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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 1997 Table of Contents
Superfeature: The Best of Summer:
- Made for the Shade: Being sun safe doesn't have to spoil your summer fun.
- Shades of Summer: Take a look at what these sunglasses have to offer
- Laser Razor: Zap that fuzz away with the latest in hair removal.
- Tips for the Trip: Some ideas to help make your summer travel smooth sailing.
- Sweat Factor: Don't let the heat and humidity of summer interfere with your worksouts. M&F takes a closer look at how excessive water loss can hinder your performance and suggests ways to guard yourself against dehydration.
- Summer Splashdown: Get wet and wild with our workout routines and tips for water skiing, windsurfing and jet skiing.
- Backdraft: Full time firefigher and professional bodybuilding Porter Cottrell lights a fire under his back training.
- The Weider Principles: Tri Sets: Find out why big Lou Ferrigno thinks this technique is one of the best ways to shock stagnant muscles into growth.
- Bull Neck: Bodybuilders and other athletes need powerful necks, but few do exercises that target these small significant muscles. We'll show you how.
- Trap Ease: The greatest shrug exercises on earth for building bigger traps.
- Custom Built: So manny training splits, so little time. Dr. Squat explains how to create one to satisfy your specific muscle building needs.
- Get it Right: Beach Press: Learn proper execution and technique to achieve the results you want.
- Ab Session: Charles Clairmonte says a program of fewer reps and sessions is the way to get a ripped midsection.
- Think Lean: The initial steps in a weight loss program begins in your head.
- Muscle Cramps: Don't let sharp pains tie you in knots - follow these steps to reduce the likelihood of cramps and learn what to do if one occurs.
- Shouldering the Pain: Rotator cuff injuries and recurring shoulder pain can seriously slow your training progress. Find out how bodybuilding can help strengthen your shoulders.
- Supplemental Sex: In the quest for muscle, many bodybuilders ingest compounds that could affect their sex lives. M&F examines the side effects some supplements may have.
- Nasy Habits: Breaking bad tendencies that hinder your training.
- Winning Strategies for Losing Fat: Ready to shed that winter coat? Check out how cycling your caloric intake and consuming certain foods will allow you to manipulate your metaabolic rate.
- Pregnenolone: Does this hormone offer a safer and more effective way to achieve the benefits of DHEA?
- Too much of a Good Thing? You probably worry about getting a minimum amount of protein in your diet, but some sports nutritionists warn about getting too much. Here's what you need to know.
- Cheating Foods: Sticking to your clean, green bodybuilding diet might leave you lean and mean - and in the mood to binge. Learn how to indulge safely.
Women / Personality:
- Great Scott: The first Mr. Olympia, Larry Scott, speaks out about love, faith and personal tragedy.
- Armed & Beautiful: Sharon Bruneau, one of the most popular women in bodybuilding history, explains how to build strong, shapely arms.
- Sports Medicine: Should you get your joints recapped now?
- Editorial: The best alternative therapy by Joe Weider
- Perspective: by Tom Deters
- Success Stories: Turning tragedy into victory.
- Training Notebook: Leg Extension
- Training Notebook: Kinesiology:
- Training Notebook: Advanced Training with Mr. Olympia
- Mind in Bodybuilding: Taking Responsibility
- Body by Betty: Munchie Madness
- Lab Notes: Leptin - Miracle Cure for fat?
- Bodybuilding Science: Will eating more fat increase testosterone? - Exercise stimulates ANF to reduce heart disease - Military melatonin - Aspartame safety revisited - The Methanol Connection
- Ask Arnold: Training Heavy to Build Mass
- Nutrition Journal: Menu Makeover
- Muscle Fare: Salad days are here again
- The Marketplace
- Coming Next Month