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What to Take to Get in Shape


www.ironmanmagazine.comLooking to get bigger, leaner and/or downright inside-out shredded? Then you may want to check out the 2012 ProSource Sports Supplement Buyer’s Guide.

In it you’ll find to-the-point descriptions of just about any type of supplement you can imagine—from fat burners to protein to testosterone boosters to pump enhancers and more.

As senior editor Bill Kispert says in his letter on page 2, “We carefully investigate the products we sell to ensure the highest level of efficacy and value. As fellow bodybuilders and athletes ourselves, we realize that you want real results from the supplements you invest in, and, therefore, we put more emphasis on our product selection than perhaps any other company in the industry.”

Many of the supplements are rated and even show supplement facts from the labels, a nice touch. There’s even a section on clothing, straps, gloves, hats and other items, and at the back you’ll find an alphabetized list of all the brands that are included, along with the company’s products and pricing. It’s like a quick reference when you know exactly what you’re after.

Oh, and you’ll see lots of motivating muscle too—from Joe Donnelly, the man on the cover, to Dan Decker, Greg Plitt and even Ronnie Coleman.

This is truly one of bodybuilding’s most revered and influential publications—and it’s been helping bodybuilders achieve their goals for 15 years. To get your copy—online or printed—go to www.ProSource.net.

 

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