Men's Fitness Magazine
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April 2002

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 Jonathan Aube.

April 2002 - Table of Contents
Volume 18, Number 4

Cover Story

  • Home Workout
    A hundred dollars and some shopping sense are all you'll need to replicate the gym experience in your own living room. And the accompanying workout we give you will put even the first timer squarely on the road to a lean, muscular body.


  • Name That Tuna
    These nine new variations on the chicken of the sea can turn your lunches into tasty, get big meals.

  • Hybrid Bikes
    Offering the latest in bike technology, these rides are good for on and off road cardio adventures.

  • Make Sugar Work For You
    Sugar plays a crucial, complex role in your diet. Learn which sugars are good to your body, and when and how to take them.

  • How To Max Your Training Results
    Incorporating these five easy tricks into your overall training plan will enable your body to grow and grow.

Personal Trainer

  • Your Next Step: It's Time To Supersize
    Phase 2 of the yearlong workout is all about getting big. We give you the tools; it's up to you to build that body from the ground up.

  • Accelerate Your Growth
    To keep up with your supersizing workout' you've got to feed the machine. Here's how to do it without getting fat.

  • Tri Something New
    Make your tris stand out with these seldom used machine based, free weight and body weight exercises.

  • Squeeze That Rep
    Sometimes going slow and steady in your reps can put you firmly in the fast lane toward better results.

  • Power Pill
    Fight sluggishness and get a training boost with branched chain amino acids.


  • Forearm Blast
    Improve the functional strength of your lower arms and enhance your weightlifting ability with a mere 15-minute investment.

  • Bulk Up Your Brain
    Want to get smarter? Here are five ways to build a bigger, better brain.

  • Cardio With Your K-9
    Who let the dog out? You should the bext time you o for a run. You'll both reap the benefits.

  • The Slow Fast
    Short term caloric reduction can decrease blood pressure and cholesterol and might give your pants a little breathing room.

  • Her Cheating Heart
    Beware the warning signs and stop her before she strays.

  • Ask our Experts
    Should I build muscle, then lose fat, or vice versa? Plus, how to work your rear delts.

  • Health Update
    New 30 day, continuous wear contact lenses reduce risk of infection. Also, tips for healthy hips.

In Every Issue

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