Muscle & Fitness (USA) abonnementen
Muscle & Fitness (USA) is a must for body builders. Bekijk hieronder de actuele aanbiedingen. En kies jouw Muscle & Fitness (USA) abonnement.
1 jaar (12 nrs.)
Muscle & Fitness (USA) cadeauabonnementen
Cadeauabonnementen stoppen altijd automatisch.
Dus geef nu een abonnement op Muscle & Fitness (USA) cadeau. Voor een verjaardag of een andere feestelijke gelegenheid. Of zomaar, omdat iemand het verdient of goed kan gebruiken.
1 jaar (12 nrs.)
I thought some readers might benefit from the perspective of a beginner/intermediate weight trainer. I use this magazine for little more than getting ideas for new exercises so that my routine doesn't get stale. In that sense, Muscle and Fitness is a treasure trove of information on new and interesting ways to work out. Some of the routines are inappropriate for beginners or even intermediate lifters, but the principles remain the same. There is a great emphasis on proper form and a general disapproval of lifting heavier weights than you are capable. Exercises are well described with examples of proper form and thorough explanations provided by professionals. As a previous reviewer said, these professionals sometimes contradict one another, but as in any profession, opinions differ and all that can be done is to present the information and allow the reader to judge what is best for them.
Having said that, there is bad with the good. There are an enourmous number of multi-page ads for supplements, often posing as articles. Some of these are of dubious benefit and often make outrageous claims. 90% of these are useless for the general user (I have no interest in spending outrageous amounts of money to build muscle while I sleep) though I imagine a professional would be interested in anything that might help them gain a slight competitive edge. In my opinion there are too many ads which tend to distract from genuine articles. There is also great emphasis on building mass and losing fat - if you are thinking about subscribing to this magazine you should be far more concerned about the "muscle" aspect than the "fitness".
Read more reviews on Amazon.com
Anderen namen ook een abonnement op