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October 2006

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 Stan McQuay.

October 2006 - Table of Contents
Volume 67, Number 10

Cover Stories

  • Breakthrough
    Train past the point of failure and accelerate your muscle gains with these advanced training techniques.

  • Your First Supplement Stack
    Whether you're a total beginner or have been training for some time, if you're ready to get serious about your supplementation, these are the seven products you'll need to boost energy and add mass.

  • 2006 M&F Supplement Report Card
    Here it is - our annual guide to the best supplements available. We list, explain and grade more than 120 products, so you'll want to take it with you on your next supplement shopping trip.
Special College Edition

  • Majoring in Muscle
    Become a professor of muscle mass! Use your college themed training regimen to pack on muscle in six weeks.

  • Eating on Campus
    Learn how to avoid the Freshman 15 - or better yet, gain 15 pounds of muscle - by following our advice for making the most of your college dining options.

  • Russell Rats
    In the lat 1980's at Baylor University, a tightly knit group of students built their bodies and their friendship in an infamously gritty campus rec center called Russel Gym.

Training & Fitness

  • Status Grow
    Sometimes odd combinations make the best pairs. We've united an unlikely duo - back and triceps - for maximum growth in both muscle groups.

  • Gone in 30 Minutes
    Don't have time to train today? Don't give us that lame excuse. Get your butt in gear with one of our targeted 30 minute workouts.

  • Tinseltown's Biggest Beef
    IFBB pro Gunter Schlierkamp is chasing the American dream, and the Olympia title one step at a time. Here are his four exercises to help build and chisel your chest.

  • Kim's Core
    As a former competitive gymnast, Kim Klein knows a thing or two about ab workouts. Here's how she's getting her world class midsection into shape for the Fitness Olympia.
Nutrition and Supplements

  • Healthy Eating
    When it comes to bodybuilders, or anyone trying to add muscle - the rules for eating have changed. Follow IFBB phenom Phil Heath's culinary method for adding quality mass.

  • The Safe Bet
    Dexter is in, Gunter is revamped and Ronnie is as colossal as ever. It's the final countdown before the O. Here's what you can expect.

  • Magazine Man
    What can you do with $7. Joe Weider launched a magazine - and built a bodybuilding empire. Read how Joe and his brother Ben got started in this excerpt from their new book Brothers of Iron.
Featured Departments

  • Training Notebook
    • Kinesiology: Close Grip Pulldown
    • One-Minute Lesson: Is it a lock?
    • Power and Strength: The Hang Power Clean
    • Get It Right: Back at Last
    • Pullout: M&F Personal Trainer: Three's Company

  • Nutrition Notebook
    • Man Made Meal: Beef Stroganoff
    • Muscle Gourmet: Yam Slam

Columns, Etc.

  • Editorial: By Peter McGough
  • Perspective: By Joe Weider
  • Feedbac/Success Storesk:
  • Big Time: Edited by Jeanine Detz
  • Hotline: Edited by Joe Wuebben
  • Gunner's Athletic Department:By Gunnar Peterson
  • The Edge: Edited by Jim Stoppani, PhD
  • Ask Arnold: By Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger
  • The Marketplace:
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