Muscle Media 2000 Magazine
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Bill Phillips' Muscle Media 2000 considers itself the risk takers of bodybuilding magazines, which offends some people, and brings out a lot of controversy in some of the articles that are written. The magazine has a lot of questions and answer sections, and takes a personal approach to the art of bodybuilding.
October 1996 Table of Contents
Science Health & Nutrition:
- The Doctor is in, In Shape that is! Dan Gwartney, M.D., reveals insights into his success as a steroid free bodybuilder.
- The Not So Boring Rep: How to boosy muscle growth by mastering this fundamental concept.
- Lower Body Fat: New ideas on solving a stubborn problem.
- Busted, Part III: Steroids - the legal side effects.
- Anabolic Rountable: Part II: Three of bodybuilding's most controversial talk about everything.
- Research Roundup: The latest research findings on exercise related topics.
- Nutri-Facts: Can a lack of nutrition lead to an overtrained body?
- Anatomy of a Muscle Fiber: A little understanding could help you make big progress in the gym.
- Olestra: Devil's Curse or God's Gift? A preliminary look at the newet nutritional dream product.
- Index: Amusing compilation of health related statisfics.
- Testosterone - a miracle drug? New study sparks doctors' interest.
- Body-Tech: Relevant research for bodybuilder.
- Steroid Star Profile: Oxymetholone - a close look at Anadrol.
- No Holds Barred: A letter from the editor
- Letters: Readers speak out
- News & Tidbits: The latest goings-on
- Rant: Bombs Away
- Last Look: Inspiring words
Questions & Answers:
- Uncensored Q&A: Bill Phillips gives you straightforward answers
- Ask the Guru: Dan Duchaine answers questions on his Bodyopus diet
- T.C. Talks: T.C. Luoma answers reader's questions
- A Question of Strength: Charles Poliquin answers questions on training
- Medibolics: Michael Mooney addresses questions about steroids