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March 2001

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 Cynthia Berkley and Bill Davey.

March 2001 - Table of Contents
Volume 62, Number 3

Special Bonus

  • M&F's Supplement Index 2001
    This brand new listening of supplements for bodybuilders and other athletes, along with a rating on their effectiveness, will help you decide which ones to take and which to forsake.
Superfeature: Power Foods

  • Supplement Report Card 2001
    What supplements are best? Which are sold on junk science? We provide the latest cutting edge information on the newest supplements, to help you make an informed buying decisions.

  • Gain Plan
    A leading panel of bodybuilding nutrition experts provides the ultimate blueprint for gaining muscle mass.

  • Take It Off
    Drop those last few pounds of bodyfat to reveal the chiseled physique you've been building with this easy to swallow eight week diet plan.

  • Muscle Menus
    Want to go all out to get massive, or do you prefer a disciplined approach to adding size? Here we provide both tracks with simple tips for reaching your goals.

  • Fit to Be Tried
    Too goo to be low-fat? These healthy snacks will surprise you with their taste.

  • Global Power
    Muscle building recipes from around the world.

  • Table Top 20
    Our picks for the 20 healthiest foods to help you round out your bodybuilding menu.


  • Triple Header
    Mr. Olympia Ronnie Coleman talks triceps, and when it comes to his gargantuan guns, there's a lot to talk about.

  • Bodybuilding 101: FAQs on Ab Training
    Carve a mind blowing midsection with these answers to common questions on abdominal training.

  • Power Mania
    Ready for a complete training and diet program that'll break you out of the growth doldrums? If you don't mind working hard to get bigger and stronger, put your present program aside and jump abroad.

  • The Cru-Ci-Ble
    Think the last time you broke a sweat in the gym was a hard workout? Here, hardcore bodybuilders from yesteryear reflect on their forays to the edge of pain and suffering, all in the name of size.

  • Extreme Intensity: Drop the Bomb
    Is your biveps peak pathetic? These fice charged up intensity methods will put the pop back in your pistols.

  • Back To Back
    Amateur fitness competitors Michelle Galardi and Heather McCormick share their inspiring tales in the face of adversity as they provide the 411 on building a sexy, head turning back.


  • Speedy Recovery
    Here's what supplements to use to come back strong after a tough workout.

  • Sports Research Update
    Half the Battle


  • Knocking On Heaven's Door
    What happens behind closed doors before a fitness contest? Six beauties slip M&F their hotel keys for a sweet, salacious glimpse.

  • Body & Sole
    M&F explains the latest in athletic shoe technology and how to find a pair for your own athletic feats.

  • Sports Research Update
    Periodize for Power

  • Wild Weekend
    A preview of who'll be favored at the 2001 Arnold Classic, the Midwest's largest musclefest of the year.


  • Editorial
    Kid Power by Joe Weider

  • Perspective
    The Great Equalizer by Tom Deters

  • Feedback

  • Success Stories
    U.L.T.R.A. Successful

  • Hardwired
    Digital Buzz

  • Hotline

  • Training Notebook
    • One Arm Dumbbell Row
    • Kinesiology
    • Advanced Training with Mr. Olympia

  • Body by Betty
    Break the Cycle

  • Ask Arnold
    Help for the Weak

  • Lab Notes

  • Nutrition Journal
    Superfoods, Superfast

  • Muscle Fare
    Outrageous Fruit Pie

  • Get It Right
    Stiff Legged Deadlift

  • One Minute Lesson
    A Question of Depth

  • Vitamin Corner
    Magnesium and Muscles