Men's Fitness Magazine
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November 2000

Men's Fitness is dedicated to the man who likes to stay in shape. It contains articles on training, health, nutrition, and sports related recreation. This magazine is for the man who keeps in shape and likes to read about fitness related adventures and articles. On the cover is Scott Gurney.

November 2000 - Table of Contents
Volume 16, Number 11

Cover Story

  • Fit In 5 Days
    Our quick health and fitness plan will get you spruced up for the weekend.


  • Mountain High
    The journals of four mountain climbers illuminates their Alaskan ascent.

  • Lights for Your Life
    Reflective wear and gear that will beam you up when the sun goes down.

  • Bowflex vs. Soloflex
    Which is the better home gym? Our fitness experts determine the answer.

  • Snow Daze Ahead
    From how to where, all you need to know for a season of snowboarding.

  • Apparel: The Party's Over
    Casual is out in today's workplace. But matter your earnings, you can look like a million bucks in the latest office attire.

  • TV Dinners: Best and Worst
    A guide to the good and the bad of that notorious bachelor meal.

Personal Trainer

  • Get Gym - Read At Home
    A workout to prepare beginning exercisers for that first trip to the gym.

  • Bigger Arms in Half the Time
    Time saving and effective, supersetting is a great technique for building your arms.

  • Eat Leaner, Burn Cleaner
    The wrong diet can have you backfiring like a shoddy muffler. Learn how to fuel up without leaving a trace of gas.

  • Yearlong Program Update
    A new round of exercises will keep you from going soft during the maintenance phase.

  • Perfect Form: Bent Over Row
    The right way and the wrong way to do it.

  • Fit for the Slopes
    Our four week program will tune your body for a vigorous season of winter sports.


  • Web Zone
    Sifting through the cybermuck for the best Internet sites for the active lifestyles.

  • The Placebo Effect
    Can you treat a variety of ailments without actual treatment?

  • Low Fat Foods for Game Day
    TV watching finger foods are imperative for football season. Learn to make five favorites as nutritious as they are delicious.

  • Weird Gear
    The latest retail odds and ends - mostly odds - from the fitness marketplace.

  • Ask our Experts
    Does running on a treadmill provide the same workout as running outdoors?

  • Success Story
    Motivated by the weight loss triumphs of other readers, Chris Green dropped 100 pounds.

  • Health Update
    HIV makes a troubling comeback. Plus, how to treat your aching feet; the physiology of morning wood; and much more.

In Every Issue

  • Editor's Letter
  • Publisher's Letter
  • Letters
  • Fit News
  • Ask Dr. Joy
  • Ask our Experts
  • Buyer's Guide
  • Cooldown