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Features in this issue include... Triple H by SEAN HYSON When a guy has not one but two Motörhead songs written about him, calling him a badass is such an understatement it’s almost insulting. Triple H, aka Paul Michael Levesque, cemented his status as a pro wrestling legend long ago, having played a major part in the WWE’s infamous Attitude Era—when his battles with antihero characters like The Rock and outrageous antics such as flipping the bird to opponents drew record TV ratings. But with 13 world-title reigns under his belt, Triple H is now spending more time in the boardroom than the locker room as one of the WWE’s top executives. That said, “The Game” still laces up his boots for the occasional pay-per-view event, and, at age 44, is the strongest, healthiest, and most agile he’s ever been. As Lemmy Kilmister said, “Bow down to the king…” Austrian Alps by SHAWN PERINE In the 1970s, there was no need to consult grizzled mountaineers or your dentist’s dog-eared copies of National Geographic to find the world’s most awe-inspiring peak. Denizens of any local gym knew that precipice could be found in Venice, California, where there lived and trained an Austrian-born muscleman bearing an equally prodigious surname. The Replacements by MATTHEW KADEY In many cases, the foods you crave most—crunchy potato crisps, mounds of spaghetti, slices of crusty pizza—are the very ones that can quickly torpedo your diet. We’re talking about typically high-carbohydrate foods here, those that send blood-sugar levels soaring and add to a softer physique. But what if there were a way you could dig into a stack of pancakes or a plate of tacos without going into starchy overload? The key is to know how to make creative substitutions using nutritious low-carb alternatives that slash the gut-busting starch but still provide all the classic flavours. The following copycat recipes transform notoriously carb-heavy items into fat-burning fuel so you can indulge your cravings guilt-free. Also in this issue 68 Triple H 80 Austrian Alps 90 Torch Your Fat 100 The Replacements 110 Creating Colossus 118 Ultimate Strength 128 The 8 Biggest Dieting Mistakes 136 For Whom The Bell Tolls 144 Bodyweight Street Workout 150 Dairy: Good For More Than Protein 158 Straight-Up: Delts 164 High-Low Training 18 Edge 36 Train 56 Eat 172 Supps 177 M&F Expert 14 Welcome 16 Arnold’s Letter 206 Last Set 208 Hot Bod

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