You can practically feel the sweat dripping from Muscle and Fitness magazine. This pleasingly substantial mag is packed with everything a current or potential muscle-builder could want to know.
Muscle & Fitness gives you great advice on all areas of fitness from eating the most nutritionally beneficial foods (high protein, low fat) and taking supplements to the best training regime as well as interviews with manly muscle-bound men. This magazine is packed with different exercises to try get into that perfect Olympian shape and target each and every muscle in order to maximise your strength.
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We’ve got a lot of respect for the muscle-bound stars of Muscle and Fitness magazine. And this is not just because in pre-historic world it would have been them who would have survived and prospered – we have too much of a fondness for that lethally unhealthy combination of beer and pie to achieve any great level of fitness ourselves here at Newsstand. No, it certainly takes a lot of dedication, hard work, effort and sweat to reach such a Herculean physique, and we respect that.
Strength has been one of the defining characteristics of the male for about as long as history records. Hercules was the strongest man alive, Atlas held up the world on his shoulders. The strong have long been venerated and the weak reviled. As a result there is nothing strange about wanting to have that perfect body, it’s a normal reaction to what the world values and perceives as right. What we need to do, however, is persuade a sports supplement company to begin making pies that are high in protein but low in fat, beer that is as good as a health shake but, crucially, tastes just as good. And perhaps some exercise wouldn’t go amiss either. NB