Momentum Media Review

Editor's Review: 3.0 / 5.0

Momentum Media

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Momentum Media is a sports publishing company. They are the ones who publish Athletic Management, Coaching Management, and Training and Conditioning magazines. In addition to the magazines, they also produce a number of newsletters related to the publications. Beyond the magazines and newsletters, they do electronic publishing for a variety of websites including: Fundrasing For Sports, Athletic Bid, Tools of the Trade, and GBall Mag. They also offer custom publishing to companies and organizations including Athletic Equipment Managers Association (AEMA), US Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association (USTFCCCA) and All American Bowl.

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For the purpose of this review, we we take a look at the three magazines published by the company. We don’t believe the Athletic Management or Coaching Management magazines would have anything of value to those who are trying to build stronger bodies and lose weight. However, the Training and Conditioning magazine could contain valuable information for those who are seeking guidance in how to use weights to build muscle mass which in turn helps strengthen the body and boost fat burning power for weight loss. While some people don’t like to lift weights and strength train when they are trying to lose weight, there are others who swear by it. This magazine contains all sorts of information on weight training and how to condition the body, so for those who are into it, it would be a good read.

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  • This company publishes sports magazines that may have advice on exercise and weight loss.


  • This company doesn’t produce weight loss supplements of any kind.
  • Simply reading a magazine or book is not enough to propel people into action to help them lose weight.


Momentum Media really has nothing to do with dieting or weight loss. While they are related to weight training and athletics, most people who are in the position to want to lose weight are not athletic or interested in weight training. If you are someone who wants to learn more about weight training, reading an issue or two of the Training and Conditioning may not be a bad idea, but overall we cannot recommend this company or the magazines. Since it takes more than reading to spring a person into action in regards to weight loss, we recommend finding a weight loss supplement that contains proven ingredients–fat burners, appetite suppressants, or both–and then using it conjunction with a balanced diet and exercise program.

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