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December / January 2002

With Muscle & Fitness being the number one magazine in its genre, this spin-off aims to do what M&F did for men, to teach women about muscle & fitness, and why it is important. This magazine is geared for women and their unique ways of working out, nutrition, etc. On the cover is Cory Everson.

December / January 2002 - Table of Contents
Volume 2, Number 6

Workout Pullout

  • Short Circuits
    For efficiency and effectivenss, these three workouts can't be beat. Our fitness experts - Mia Finneganm, Kelly Ryan and Timea Majorova - created body sculpting programs with one thing in common: They can be completed in 30 minute.


  • Perfect Form: Upright Row
    Want stunning shoulders? Learn how to do the upright row with this expert advice.

  • Cory Targets Your Trouble Spots
    When it comes to building a better body, trouble commonly lurks in the abs, thighs and tris. Try these physique fixes courtesy of six time Ms. Olympia Cory Everson.

  • Read, Set, Snow
    Prepare for the slopes with these preseason workouts for downhill and cross country skiing and snowboarding.

  • Zoning Laws
    Maximize your exercise by understanding the different heart rate zones your body can experience during cardio training.

  • Latitude Adjustment
    Jenny Worth sculpts a shapely back as part of her overall plan to conquer the world of fitness.

  • Home Work: Perfect Presses
    Training at home doesn't have to mean a watered down workout. With our instructions, you will be performing these upper body exercises perfectly. By Kim Hartt.


  • Holiday Lights
    Whether you are hosting a seasonal feast or brining a dish to a family gathering, you will want to try one of these fabulous fitness-minded recipes.

  • M&F Hers Holidays Survival Guide
    Six fitness pros share the secrets they use to get through this season of excess with physique and psyche intact.


  • Success Stories: Ready To Race
    After a serious injury ended her active lifestyle, this month's Success Story returned to a favorite childhood activity to find a new fitness challenge.

  • Real Women: No Shrinking Violet
    By day, she works to help developmentally disabled kids; by night she's a fitness fanatic. If you need inspiration, Violet Zaki's story is the place to start.


  • Southern Belles
    Fitness contest coverage from the 2001 Jan Tana in Virginia, where Kelly Ryan took top honors.

  • For the Competitor: Signature Moves
    Having a unique fitness contest trick can set you apart from other competitors. Here, IFBB pro Beth Horn shares her own astounding version of the handstand.


  • Winning the Weight Loss Game
    Does your body seem to want to stay at a certain weight. Learn how to assess and alter your own bodyweight setpoint with these easy steps.

  • Your Stay Well Cocktail
    If you want to void colds and flu this season, wash you hands, get plenty of sleep and eat well. These supplements can help, too.

  • The Gift of Fitness
    If fitness is your things, we've got the gifts for you. Take a look at what Santa will have in his workout bag for you this season.

  • Off the Workout Wagon
    Don't feel bad if you lose your exercise resolve; it happens to everyone. You can get back on the training track after a slip, and our tools show you how.


  • Editorial
    Coping with the Holidays, by Betty and Joe Weider.

  • Girl Talk
    Your feedback...

  • Fitness Extra
    The latest findings for women in the fields of exercise, beauty, nutrition, psychology and health.

  • Just the FAQs
    Answers to frequently asked questions on health and fitness.

  • For Moms Only
    Don't Stop Now

  • Healthy Woman
    Overpowering Depression

  • Buyer's Guide
    Web sites from the advertisers.

  • End Result
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