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June 2004

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.

June 2004 - Table of Contents
Volume 65, Number 6

Cover Stories

  • Monster Mass III: Five freaks of nature reveal their secrets to superhuman strength.

  • Just Eat It!: Let us eliminate the guesswork - here's exactly what to eat every day for a week.

  • 7 More Great Exercises You've Never Heard Of: Supercharge your muscle growth with these seven undiscovered exercises.
Bonus Section

  • Grow With The Flow: The key to building a bigger body is creating a better workout. Here's the second half of M&F's guide to making the most of your gym time.
Fat Burning Superfeature

  • Nuke 1,000 Calories: Kiss your bodyfat goodbye! You can burn 1,000 - yes, 1,000 calories - in one supercharged cardio and weight training workout.

  • Drop Fat Fast: Readers asked, and we responded. Here are expert answers to common - and not so common - fat-loss questions.
Training & Fitness

  • All Abs All The Time: For former amateur bodybuilder Sagi Kalev, maintaining model perfect abs is a full time job.

  • Jack Up Your Back: Pull out all the stops on your way to getting a wide, thick back with new IFBB sensation Troy Alves' high powered workout.

  • Set It Off: Blast your muscles with a technique that allows you to keep going and going long after a normal set would end.

  • Two Days With Timea: Burn fat, build muscle and speed up your result with Timea Majorova's two day full body program.
Nutrition and Supplements

  • Joint Relief: Sore from training? These nine supplements may be the soothing tonic your joints need.

  • 1-Pan Menu Math: Even a guy can do it. Here's how to make a quick and easy meal that's high in protein and low on mess.

  • Great Escapes: Get your muscles swelling with these nine kick add fitness vacations.

  • A-Rod: Alex Rodirquez, the best player in baseball, lifts his game with intense weight training.

  • Hot Rod: Check out who A-Rod gets to go home to every night - Cynthia Rodriquez.
Arnold Fitness Weekend 2004

  • Cutting It Close: Cutler wins; Cormier winces.

  • Fitness Free-For-All: Who replaced Curry atop the world of Fitness

  • Amber Alert: The stumble heard around the world

  • All Eyes on Iris: Kyle finally gets her due.
Featured Departments

  • Training Notebook: Page 1 Workout: Four moves to quadruple your quads

  • Training Notebook: One Minute Lesson: When benching, choose your grip width carefully

  • Training Notebook: Pullout: Standing Rear Delt Cable Flye

  • Training Notebook: Target Training: How to hit the middle traps.

  • Training Notebook: Power & Strength: Training your lower legs can boost your squat

  • Training Notebook: Form vs. Fiction: What's the best way to do dumbbell rows?

  • Training Notebook: Get It Right: Try doing cable shrugs lying down

  • Training Table: Cook Smart: Fat Fighting Foods

  • Training Table: Recipe Doctor: Competitor's Chicken Parmesan

  • Training Table: Muscle Fare: Spicy Sloppy Joes

  • Nutrition Rx: Case Study: How can a hardgainer with a small appetite eat big?

  • Nutrition Rx: Nutritional Journal: When you can't stomach milk.

Columns, Etc.

  • Editorial: By Joe Wieder
  • Perspective: By Arnold Schwarzenegger
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  • Big Time: Edited by Steve Mazzucchi
  • Hotline: Edited by Steve Mazzucchi
  • The Edge: Edited by Jim Stoppani, PhD
  • Ask Arnold: By Arnold Schwarzenegger
  • Mind & Body: By Carey Rossi
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