No magazines. They all suck big weiner.
Starting Strength by Mark Rippetoe is an awesome book, especially for the beginner gym-goer.
Just wondering if you guys read any magazines and can recommend any as there is s lot of fitness mags out there!
Looking for a down to earth style magazine without all the bullshit advertising and bullshit programs.
Done a quick search but can never realy find things with my iPhone when using the search function.
Any good books would be good to, cheers kb.
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All you need to read is on the internets, magazines are no longer required.
Yep, I agree with the above.....bb mags are just an ad-fest and redundant these days anyway, with the internet.
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Some articles are interesting, it's quite useful to read muscle and fiction magazines, do read them and then do the opposite.
Iron Man, especially Summers column.