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Old July 9th 07, 01:13 AM posted to misc.fitness.misc
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A good fitness magazine is a cheap way to obtain top quality
information that can improve your levels of health.

One thing that you do have to be aware of when reading some of these
fitness magazines is the fact that a lot of the information is given
by people who are at different levels of fitness than yourself.

If you are at all unsure about any of the information that you read in
a fitness magazine then it is wise to consult with your doctor before
using any of their techniques.

There are different fitness magazines for various types of fitness
training and also for people of different levels of physical fitness.
Only you will know what your own personal levels are and that will
allow you to buy a fitness magazine that will give you the information
you need to boost your health.

At the top end of the scale there are people giving advice who have
been using steroids and other bodybuilding supplements and unless you
are in the same position then following instruction from those
particular fitness magazines will not benefit your health.



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