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Old 01-16-2010, 11:17 AM   #1
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MAB is looking for short, simple, 500+ word articles on:

--Bodybuilding Cutting and Bulking Diet Approaches and Example Diet Plans (Example..."A muscle building approach that minimizes fat gains.")
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These articles can really be on anything under the sun, and complete author creativity is allowed as long as content is solid.

I do editing, so articles need not be perfect. The articles can be as long as you'd like, but not be. I am really looking to put together some solid articles for beginners to wrap their brains around.
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Old 01-16-2010, 01:52 PM   #2
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I can do an article on how to cut weights for a competition? Similar to Matt Kroc's only my own spin on it. I am doing a trial cut tomorrow to gauge how long it takes for me to hit target weight in the sauna,and how much I need to eat and drink before I am back to regular weight, so day of my contest I have it perfected to a science. Not really for beginners tho.
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I can do an article on how to cut weights for a competition? Similar to Matt Kroc's only my own spin on it. I am doing a trial cut tomorrow to gauge how long it takes for me to hit target weight in the sauna,and how much I need to eat and drink before I am back to regular weight, so day of my contest I have it perfected to a science. Not really for beginners tho.
That's fine if it's not strictly for beginners. As long as the approach is relatively defined or laid out. Or your game plan is laid out in one way, shape for form.

I also wouldn't mind some beginner powerlifter/strength builder workouts - if any of you lifters have that in you. they don't need to be articles. Just training templates.
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