- PULL OUT: THE ULTIMATE BENCH AND BARBELL WORKOUT
If you want to see muscle development on the home front, this can't miss workout is for you. It is not fancy, but you will get results.
|Superfeature: Train at Home
Want to avoid the crowded gym scene and still get in a good workout? You will need to consider price, space, expansion capabilities and more when setting up a home gym.
- HOMEMADE MUSCLE
Working out at home does not have to be complicated. Here is how you can get started with just a simple barbell set and an adjustable bench.
- HOME SWEAT HOME
When the weather turns chilly, keep the home fires burning by doing interval training on your home cardio machine
- GET IT RIGHT: STANDING T-BAR ROW
You may not be able to see your back muscles, but don't use that as an excuse to ignore this crucial bodypart.
- OUTBACK ABS
Superman meets Captain Crunch when Australian pro bodybuilder Lee Priest trains abs.
- CABLE READY, PART II
Stuck in a workout rut? These uncommon cable exercises for back and arms will get you excited about training again.
- GREAT GLUTES!
Surverys say that glutes are the sexiest bodypart, even when they are covered by clothes. Here are the best exercises and a workout that will make this muscle group a real asset.
- ESSENTIAL ANATOMY & KINESIOLOGY OF THE GLUTES
Those curvy butt muscles have technical names you can identify if you are getting a little behind in your training.
- EXERCISE ELITE
If you could do only one exercise per bodypart, which would you choose? Check out our expert's picks of bodybuilding's best.
- TARGETING PROBLEM AREAS: HAMSTRINGS
Muscular hamstrings give your wheels that fully developed look.
- TWO ARMED BANDIT
In her first year as a fitness pro, Mary Yockey is enjoying a run of good luck. Here she shares the arm workout that makes her an odds-on crowd favorite.
- ARMED FOR BATTLE
Kevin Levrone, a top contender for the Mr. Olympia throne, describes the mental battles he stages to make his triceps training invincible
- THERE'S SOMETHING ABOUT MARY
On page 146, we show how new fitness pro Mary Yockey trains her arms; here you get to see the dazzling results of her hard work.
- SCIENCE PROJECT
Our ace staffers went to the American College of Sports Medicine conference to bring you all the latest research on making muscles big and strong.
- MERRY FITNESS AND A HAPPY NEW YOU
The 10th annual M&F guide is sure to have something to please every gym rat on your list.
- ON THE ATTACK
If you get sick, you will probably miss a workout or two. Try these nutritional strategies to help supercharge your immunity so you can find off those nasty germs.
- TROUBLE BREWING
The preworkout cup of coffee probably does not give you the performance boost you think.
- THE CASE FOR CALORIES
Sure, you need protein, carbs and fat in the right proportions, but if you do not get enough calories, all that meal planning could be a waste of time.
- CUTTING EDGE:
Training on the Negative Side...
- Editorial: 'Muscle in the Year 2000' by Joe Weider
- Perspective: 'Winning Discipline' by Tom Deters
- Success Stories: Life is like a River
- Mind in Bodybuilding: Change is Good
- Body by Betty: Scents and Sensibility by Betty Weider
- Training Notebook::
- Reverse Crunch
- Kinesiology by Michael Yessis, PhD
- Advanced Training with Mr. Olympia by Dorian Yates
- Lab Notes: The High and Low of Protein by Jose Antonio, PhD, CSCS
- Bodybuilding Science:
- Mellow out with Kava
- The Turtle and the Hare
- Muscle Fare: Sweet Holiday Magic
- Nutrition Journal: Feeling your Oats
- Photo Finish
- The Marketplace
- M&F 1998 Article Index
- Coming Next Month