- M&F ROAD MAP TO GREAT ABS
Want directions to a well defined midsection? Follow the fast lane and soon you will be in danger of being ticketed for driving with a six pack.
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- POWER CENTER
Besides looking hot, great abs improve your sports performance and reduce your risk of low back injury. Here is how to train all your core muscles.
- 12 PACK
A dozen ways to help develop your own six pack.
- Q & ABS
Answers to typical questions about chiseling your abs into a fat-free work of art.
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- M&F GUIDE TO INTERMEDIATE BODYBUILDING
Ready to take on new training challenges? This program can help you move beyond beginner.
- FAQ'S: NEXT LEVEL NUTRITION
To make the most of their new status, intermediate bodybuilders also need to adjust their eating plans.
- INVINCEABLE CHEST
Vince Galanti may be an amateur bodybuilder, but he navigates the business side of the muscle world like an old pro and trainings his chest like one, too.
- WEEKEND WARRIOR
Working out regularly can be tough, but our regimen lets you training hardest on weekend so you can see gains and still have a life.
- BODYBUILDING 101
Troubleshooting: Delts & Traps. The five most common mistakes in shoulders and traps training and how to correct them.
- MONICA'S MAGIC
1998 Fitness Olympia champion Monica Brant reveals here winning formula and how she builds enchanting arms.
- TARGETING PROBLEM AREAS
Vastus Lateralis. Four top bodybuilders explain how to give your thigh that awesome sweep.
- HURRICANE DARREM
Mind blowing poser and IFBB pro Darrem Charles uses gale force energy to traing devastatingly strong quads.
- SPRING THINGS
Gear to get you going in the warmer days ahead.
- ARE YOU A WINNER?
Test your level of emotional intelligence to find out how likely you are to succeed in the gym.
- REALLY BIG SHOW
Some of our favorite bodybuilders take over a carnival and put on the freakiest sideshow you have ever seen.
- GOLD RUSH
Olympic weightlifter Melanie Kosoff sets multiple records on her way to her goal of competing in the 2000 Olympic Games.
- THE PERIODIZED DIET
You may cycle your workout for better gains, and now nutrition experts suggest cycling your food intake as well to support your physique goals.
- NOCTURNAL NOSHING
A 2 am meal? Sounds crazy, but if you can't gain enough size, late, late eating may be the answer.
- SPORTS MEDICINE
- Editorial: 'Fact or Fiction' by Joe Weider
- Perspective: 'Crunch Time' by Tom Deters
- Mind in Bodybuilding: Workout Magnitude
- Body by Betty: Training for Two by Betty Weider
- Training Notebook::
- Smith-Machine Incline Press
- Kinesiology by Michael Yessis, PhD
- Advanced Training with Mr. Olympia by Ronnie Coleman
- Lab Notes: Making the Grade by Jose Antonio, PhD, CSCS
- Bodybuilding Science: Super Sugars
- Ask Arnold: Clearing Up Confusion
- Hardwired: Digital Buzz
- Nutrition Journal: Simply Soy
- One Minute Lesson: Bench Press Differences
- Photo Finish
- The Marketplace
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