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Gym Talk: Memoirs of a Horny, Hungry Gym Rat (eBook)

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161 pages of pure Dave Tate humor. Reader discretion is advised.

Author: Dave Tate
Length: 161 pages

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Gym Talk: Memoirs of a Horny, Hungry Gym Rat (eBook)

By Dave Tate

161 pages

These are the stories you would hear discussed between sets in the weight room, after training sessions, in the locker and warm-up rooms and at the dinner table with a bunch of gym rats.

Some of these have already been shared and lost in the archives of the Q and A. Remember The Oreo, The Forearm Jack Program and other classics such as Captain of the Cups? This book brings them back to life — plus 26 others!

Over 160 pages of pure Tate humor.

DISCLAIMER: The following material may contain foul or explicit language and sexual innuendos. Reader discretion is advised. If you are offended by such material, proceed with caution.


Praise for Gym Talk: Memoirs of a Horny, Hungry Gym Rat

I've always been a fan of Dave's written works. Maybe it's his ability to tell a story while offering the opportunity for the reader to learn something. Maybe it's his warped sense of humor and alternate personality that keeps my attention. Maybe it's the combination. Either way, I always enjoy reading what Dave wishes to share.

Today he shared with me his newest piece -- 
Gym Talk: Memoirs of a Horny, Hungry Gym Rat. This is a collection of works from the Q&A and, as Dave states, "... never seen before stories that I am still not sure should be in print."

As I read through the table of contents I recognized a few of my favorites. I decided to start reading a few pages as I was finishing breakfast and then read the rest later as I had several things I needed to get done. That didn't happen. Much to the suffering of my dog who needed his AM outside escape to relieve himself, I read through the whole collection.

The content ranges from Dave's wonderful trip with his wife, to Timmy "the personal trainer." With everything Dave writes, this collection is full of humor and very important lessons. The information contained in "Butter Dish" and "The Oreo" alone is worth taking the time to blow off your responsibilities and read this book.

Add in "Band Sex" and the 3-part series of "Bloated Sex" and this collection should win some sort of award. Hey, if Gore can win a Nobel Prize for a bunch of BS, Dave should get something.

I must say that this collection is not for those who have no sense of humor and are offended by written works of sex and the male anatomy. If you are uptight, holier-that-thou, and think everything should be G-rated, this is not for you. Better yet, go read the 1st Amendment and then go jump off a very high structure. — 
R. Connelly



I have been fortunate enough to train with Dave the past couple years and have been privy to some of the stories he shares in Gym Talk. I can honestly say that these are some of the funniest stories you will ever read. Dave sent me an advance copy a few days ago and I literally had tears in my eyes from laughing so much. Given the amount of soreness in my abs from how hard I was laughing, I think Gym Talk could officially be called a training book. There should be a warning label on it to caution anyone from reading the whole book in one sitting as it could result in severe abdominal strain.

This book is packed full of some of Dave's all-time classic posts along with a lot of stories he has never previously shared. While it may not make it on Oprah's Book Club, 
Gym Talk is a must read for anyone that has been in the iron game and is looking for something seriously funny to read. If you are overly sensitive, socially conservative or are in need of a procedure to remove the stick from your butt, Gym Talk may not be the right choice for you. For everyone else, this book will be like going to a comedy club without the two drink minimum. — Dr. Ryan Smith


"Hi Mr. Tate,

I just finished reading 
Gym Talk and wanted to say thanks — both for writing so much great stuff over the years and for bringing it together like in this book. It's thoroughly entertaining the whole way through as well as being intelligent and thought-provoking, with a nice helping of crazy thrown in for good measure! There's a great mix of classic articles and log entries as well as a load of awesome new stuff I'd never read before. I'm really not sure why you need the disclaimer though — the title says it all! I also want to thank you for helping me get my recently pathetic appetite back into high gear — I defy anyone to read this book and not experience serious hunger pangs the whole way through! I ended up eating a ton of cookies and Reese's Cups while I was reading, although I've still got a long way to go before I can become a certified Captain of the Cup...

I don't know how you came up with half of this stuff — and I don't think I want to — but I'm really glad you wrote it all down!

Cheers,

Rory Hickman, strongerdesigns.com

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