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Features in this issue include... Revolution by MATT TURNER In just a few years, men’s physique contests have transformed the bodybuilding landscape. Thousands of guys who had never previously considered themselves bodybuilders are now pulling on their board shorts and lining up to take part. Although the category is new, it already often attracts the highest number of competitors. Size Matters by DAVID SANDLER My lifting career started out like that of many other teenagers looking to build muscle: find the biggest guy at the gym and do what he did—which typically meant putting as much weight as possible on the bar and completing the reps by any means necessary. Not only did my size increase, but so did my strength. Naturally, I continued to lift big, expecting my size to grow proportionately. This didn’t happen. I got stronger, but my muscle gains stagnated. What was going on? I thought size was directly related to strength. At least, that’s what the ­“experts” were saying. Muscle Nutrition by MARK GILBERT Last month we looked at macro­nutrients, the nutrients we eat in large quantities—protein, carbs and fat—that supply energy, essential fats and fibre. 
Now let’s consider micronutrients, which are the essential nutrients the body requires in very small quantities for carrying out the many processes that allow the metabolism to function. They are more commonly known as vitamins and minerals. Also in this issue 44 Mud and Blood 56 Revolution 70 Size Matters 120 Forced Reps 134 Training Talk 92 The Toughest Show On Earth 100 The Strongest Man In History 106 Brutal Strength 128 A Whole Lotta Latona 62 Superfoods 82 Chicken Redone 114 Muscle Nutrition 144 Performance Nutrition 148 Protein Powder Cookery 150 Nutrition Made Easy 12 Welcome 14 Arnold’s Page 16 Edge 140 Powerful People 154 Dan Hardy Column 158 Building Muscle 162 Bikini Body 164 Secrets Of Strength 168 Coach’s Clinic 172 UFC Conditioning 174 Under The Microscope 176 Hot Bod

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