Muscle & Fitness
About Muscle & FitnessMuscle & Fitness magazine is a lifestyle magazine for bodybuilders that shares the latest on cutting-edge training and nutrition for men and women who want to build muscle. More Info
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About Muscle & Fitness
Much of Muscle & Fitness magazine's content focuses on the mainstream fitness and bodybuilding lifestyle, and it provides various workout regimens and exercise routines, such as lifting weights, designed to build muscle. Throughout the year, Muscle & Fitness may publish a number of special issues dedicated to nutrition and fitness topics, such as the "Annual Beginner's Guide," "Buyer's Guide," "Arms Issue," "Crossfit Issue," "Fat Burn Issue," and "Nutrition Issue."
Anyone from beginners to bodybuilding enthusiasts looking for motivation to build muscle would find it in a subscription to Muscle & Fitness magazine!
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I signed up with M&F for 6 reviews. Only 6.
Months late I see on my bank a Standing order for 6 more reviews.
I call for an explaination, for them to tell me that, if you don't cancel, it carries on.
I love the mags but certainely not the way they push their sales.
I have been reading Muscle & Fitness for years. It is a great source for the beginner and the advanced weightlifter / exercise enthusiast. When you are struggling with your gains (muscle)or losses (diet), this magazine can point you in the right direction.
If you want a msg that can guide you to a better more fit you this is it. Can teach old dog new tricks and new dogs all the tricks of the trade. Very informative and practical.
I used to subsribe to M&F years ago, so that was what I expected. Heavy on bodybuilding content and light on general fitness. M&F now reminds me of Men's Fitness years ago.
I am 5'9in tall and 150 pounds and Muscle & Fitness magazine helped me in getting to 160lbs of solid muscle @ 4% body fat. I have an athletic training background and much of the information was factual and I reviewed the sources which were sometimes hard to find. As a personal trainer these give wonderful ideas for training sessions and for me personally allow new insights to weight training. I recommend this publication over Muscle development and FLEX magazine, because the advertisements fill up to much of the magazine. I gave this publication up because of expense and I switched to running due to time constraints of being a mostly stay home father.
I will renew my subscription to Muscle & Fitness. It has a little something that I can learn or put into use in every issue. It also has lots of workouts for all levels of experience and ways to alter them.
I will always buy Muscle & Fitness for the info on the body and how to keep it healthy and strong.
The exercise, science and nutrition content is top notch. Really good, in-depth descriptions along with pertinent pics for exercises, solid science backing the info on nutrition, supplements, physiology, etc. The ads, however, take over the magazine. Too many overall, too misleading (sometimes hard to tell an article from an ad), and advertising - and therefore advocating - junk products.
It a really good mag. It's a step up for lifters from Men's Health and not as fluffy as some of the other mags. Lots of good advice for getting better lifts in. It's a good buy for someone trying to find new lifts and how to better some old lifts.