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November 2000

Muscle Media Magazine went through transformations in 1999, coming out with only a few issues. The year 2000 is starting of with Bill Phillips asking to begin a new era with not only a dynamic and comtemporary new look, but also a renewed focus on helping the reader succeed in their efforts to look and feel great. The magazine is owned by Bill Phillips, who also owns EAS. The magazine focus on information on training and nutrition. Muscle Media is an interesting magazine to read, mostly geared for beginning people who want to get into shape. On the cover is Kelly Carlson and Anthony Cassetta.

November 2000 - Table of Contents
Issue #82


  • All in the Family
    Chris Whitman transformed his life to become a better husband and father.

  • Ab-Training Tips
    How to mold your midsection.

  • The Power to Change
    The winning principles and techniques of the 1999 Body-For-Life Champions.

  • Fast Food for the 21st Century
    The new ready to drink sports shakes.

  • Beyond Plain Ol' Chicken
    Are you overlooking excellent protein sources like beef, veal, prok, and lamb?

  • Survivor!
    Vickie Mangum's irrepressible energy.

  • Endless Journey
    For runner Stu Mittleman, reaching one goal opens the door to the next.

  • Gotcha Back
    NFL stars Peter Boulware and Andre Wadsworth have each other covered.


  • Up Front
    This story really happened.

  • Word of Mouth
    Letters from people who care

  • Clear Cut Q&A
    Clarify your path to success

  • Sport Supplement Review
    Navigating the marketplace

  • Ask Dr. Life
    Answers about living fit

  • Success Coach
    Simple stretches

  • Inspiration
    Smiling through life is a choice

  • Book Excerpt
    Have you reached a plateau?

  • Gear Guide
    Stylish, high tech gym bags.

  • Authorized Recipes
    Fast Food with a Flair

  • Research Update
    The Power of Music

  • Freeman's Word
    Reflections on Veterans Day.


  • Cutting Edge of Creatine Transport
    SyntheVol HP; Creatine Myths