Men's Fitness Magazine
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September 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 Tomm Voss.

September 2002 - Table of Contents
Volume 18, Number 9

Cover Story

  • Ultrafeature No Excuses Workout
    You are guaranteed to find a routine that works for you among the six we present in our special section.

  • Ultrafeature: Barbell Basics
    Our three distinct workouts, 10, 20 and 30 minutes in length will start your individual train ing needs.

  • Ultrafeature: Three 20 minute Workouts
    We will help you reach your goal, whether it is to get back into training, gain muscle or slim down.


  • Lose Your Blues
    Tackle mild depression with exercise, and put color back into your life.

  • An Exercise on Vitality
    The Chinese have known it for centuries: Tai chi restores energy, increases flexibility and reduces stress.

  • Think Yourself Lean
    Losing that gut begins with these mental strategies that cement your chances for success.

  • Style Training
    Fall fashions for your active guy physique.

  • Fit on the Road
    Animal Planet's superfit Jeff Corwin shows how you too can stay in shape while traveling.

  • Manage Your Fear
    A year after 9/11, a vague anxiety still grips us. Learn how to control it so it doesn't control you.

  • Detox Delicacies
    Cleanse your system with these3 10 every day edibles.

Personal Trainer

  • Nutrition: Fat Loss in a Tiny Bag
    Drink tea to lose weight.

  • Body Shop: A Leg Up
    Build a strong lower body with our unique leg exercises.

  • Smart Training: Doing Splits
    A simple approach to separating your workouts, split training will maximize muscle building efficiency.


  • 15 Minute 6 Pack
    Working the muscles around your abs in conjunction with the abs themselves will build a well development core.

  • Raw, Cooked, Frozen or Canned?
    Not all fruits and vegetables are created equal: prepare them properly to reap the maximum benefit.

  • Beat Running Pain
    Keep your cardio efforts back on track by minimizing your aches and pains and reducing your injury risk.

  • There's Still Time to Make This A Killer Summer
    Don't read this page unless you have access to the Internet.

  • Bald by Choice
    Try our many hair removal techniques to find the one that best suits you.

  • Ageproof Your Brain
    Protect your grey matter, as you do your body, for long term health and optimal functioning.

  • Protect Your Prostate
    Being proactive is the first step in taking care of this gland that fails one out of six men.

  • Seven Myths of Sex
    We debunk some widely held misconceptions about sex so you can be better in bed.

  • Ask Our Experts
    How can I work both sides of my back even ly? Also, cross training to enhance performance and strength.

  • Health Update
    Drinking water lowers your risk of heart disease. Plus, stretching prior to exercise is shown to protect muscles.

In Every Issue

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