Men's Fitness Magazine
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September 2003

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 Paul Logan.

September 2003 - Table of Contents
Volume 19, Number 9

Personal Trainer

  • Welcome to the Machine
    The ultimate machine doesn't need an infomercial to help you carve a 3-D midsection in no time flat.

  • Body Shop: Cable Accessed Delts
    Our cable shoulder program will give you a godlike V-taper. Interested?

  • Fuel: The New Fat Burners
    Flab torching supplements without the ephedra

  • Quick Fit: Quad Buster
    Try this thigh fryer for your best legs ever.

  • Smart Training: Slow It Down for Faster Results


  • Outsmart Your Body
    These eight easy tricks will have your body looking and feeling years younger.

  • Look Good, Feel Better Foods
    Say farewell to wrinkles, fat and stress.

  • Eargasm
    These new audio / video toys will give you unlimited pleasure.

  • Fungi for Fun Guys
    Man should not live by meat alone. So add these great tasting, nutritious mushrooms to your plate.


  • Fast Track
    The latest on LASIK; one fearless editor takes to the skies; why you need all wheel drive; our superhero DVD face off.

  • Ask Our Experts
    Park your ego at the gym door. Plus, learn how to lower your blood pressure.

  • Stretching to Win
    Spend quality time with your muscles to help prevent injury and improve performance.

  • Relationships: Get What You Want In Bed
    To turn your boudoir dreams into reality, all you need is a good ear - and mouth.

  • Track Your Workout
    An exercise journal will get you to your goals faster.

  • Foods to Help You Snooze
    If shut eye eludes you, try these sleep inducing snacks and comfort foods.

  • Make Running Easier
    Learn the pose technique to minimize injuries and energize your cardio.

  • Energy: Carpe Diem, Carpe Noctem
    Whether you're a night owl or a morning lark, there are steps you can take to be a top performer around the clock.

In Every Issue

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