Rounding Up 2009: Favourite Health Magazine
About a year and a half ago I began to read health magazines religiously. It was like my own personal reading pleasure: all of my exercise obsessions put together!
Since I do not live in the US of A, I was checking which magazine would actually deliver the magazine to my whereabouts, at a decent price (most are probably not aware of this, but you usually end up paying triple the price of the purchase for delivery. VERY UNFAIR!)
So I had that for a year or so, but then I got tired of it. It was repetitive.
Lose Weight in Just 3 Weeks!
Got Flat Abs – FAST!
Your Best Body in 2 Months !
There is nothing wrong with these claims, all marketing considered. However, it delivers the wrong message to me personally. This is because I do not announce a project in my head to lose 10 lbs in a month, or to lose weight in X days. I am committed to my health, I am committed to my best healthy self, and I do this all the time (well, of course, there are times when I am not perfect, but isn’t everybody like that?)
Also, there seemed to be far too many advertisements. I know they gotta afford the low postage costs, but come on…
At the moment I am doing Women’s Health Skinny Jeans Workout, which is set out over 6 weeks (I am taking longer cause I do not actually have the time) – and let me just say, I am SO much more flexible.