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October 2005

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 Linda Overheu.

October 2005 - Table of Contents
Volume 66, Number 10

Cover Stories

  • M&F Book of Exercises - Back
    Add another volume to your workout encyclopedia - and more width to your back - with these give moves.

  • Pro Advice: Biceps
    You want massive arms? Here's how Ricahrd Jones got them. The IFBB pro shares his sleeve busting biceps routine.

  • Hollywood Abs
    Top Celebrity trainers reveal the workouts that take Hollywood's elite from soft to rock hard in record time.

  • Spectacular!
    Follow these six rules of chest training to build an Oak shelf of your own.

  • Feats of Feet
    Blow past the skills your mama gave you. These drills and exercises will unleash your full athletic potential.

  • Fifty Sense
    Think high rep training is for soccer moms? Our eight week program takes the technique out of the SUV and into the trenches?

  • Pro Advice: Triceps
    Baling hay sure building some nice triceps. IFBB figure pro Jaime Franklin shows you how to carve out your own part (no overalls required).
Nutrition and Supplements

  • Perfect Protein
    Hardgainers, vegetarians and powerlifters unite. Whatever you diet and goals, here are the right protein picks for you.

  • Cognition Ignition
    A mind is a terrible thing to waste. Fire up your gray matter with our mental boosting supplement stack.

  • Power Pizza
    These five recipes will satisfy your craving for a big cheesy pie (without the guilt).

  • All New Challenge Round
    A huge cash prize, a star studded judging panel - the Mr. Olympia's wildest round just got a while lot wilder (not to mention more lucrative). Here are the latest rules and regs.

  • Growing Pains
    Find out the difference between a twinge and a tear, and how each effects your training.

  • Lee Haney
    More than a decade after retiring his posing trunks, Lee Haney still inspires awe.

  • Physical Graffiti
    An artist's eye view of the backstage action of the 2005 Arnold Classic.
Featured Departments

  • Training Notebook
    • Page 1 Workout: Tri-Fecta!
    • One-Minute Lesson: Resting State
    • Target Training: High Ham Exam
    • Power and Strength: Stand and Deliver
    • Get It Right: Smith Machine One Arm Bench Press
    • Pullout: Seated Cable Rope Row

  • Training Table
    • Case Study: Sleep Solutions
    • Man Made Meal: Turkey Stroganoff
    • Food Fallacy: You Should Avoid Eating Nuts
    • Recipe Doctor: A Lighter Lasagna
    • Reality Bites: Pasta Pleasure

Columns, Etc.

  • Editorial: By Jeff O'Connell
  • Perspective: By Joe Weider
  • Feedbac/Success Storesk:
  • Big Time: Edited by Jeanine Detz
  • Hotline: Edited by Jeanine Detz
  • The Edge: Edited by Jim Stoppani, PhD
  • Ask Arnold: By Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger
  • Just for Women: By Cory Everson
  • Mind & Body: By Carey Rossi
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