Men's Fitness Magazine
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June 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 Robert Martling.

June 2002 - Table of Contents
Volume 18, Number 6

Cover Story

  • Summer Abs
    A new progressive workout will rock up your flabby midline and create the washboard stomach you covet.


  • Break Away From Your Fat
    A smart fat burning strategy will defeat fat for good.

  • How To Develop A Fitness Mind Set
    Establishing a weight loss mentality is half the battle in achieving a fit lifestyle.

  • Jump Start Your Stalled Nutrition Plan
    Don't beat yourself up if your diet peters out - just rev it back up.

  • Beachwear: Blue Sunset
    The best in summer sand 'n' surf togs is just as sweet for the street.

  • Your Food / Stress Connection
    Discover which foods can help decrease anxiety.

Personal Trainer

  • Bench Ready in Eight Weeks
    Incinerate blubber and building muscle just in time for summer with this circuit training regimen.

  • Unilateral Training
    Create body symmetry and increase overall strength by working each limb individually.

  • Nutrition: See Your Six Pack Sooner
    Your abs will congratulate you when you fix your eating habits with our 12 painless tips.


  • Rise and Stretch
    Exercise before you even get out of bed - it's easy and pays big dividends.

  • Sandals: Leather and Grace
    Cool kicks for hot days.

  • Energy: Beat the Bonk
    Your fatigue might have a hidden cause. Root out the culprit and regain your spark.

  • Get The Whole Food Habit
    Avoiding processed foods will improve your health stimulate fat loss and building long lasting muscle.

  • Self Hypnosis for Better Gains
    It can relax you, enhance your workout performance and help you end some bad habit.

  • Cardio: Ground Rules
    We will tell you which running surfaces give your joints and muscles a break.

  • Flaky Fitness
    Kiss dandruff - and other health problems - goodbye.

  • Break Out of your Sex Slump
    These unique rut busting tips will bring back that loving feeling.

  • Ask Our Experts
    How much water is too much? Plus, eat protein before your workout.

  • Health Update
    Does your cereal have too much iron? Also, protect yourself from skin cancer.

In Every Issue

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