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Old 01-29-2011, 05:43 PM   #8
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Originally Posted by BendtheBar View Post
Waaaay too much complication. Everyone has to give their unique slant and program.

Simplicity, the basics and hard work don't sell too many magazines.

The roid magazines also have lost touch completely with natural lifting, which even further muddies the waters. The Internet is actually a tool helping folks to re-connect with effective, natural methods of training.

But, with the good comes the bad. There is also an entire new mountain of crap to weed through. Some good, most over-complicated and unique for the sake of uniqueness.
this is true, i have learnt more from the internet than from anywhere else, but most of it has come (or been directed through) from forums, now there is definitely a lot of shit to wade through on some of them, but i have been lucky not to get caught up in those and only been on the 'good' boards

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