The contents of Muscle and Fitness Magazines never failed to fascinate its readers. But how credible are the contents of these magazines really? Usually the coverpage comes with eye catching topics like " Burn more fat, zap 3000 calories doing everyday stuff ", "More muscle less fat in 4 weeks ", " Your best body ever, in just 15 minutes a day ", " Six pack in four weeks, the ultimate abs building plan " etc. For these reasons, many are purchasing it, wishing they might also get the same body shapes of the personalities featured inside it.
They present limitless opportunities for body development, distorting the truth. The way I see it, such informations only serves as a form of entertainment. The harsh fact of life is, those well defined six packs and chiselled upper body takes months if not, years of consistent workout, proper nutrition and supplementation to achieve.
These magazines share one common goal, be it muscle and fitness, bodybuilding, or health magazines. And that goal is to make an income. So, for them to gain more profit, they need a buying public. And to have a buying public, they needed to satisfy their wants. They feature new angles, and sometimes reaching the state of a bit of exaggeration. Sales will follow after. There are, of course, some truth in what they write, but they are rarely informative.
Even the internet is filled with lots of half truths about getting that desirable body. Oftentimes we read reviews about a new cutting edge supplement that burns 300% more fat, or how a certain product helps you gain muscles 2 times faster etc, and these positive reviews are written by someone who is promoting the product themselves. Whether you are a beginner or a hardcore fanatic, the amount of free information we read everywhere can mislead us and not necessarily bring us closer to our goals.
Do not confine yourself to free sites or eye catching magazine articles. Explore…There are know-how books and there are credible sites in the Internet too. Just be certain that what they are telling you are all for real.Bodybuilding, nutrition and supplementation should be back by science and research since it concerns our most precious assets, our one and only BODY. Its not like an electronic gadget or an item which we can easily replace or discard with once we find it does not deliver what it promises.