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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old Apr 14th, 2003, 02:22 AM Thread Starter
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Whats the best fitness magazine?

Theres so many, not sure. I want to give one thats GOOD, tells you what to eat, what excercises and how long getting to certain fitness levels will take. Thanks in advance!
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Well, I may not be the best one to ask, as I know far too much to need fitness magazines anymore.

However, back when I was buying a lot of them 10 years ago, Muscle and Fitness, Flex, and Ironman were the three I preferred.

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those are a bit of a stretch, i kind of need a beginners one...thanks anyway though

besides, most of those are just pictures of bodybuilders
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I was gonna say Muscle & Fitness is the best, even if you are a beginner. Don't let all the pictures of the bodybuilders discourage you...that magazine is a great source for learning the basics. Men's Health isn't too bad, but it's a little heavy on the "GQ" crap. Just my take.

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Muscle and Fitness would be the one for beginners.

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really? thanks dh
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