry on a regular routine
that demands three sets of six to ten reps. If you care
to find out, you will learn that most bodybuilders are
regularly using some kind of specialization at any given
time or the other be it training a muscle part
like the lower tricep or upper chest, be it full body
parts like training for a bigger back, or be it just an
overall mass gaining routine or program for getting ripped.
who have outstanding physiques are almost solely the ones
that specialize. The exceptions are the ones with irritatingly
good genetics. I have a friend like that who has pecs
that pop, and an abdomen with rippling abs. He works out
a month in a year and lives on a diet of tea and cigarettes!
But other than those that can build muscle on tea and
cigarettes, the majority of us have no option but specialization
I found Nick
Nilssons book to be an excellent read. With six
different Specialization routines targeting strength gains,
size gains and effective techniques to produce growth
in lagging and stubborn body parts, "Specialization
Training" is essential reading for every bodybuilder
who is thinking of making some serious gains.
Nick has a
very practical approach to training also. That means you
know Nick has tried and tested all the techniques a number
of times to know the difficulties you might face and how
to work around them and adjust the exercises according
to your needs. And, unless I am wrong, I think that almost
all the techniques in the book are Nicks own. At
least I havent found any of them elsewhere.
But for one
thing, all-inclusive though "Specialization Training"
may seem, I am sure Nick could dig out and include some
more programs into it. I know for sure that there are
some more excellent training programs out there that would
make lovely additions to an already excellent book. But
that is up to Nick. Like I said, maybe the reason for
Nick not including more programs is because he has decided
to keep "Specialization Training" fully original
or maybe there are other issues in using another trainers
The book remains
an unfair bargain though. At nine dollars to have access
to such routines is a steal, and at the 50% discount he
offers it at for being a previous customer, it is practically