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The article I chose to write about is entitled The Lazy Guys Guide to Health it is foundin the October 1998 issue of Maxim Magazine The magazine is promoted towards menand mainly covers issues dealing with mens health The whole point of the article is toshow men easy ways to lose weight It lists eleven different things a man can do to lose weight and reduce the calories in his diet All of the suggestions are quick and easy waysThe basic information in the article is good The suggestions the author lists seemto be simple enough for most men Even the though article has no flow it does get the point across about weight loss if you work at it every man can lose some weight Formost men its nice to hear that they can stay fit without having to spend several hours a week in a gym It does a great job explaining how to stay fit The tips are things that mostmen can use wherever they live The article has information that is very useful for men that lead a busy life The most important thing this article does is tell men what they want tohear Most men want to hear that weight loss is something that takes little time and effortHaving appeal can be the most important part of an article from a common consumersstandpoint The article will catch the eye of most male readers simply because of the articles title The author is not a good writer from an English instructors point of viewbut he does a great job of getting his point across I think the author should have been more informed about physical fitness The way I was able to tell that he needed more knowledge about health was because he didnt usevery many details when he talked about losing weight The author never told you why aperson might have a weight problem he simply told you how to
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