I received a few free copies of Muscle Insider from my favorite supplements store. They claim to be "Canada's #1 muscle-building magazine". Here's a typical cover:
Notice that it's a "SPECIAL MUSCLE BUILDING ISSUE". Does that mean that other issues do not pertain to muscle building?
Directly under that teaser, it promises "rock-hard mass without drugs." Then why is Phil Heath on the cover? Are they saying that his physique is attainable without drugs or are they just admiring his results despite the obvious drug enhancement?
In either case, it's an awfully confusing message.
Moreover, I couldn't find any articles on training! Don't believe me, take a look at the latest columns and see how many you find.
The goal of the magazine is clearly to sell supplements, pure and simple, something that contributes to about 1% of your results IMHO.
Let me save you the trouble of reading the magazine. Buy a quality whey protein, creatine, multi-vitamins, fish oil, green tea and work your a$$ off.
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