Men's Fitness Magazine
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July 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 Chris Monberg.

July 2002 - Table of Contents
Volume 18, Number 7

Cover Story

  • Fine Tune Your Fat Loss
    Fifteen easy ways to speed up your weight loss program.


  • Let the Big Dog Bark
    Add 15 to 20 yards to your golf swing with these exercises.

  • Caffeine Breakdown
    Learn how to control your caffeine habit instead of letting it control you.

  • Backpacker's Guide to Gear
    What you need to have fun and stay safe out in the wild.

  • 51 Things Your Father Should Have Taught You
    We culled the best of Dad's advice and are passing it on to you.

Personal Trainer

  • Yearlong Workout, Phase 3
    A Cut Above the Rest. Phase 2 packed on the pounds. Now get shredded in time for summer with this circuit training program that keeps the bulk but cuts the fat.

  • Yearlong Nutrition, Phase 3
    Get Fit with No Fat. A new eating plan joins your mission to strip away fat while holding on to muscle.

  • Biceps Shock
    For optimal biceps growth, try these four unique curls.

  • Explosive Training
    This advanced training technique will strengthen your physique - and give you quicker reflexes.

  • Nutrition Science: Instant Muscle Gratification
    A shot of liquid protein right after your workout will hasten your gains.


  • Thigh Fry
    Try this five minute workout to build bigger, better legs.

  • Power Optimism
    Live a happier, fuller life with our how to feel good guide.

  • Meal Timing Benefits
    Knowing when - and how much - to eat is crucial to retaining your hard earned muscle.

  • Keep the Swing in Your Schwing
    Make love as long as she wants.

  • Hydration Strategies for Ultimate Energy
    Don't let dehydration bring you - and your workout - down.

  • The Liver's Edge
    Your outwardly healthy body could be hiding internal liver damage. Learn to avoid high risk behavior.

  • Ask Our Experts
    Do Your Muscles need more than one day to recover? Plus, the role fiber plays in fighting fat.

  • Heath Update
    High fat meals slow blood flow. Also, protect yourself from gynecomastia.

In Every Issue

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