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November 2000

Muscle & Fitness is considered to be the best of the non-hardcore bodybuilding magazines. It contains lots of information about the principles of fitness & bodybuilding. Each monthly magazine usually contains information about weight training, nutrition, training, bodybuilding and many other topics that are current in the bodybuilding and fitness world. Muscle & Fitness is more of a mainstream bodybuilding magazine, which has excellent articles and pictures. On the cover is Carol Grow, Bill Davey, and Squeeze.

November 2000 - Table of Contents
Volume 61, Number 11

Special Bonus

  • Bodybuilder's Anatomy Chart and Hot 100 Exercises
    A colorful illustration depicts front and back views of skeletal muscle from calves to traps, plus a handy take to the gym reference guide with M&F's picks for the best exercises for each bodypart.
Superfeature: College Muscle

  • Pec Tech
    California is home to some of the world's best bodybuilders, but it was Cal U. of Pennsylvania's Dave Johnson who earned an A in chest training.

  • Best Bodies on Campus IV
    All that and brains, too? We choose the buffest bods in academia, otherwise known as Big Muscles on Campus, Class of 2000.

  • The Party's Over
    Recreational drugs, tobacco and alcohol can not only affect your school work but derail your hard work in the gym as well.

  • Stress Busters
    You may not be able to do anything about final exams in chem., physics and calculus on the same day, but you can do something about the way you handle the stress. Here is how.

  • Hardgainer Helper
    Can't add size no matter what you do? Take this crash course in packing on mass.

  • Rate Your College Fitness Facility
    How does your college rate? Here are some answers of the fitness friendliness of universities nationwide?


  • Bodybuilding 101: Complete Guide to the Smith Machine
    Part free weight, part machine, this versatile and often underutilized piece of equipment offers many option for building your body.

  • Monster Mash
    Haunted by poor results? Experiment with some of these techniques to build bone chilling size from five of bodybuilding's freak of nature.

  • Simons says Delts
    IFBB Fitness pro Stacy Simons untangles herself long enough to provide a glimpse into her delt training.

  • Weider Principles: Weapons of Mass Destruction
    Wisely used, these four muscle blasting techniques can help elevate you to new levels of growth.

  • Leg Man
    Mike Matarazzo sets his famous tongue abazin', providing ample guidance on licking those stubborn thighs.


  • Direct Hit
    Target your goals and nail them like a bull's eye - this former Navy SEAL tells you now.

  • Hard Corps
    See what happened when our reporter saluted the latest trends in fitness, an army style boot camp. Hint: She's still shaking sand out of her shoes!),

  • Life Size
    When we say big, we mean it! Here's a chance for you to see how you measure up, literally, with these actual size photos of your favorite pro bodybuilders.

  • Wild Things
    These bodacious bombshells navigate the precarious world of cable adventure shows.

  • Sports Research Update
    Porhormes: Will they be banned as Anabolic Steroids?


  • The Big Chill
    Frozen food does not have to taste like cardboard, M&F found some healthy choices that also taste great and take just minutes to prepare.

  • Got Colostrum?
    A bodybuilder's first drink may be one of the best supplements of all.


  • Editorial
    Power Play

  • Perspective
    To the Woman in 12D

  • Feedback

  • Success Stories
    Life Goes On

  • Hardwired
    Digital Buzz

  • Hotline

  • Training Notebook
    • Seated Leg Curl
    • Kinesiology
    • Advanced Training with Mr. Olympia

  • Body by Betty
    Make The Time

  • Ask Arnold
    Ab Solutions

  • Lab Notes
    Much Ado About Nothing?

  • Nutrition Journal
    Fast Food Follies

  • Muscle Fare
    Go Bananas

  • Get it Right
    Decline Crunch With Twist

  • One Minute Lesson
    Positive vs. Negative

  • Vitamin Corner
    Much Isn't Always Better

  • Bodybuilding Science
    Protein better than Carbs