I think the moderator told me to fuck off... Not in so many words, but said that Flex is a bad magazine. I disagree, you just have to know what BS to listen to and what not to. 1. All magazines are based mostly on nonscientific material presented in a scientific form, therefore, misleading. Flex is the best of magazines that I have read (Ironman, M&F, Men's Health, Musc Dev...) thus far, but that doesn't say much. Don't try to get information on exercise science from it. 2. Get exercise science from exercise scientists. I took the CPT training course from NASM, it's pretty good at sports specific training. Advanced Cert. if you want to go all out. 3. Things this magazine does right: information for bodybuilders. Any BB is SOL if they don't read ONE of these magazines. They give you tips on what judges are looking for and who's winning. 4. Supplements: I'm also a nutrition major. Guess what all the FDA and USDA is saying about supplements, that they all suck and don't take them. The CPT course devoted to supps is pretty weak, too. Not much info on these other than heresay, Flez does this well. 5. Things that Bodybuilders, Strength Compititors, and other Atheletes do that you should try. Don't build your routine around any of them, but there are different exercises that I haven't seen in other books, many of which don't violate the rules of good form (tight core, straight spine, etc.) and these would be good ones to try. Such as the Reverse Grip Military Press Or the "Ah-Nold" Press, things I would not have thought of otherwise. 6. In conclusion, if you still don't agree with me: (shriechs in girlish tone) I WIN!!!