Hey guys, I want to start some weight training and I don't know what book to buy. I'm 5'4" 100lbs male, and I want to gain 20lbs and some muscles and definition in about 6 months, and anything after that I'll probably just need to maintain. I'm not looking to be a huge guy. Here are the ones I'm looking at: Men's Health: The Book of Muscle--The World's Most Complete Guide to Building Your Body http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/1579547699/ref=pd_cp_b_title/002-5133024-8815240 This one seems to be an all around good book. The problem with the book reviews on Amazon is people say "Nice pictures, good book" but they don't explain if they used the book and what results they got. The New Encyclopedia of Modern Bodybuilding (Arnold Schwarzenegger) http://www.amazon.com/New-Encyclope.../002-5133024-8815240?ie=UTF8&n=283155&s=books This one is the most popular bodybuilding book on Amazon, and it was the one I was leaning on, but a lot of comments are saying that only the genetically gifted could follow Arnold's advice without burning out, and saying a lot of the form and exercises in the book are unsafe. Other people are saying its the most comprehensive book on the market. I know I can't train 6 times a week. Realistically, I could train 3 times a week. The Insider's Tell-All Handbook on Weight-Training Technique http://www.amazon.com/Insiders-Tell.../002-5133024-8815240?ie=UTF8&n=283155&s=books This one isn't as popular but lots of people seem to hail Stuart McRobert's technique. Once again nobody really says what results they get. Does this HIT thing really work? It seems to be highly contested. I might get this book just because I need a good guide with pictures to what my form is supposed to look like. I would really appreciate any advice. I'm definitely going to be hanging around here as my training begins. I'm really committed to doing this, and no this is not a new year's resolution, this is a long term goal.