Spring is here and the April issue of Muscle & Fitness is packed with the training tips, muscle building recipes, and motivation you need to build your dream body develop, just right Once the weather has warmed up.
This month's cover photo features celebrity chef Robert Irvine, perhaps the star of the Dinner: Impossible and Food Network. The 53-year-old is no stranger to keeping his body in top shape, and in our extensive article he talks about how he stays torn as he builds a global empire and tries to make a healthier planet create.
This Spring Training Handbook will get your body in full swing by focusing on functional strength, mobility, and overall explosiveness. It's the perfect remedy for the winter weight you might have put on.
No matter how big your training, you will never reach your goals with a bad diet. This month, we're deconstructing (and renewing) the bacon cheeseburger, showing you how to make top quality meatless fajitas and how to make sweet potatoes. Our five health-focused recipes give you some new ways to comfort food with all the taste and no regrets.
Actor David Lim shares his kicking workout to a S.W.A.T. to play. Officer on television. This issue also contains profiles of seven courageous and inspiring men and women who keep their bodies in shape by serving the public.
And since Muscle & Fitness have teamed up with FLEX . Here are even more training and diet tips to help you make serious progress in the gym. In this issue, we'll show you how two pieces of equipment can reach the breasts of your dreams in less than 30 minutes, and how Henri-Pierre Ano, a candidate for the 201