Men's Fitness Magazine
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January 2001

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 Antony Cassetta.

January 2001 - Table of Contents
Volume 17, Number 1

Cover Story

  • 2001: A Body Odyssey
    Enter a brave new world of fitness with a 12 month program that will lead you through the year.


  • Can you Survive a Fad Diet?
    A slew of trendy eating plans beckon. Is there one that can work for you?

  • Improve Your Jump
    Our 30 day plan to higher hops.

  • New Roads to Fitness
    To paraphrase Thoreau: Diversify, diversify, diversify. Gymnastics, tai chi and fencing will break up your workout routine.

  • The Buck Stops Here
    We filter the fat our of the famed Seattle coffeehouse chain.

  • Allergic to People
    Hey, shy guy, you may not be just a wallflower. You may have social anxiety disorder.

  • Health and Fitness Follies of 2000
    Surveying a years worth of crackpot comments, oddball observations and ghastly gaffes.

  • A (Sleds) Dog's Life
    More than 100 miles of bitter cold, treacherous trails and howling wolves. Bring it on, said the author as he entered the Iditasport for the third time.

Personal Trainer

  • Eating Game
    You need the right nutritional balance to accompany your yearlong exercise plan.

  • Basic Training Tips
    10 essential workout pointers for beginners to learn and veterans to remember.

  • Fat Burner
    Take heart! Our 90 day aerobic plan will ensure that you don't neglect your cardio.


  • Web Zone

  • Virtual Medicine
    Conquer pain, phobias and personal demons through computer simulations.

  • Bottle of the Sexes
    Learn which feminine supplements won't make you less of a man.

  • Off the Wall
    No longer just a playground game of creaky old New Yorkers, handball offers a superior athletic and aerobic workout.

  • Hot Clothes, Cold Days
    Our practical yet sartorial assortment of winter wear.

  • Is She Trying to Drive Me Crazy?
    No, but she is anyway. Learn the method behind her madness.

  • Are You Fit To Drive?
    Navigating winter roads requires some preseason preparation.

  • Cold Comfort
    The author warmly recalls frigid holiday afternoons of pond hocket.

  • Weird Gear

  • Ask Our Experts

  • Success Stories

  • Health Update
    Exercise to combat depression. Plus: vitamins that lower your homocysteine level, 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