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    Men's health really isn't worth the BS to get to the "gems". Oh oh some shitty actor does stuff! :qright7:

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    P. 114 – 118 Frozen fruits and veggies are superior to fresh unless fresh means “just picked from the farm/garden.” You can make a “protein pop” by putting a Popsicle stick in a small container of yogurt and freezing it.
    Problem with that is that freezing can **** with the texture. Frozen brocolli is gross. :icon_puke And yogurt? Too much sugar. Most have like 20g of sugar. 20g = 4 teaspoons. **** that.


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    P. 138 – They have a device that can increase lung capacity and diaphragm strength, making you able to breathe better. It looks like an inhaler and costs $70.
    This though... what is this? Name or link?

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    It's probably a giant penis you stick into your lungs to stretch them out.

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    What was that? Baofuhaibo's right? What?
    Look, if you think weeding through the ads and murder mystery ads that look like articles in other fitness magazines to get to the poorly concieved workout plans and months old advice relating to bodybuilders that have been in the business for years is well worth it, then go ahead. If you want a real man's magazine without all the bullshit, then Men's Health is there. Yes, it's still a magazine, designed to fill up the monthlong time between issues with entertaining reading material that you read on the crapper, not textbook style information. But if you'd like more of the straight textbook style info sans advertisements, you should pick up Men's Health Muscle. They have only 2 issues out and you can't subscribe. No dating advice here.
    www.mhmuscle.com

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    Ronin, if you look at the article, it has more information. I put these as blurbs to make you see if you want to look up more.

    Same goes for the device I mentioned.

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    Quote Originally Posted by baofuhaibo
    But if you'd like more of the straight textbook style info sans advertisements, you should pick up Men's Health Muscle. They have only 2 issues out and you can't subscribe. No dating advice here.
    www.mhmuscle.com
    So with an open mind, I look at the site. I click one article and...

    Quote Originally Posted by Mens Health Muscle
    what looks great to you doesn't mean squat to your key constituents: women. One Southern Belle with a keen eye for muscle tells you what you really need to work on, and why
    Fucking dating advice. Another article is with shaq. Its the same crap but without the cardio.

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    I think this proves that the only magazines worth buying are video game magazines.

    And even those aren't worth buying.

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    wait, did that article say: "How to date women, unlock the mystery of the vagina"
    No. It was an article about what muscle makes females want to bear your children. We all know that you have a petition, so you can't, but other guys can screw chicks and will. It's a muscle magazine. What regular person who happens to excercise doesn't want to know what women want in muscle and how a 6'5 250 pound basketball player made an amazing transformation and now keeps in blistering ball player shape?
    Maybe you should pick up the "Functional martial art strength excercise magazine(FMASEM), the key to everything only martial arts related in excercise physiology" that would be the magazine for you, which is appearently every other bodybuilding magazine out there sans men's health and associates.

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    If you want a real man's magazine without all the bullshit, then Men's Health is there.
    That is the funniest thing ever.


    Ever.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PirateNinja5000
    Men's health really isn't worth the BS to get to the "gems". Oh oh some shitty actor does stuff! :qright7:



    Problem with that is that freezing can **** with the texture. Frozen brocolli is gross. :icon_puke And yogurt? Too much sugar. Most have like 20g of sugar. 20g = 4 teaspoons. **** that.




    This though... what is this? Name or link?
    20g of sugar is 80 calories. Are you seriously bitching about 80 calories in the wake of superior:

    - Calcium
    - Protein
    - Good bacteria like L. Acidophilus
    - A treatment for UTIs (assuming you're a woman and it's plain yogurt)
    - Dairy sans the same amount of lactose that causes people to freak out with milk

    As for the device, they're called Power-Breathe Trainers, they're $70, and they are at gaiam.com

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    There's like 5g protein in yogurt.

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