zey also 'ave such sexy-good-lookings on ze covers...
and i bet there's other 100year olds who've never heard of it.
why is it such a jaw-dropper when well-known people, or well-known magazines tell people the big secret that....if you eat healthy things in moderation its good for you?
The thing I find with health magazines of that sort is they're catered more towards the average man/woman who just wants to be in decent shape. I think for martial artists and more serious lifters, that's not good enough.
For example, in this Sly issue I have, they recommend full-body workouts to get more work done in a shorter amount of time. No dedicated lifting source would advocate that.
I fail to see the point of this thread.
Oh you mean Sly magazine? The magazine for old out of shape actors? I picked up the second issue, and it had a section on vodka, cigars, an imaginary movie, an interview with a supermodel, and a short section in the back of the mag telling you to do 3 different excercises for your biceps. Now I avoid Sly like the plague. He's not in shape anymore, he was never cool, and seeing his face makes me want to open a halfway house.
Originally Posted by Warpath
HEY I was bashing his magazine, not Sly himself haha. Most of the stuff in there isn't even written by him. I have the first issue, and all his articles are cool (there's a script for Rocky 6, he talks about bench-pressing with Franco Colombu, etc.) All the health and sex stuff in it is crap, though.
Originally Posted by baofuhaibo
Victory warfare. The articles in playboy are cool, but I don't read the magazine. In fact I haven't picked up a playboy in like a year.
Okay, here we go - selected summaries, but the whole issue is good.
P. 34 - Good and bad supplements, and the amount to take
P. 50 - Surprising muscle foods include baked beans, cous cous, shrimp, and whole-grain frozen waffles. More listed
P. 55-57 - Profiles of different cuts of steak, how healthy they are, and how to best prepare it.
P. 65: Awesome smoothie recipes. Recommendation from a dietician to purchase protein supplements that are "hydrolyzed powder made out of whey isolates" such as "Proto-Whey"
P. 69 - The 10 best recovery foods after lifting:
1. Fat Free Chocolate Milk
2. Carb-Protein shakes such as "Countdown" or a frappucino with added whey protein
4. Juice and whey protein (recommended medical grade whey protein)
5. Energy bar with 30-40g carbs, 10g protein.
6. Protein Drinks such as Accelerade, or typical sports drinks combined with a protein source
7. Yogurt and fruit
8. Peanut Butter and graham crackers
9. Turkey sandwich on white bread
10. Beans, hummus, and pita
P. 73: Recommendations of how much to eat after a workout. A 200lb guy should have 91-109g of carbs for every 37g of protein after a tough workout.
P. 76: A 7 day diet plan for building muscle
P. 95: The Abs Diet
P. 111: Recipes for awesome meal replacement shakes
P. 128: 7 day diet plan for losing weight.
P. 153: Healthy nutrition eating habits, such as always eating skin on the fruit, or ordering pizza with double tomato and light cheese.
There's plenty more, but it's all already condensed enough as it is.
Having seen Sky Stallone on "the Contender" doing his boxing thing, I can say that, he boxes better than 90% of the asswipes here.
As for out of shape, I hope I am THAt out of shape when I reach his age.
You fail to see the point of life. So if it doesn't have one, why should this thread? :icon_pira
Originally Posted by plasmagoat