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September 2002

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 Ahmad Haider.

September 2002 - Table of Contents
Volume 63, Number 9

Superfeature: Arms

  • Targeting Biceps: Art and Science of Arm Training
    Get more from your curls! With some simple tweaks, you can make these four first class biceps exercises more effective than ever.

  • M&F Blueprint for Arms
    Add up to 1 full inch to your arms in six weeks with this full bore construction program, complete with a training regimen and mass producing diet plans.


  • Power of the Press
    Want to carve the chiseled pecs of a Greek God? California amateur and M&F cover model Gus Malliarodakis shows you how to go hard and heavy to define a classic chest.

  • In The Trenches: Down and Dirty
    When a quartet of gorgeous fitness pros squat, lunge and raise hell in a New York basement gym.

  • The Weekend Warrior Survival Guide
    Don't let a busy schedule stop you from getting the muscular physique you want. Ditch the excuses, and learn how to make the most of your weekends with our training and diet battle plan.

  • Bodybuilding 101: Building a better Ab Routine
    These 10 essential tips will help you revamp your ab workouts - abd banish your blubber belly for good.

  • Mind Cues For More Muscle
    Want bigger muscles? Use your imagination! Try mental cues to get the most out of these 10 body sculpting exercises.

  • Victor's Guide To 3D Delts
    IFBB pro Victor Martinez opens up about turning pro, backstage backstabbing and developing massive delts.


  • Muscle Cooking 101
    Can't hard boil an egg? Don't know how to bake a potato? Follow our step by step instructions for cooking popular bodybuilding foods and go from kitchen klutz to culinary whiz.

  • The Raw Facts on Sushi
    Protein - in the raw. Muscle up to the sushi bar with our guide on the best ways to eat this high protein Asian delicacy.

  • Buzz Free Burn
    Ephedrine based products may be great for reducing bodyfat, but they are not the only game in town. Get all the hot info on ephedrine free thermogenics and how to use them for sizzling results.


  • Ice, Ice Baby
    Ouch! Sprains, strains and other pains keeping you out of the gym? Train smart and listen to your body to help you rebound from injury more quickly.

  • Real people: Muscle behind the Mic
    Manhattan TV meteorologist Mike Woods follows his own five day forecast to build muscle.

  • Shirts for Size
    Increase your flex appeal with these physique flattering fashions.

  • Fight Night
    Las Vegas prepares for a bout of heavyweight muscle at the Olympic Weekend this October.

  • Fat Loss Lessons
    Whether you want to slip into that bikini or step on the contest stage, fitness pros Lovena Stamatiou-Tuley and Laurie Vaniman offer advice that can help you fry some serious fat.


  • Editorial
    The Secret of Success by Joe Wieder

  • Perspective
    Feeling It By Tom Deters

  • Ask Arnold
    Supersets for Super Size

  • Ask The Pros
    Labrada on Training

  • Body by Betty
    Your Best Fat Burner by Betty Weider

  • Feedback

  • Get It Right
    Dips for Chest

  • Hotline
    Form vs Fiction
    Interview with Lee Priest

  • IFBB Update
    Games Report

  • Lab Notes
    Super Water

  • Marketplace / Coming Soon

  • Mind in Bodybuilding
    Bounce Back!

  • Muscle Fare
    Lean, luscious Lasagna

  • Nutrition Journal
    Breakfast Bath

  • Nutrition Rx
    Low carb concerns

  • One Minute Lesson
    Beef Up Your Calves

  • Reality Bites
    Meals Made Easy

  • Sports Research Update
    Save Your Shoulders

  • Success Stories
    Fear of Fat

  • Training Notebook
    Oblique Cable Crunch
    Advanced Training with Mr. Olympia by Ronnie Coleman.