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    Well they actually put down who the studies are carried out, i.e. the sample, with the scientific fact that they use. I don't just take things as fact, i am however more likely to believe a widely read magazine than to just take your word for it and be a good little boy.
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    I totally agree, read "Mens Health" which is the male equivalent of "cosmo" or "heat" and take everything they say for gospel!

    I've read mens health magazines before and they don't contain anything of substance of truth, seen as you're clearly not listening we'll just leave it at that, it doesn't bother me if your training/nutrition knowledge is meagre - just don't pass your misinformation on to others.
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    I have a reasonable six-pack, and i would say i got there by the following (not based on anything i read so don't take it 'correct')

    1 - Exercise - i went to circuit training at school, this is much better than doing it on your own because you are being pushed. Also crunches etc at home helped, ask a PE teacher or whoever what is best.

    2 - Water - drink water and nothing but water. (have orange juice and milk, but no coke etc.)

    3 - Eating - Eat good foods (what are good foods? --> you know what good foods are --> less Mc Donalds, more apples and tuna), and don't eat to much, if you feel full up don't eat more. Everything that you eat you need to burn off so don't over eat. This is not starving yourself or being anorexic, just eating sensibly - most people in this world eat probably about a quarter what we eat each day.

    4 - Don't wait for results - if it happens, great - if it doesn't then at least you know you are living a healthier lifestyle.

    PS - if you disagree with what i say i am sorry.
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    mens health is just filled with crap. they get desperate. most of the studies in it are poorly done and the results are probably coincidental. the articles in it are crazy like "get an 8 pack in 2 weeks" and "add an inch to your arm in a few days" and people like you believe it for some reason.
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    (Original post by imasillynarb)
    I totally agree, read "Mens Health" which is the male equivalent of "cosmo" or "heat" and take everything they say for gospel!

    I've read mens health magazines before and they don't contain anything of substance of truth, seen as you're clearly not listening we'll just leave it at that, it doesn't bother me if your training/nutrition knowledge is meagre - just don't pass your misinformation on to others.
    Ill highlight the parts of your last post that are opinion, and not fact:

    I totally agree, read "Mens Health" which is the male equivalent of "cosmo" or "heat" and take everything they say for gospel!

    I've read mens health magazines before and they don't contain anything of substance of truth, seen as you're clearly not listening we'll just leave it at that, it doesn't bother me if your training/nutrition knowledge is meagre - just don't pass your misinformation on to others.

    But hey 1 person who excercises must be right over a magazine written by the very professionals you claim to talk to. You can't use facts from some book that was written years and years ago - science changes everyday, perhaps its time you updated your knowledge a little bit. I guess that the whole magazine should be stopped because 2 wannabe body builders disagree with it and arnt open to anything that contradicts their narrow view of the world.
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    men's health is generally full of crap. How can someone be publishing new facts for fat loss 13 times a year year in year out, answer they can't so they just publish crap which is not useful the most important facts about fat loss are set in stone.
    there are only a few main things to do.
    1. Eat at a calorie deficit to get rid of all of the excess fat covering the stomach.
    2. Drink 4litres+ of water a day to stop water retention and to let the liver do its proper job.
    3. Exercise 3 times a week doing weights, specialising in ABs once you have removed the majority of the fat over your abs by doing the over stages.
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    (Original post by Elipsis)
    Ill highlight the parts of your last post that are opinion, and not fact:

    I totally agree, read "Mens Health" which is the male equivalent of "cosmo" or "heat" and take everything they say for gospel!

    I've read mens health magazines before and they don't contain anything of substance of truth, seen as you're clearly not listening we'll just leave it at that, it doesn't bother me if your training/nutrition knowledge is meagre - just don't pass your misinformation on to others.

    But hey 1 person who excercises must be right over a magazine written by the very professionals you claim to talk to. You can't use facts from some book that was written years and years ago - science changes everyday, perhaps its time you updated your knowledge a little bit. I guess that the whole magazine should be stopped because 2 wannabe body builders disagree with it and arnt open to anything that contradicts their narrow view of the world.
    Stick to your 600 crunches 3 times a week mate, I can't be arsed anymore.
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    exactly. the funniest thing about mens health is that they keep contradicting themselves. the stuff you read in things like "heat" and "ok!" is probably more reliable. you can take the incorrect advice from there if you want, just dont give it out to other people.
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    i find their website really useful for hints but i wouldnt bother wiping me bum with the magazine you just can't keep on coming up with the same useful fat loss stuff without publishing twoddle.
 
 
 
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