Muscular Development Magazine
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November 2000

Muscular Development, owned by Twinlab, is another serious bodybuilder magazine that concentrates on natural bodybuilding, but also covers fitness and health related items. They pride themselves on giving its readers extensive coverage on the cutting edge of training, diet and nutrition articles. It also has great pictures of bodybuilders, and makes for enjoyable reading. The look of natural bodybuilding and less on the hardcore look is what Muscular Development stands for. With everything geared towards the natural look, it continues to attack steroids, drugs, etc. On the cover is the Hitman, Gabe Kapler,

November 2000 Table of Contents
Volume 37, Number 11


  • Cardio Q&A

  • By the Experts Q&A

  • Muscle From + Function
    Dumbbell Pullovers: Expanding the Chest

  • Sport Specific Training
    Training for Football, by Michael Barnes, 49ers Strength Development Coordinator

  • MD Training Camp
    The Infamous Push / Pull Routine - Part Three

  • X-Plosive Plyometric Training
    Plyometrics for Imporving your Bench Press


  • Research Nutrition

  • Research Supplements

  • Supplement Performance
    Anabolic Steroids in Sport and Exercise

  • Nutrition Performance
    Bovine Colostrum: Quality Protein

  • Eat to Win

  • Muscle Shakes

Fat Loss

  • Research Fat Loss

  • Fat Attack
    Epherdragate: The FDA Conspiracy

Health & Fitness

  • Research Fitness

  • Research Health

  • Research Sport Medicine

  • Sports Science
    Fight Fat by Controlling Your Hormones

  • Testosterone
    Women on Steroids

Inside Angle

  • Editor's Letter

  • Mail Room

  • Mail Room
    Where our reader's rant and rave

  • MD Gear

  • Hot Shoppe

  • The Last Word


  • Monica Brant
    Born to be Fit

  • Train for a Massive, Chiseled Chest!
    Mechanics of 3 chest building movement

  • Gabe Kapler
    Baseball's Best Built Body

  • Steroids
    Baseball's Dirty Little Secret Exposed

  • Creatine
    Supplementation and Resistance Training: What can we really expect?