The Truth about Bodybuilding Magazines
There are good bodybuilding magazines and there are bad ones but what they all have in common is motivation. There are many people all around the world carrying a lot more muscle all because of a photo that they once saw of a bodybuilder in a bodybuilding magazine.
All of the ageless bodybuilding magazines also have a well maintained website online. Famous muscle magazines like Flex or MuscleMag, Muscle and Fitness or Iron Man all have been around for many years and are packed full of motivating articles and pics.
If you would like to stay up to date on the latest happenings in the bodybuilding world then getting a monthly muscle mag is certainly the answer. Personally I remember reading my first muscle magazine after finishing school and it motivated me so much that I joined a gym.
One has to realize that well over 90% of all the photos that you see in a muscle magazine are all taken within three weeks at the end of October. Any competitive bodybuilder simply does not want to be seen in his bulking up condition and will certainly turn down any photo shoot if he/she is not looking their best.
Most of the good bodybuilding magazines all give great advice on new training techniques, new diet programs and even new combinations of diet and exercise advice. From interviews with your favorite professional bodybuilder to new and innovative exercise equipment.
Over the last thirty years the circulation of bodybuilding magazines has steadily increased and is now distributed all over the world. One needs to also realize that these magazines are sponsored by the adverts inside them and one needs to take what they say with a pinch of salt.
Probably the biggest advantage of getting a muscle magazine on a regular basis is that you will certainly be able to keep abreast with the latest developments that are happening in the bodybuilding world. The only constant is change and this industry has been constantly changing every day since it hit box office levels over thirty years ago.