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OH is looking to get some weight off and get back into training - can anyone recommend a good book to accompany this? I thought he'd quite like that for Fathers Day.... Or maybe a subscription to Men's Health mag - anyone know what that's like?
I really enjoy reading Men's Health. I find it a lot more informative with good solid info.
I'm so over the women's mags that make everything so personalised. YOu know, you can't get a nice case study without hearing about how their mother died and they lost the weight by swapping mars bars for fun size milky was and all their feelings. A bit too blah for me.
So yeah- men's health is good and you will be able to get some nice tips from that yourself.
forget mens health if you can its mostly useless and also the fact they issued an article of a bloke losing weight recently which was the same article they used over a year ago
what are his goals? ie what body does he wanna achieve?
Thanks PM and Dave, I'd totally forgotten about this post!! :doh:
Dave, OH is a stocky/muscular build already, but since having our baby, and having pleurisy/pneumonia 2 years ago, he doesn't train as much as he used to. He wants to get back into it, and although he still has the muscle tone there, he wants to lose the fat that he's gained. Any ideas?
if he wants to lose the weight he will need to do a cutting diet
doe he use the internet much?
if so tell him to visit here and have a look around its a great site full of great info and its all free
if he joins he could post his goals ect.. in there and get some good feedback and help along the way
or if he wants he can pay for a proper advice from experts
for a fee look here for that http://www.muscletalk.co.uk/Tailored_Nutrition_Advice_from_Experts_%2D_now_a_t eam_of_consultants/m_1104321/tm.htm
infact anyone can join even you ladies:wink:
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