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    Four-time Mr. Olympia Champion Jay Cutler is one of the toughest, hardest working and most determined competitors the sport of bodybuilding has ever known. Jay is also outstanding for his professional achievements. His career has been distinguished by a level of longevity and excellence that has never been achieved by any other competitor in the history of bodybuilding. Jay Cutler is a great ambassador of our sport because of his iron-willed focus to get the job done, and the professional way that he conducts himself.

    With so much experience under his belt, Jay has a wealth of knowledge about training – he’s like the Albert Einstein of bodybuilding. After years of building one of the sport’s greatest physiques, through gut-busting workouts and iron-willed focus, Jay knows from firsthand experience what works and what doesn’t – and what can make or break your workouts, and the results you see in gym. Get some pointers from him on chest development in “Blow Up Your Chest! Training Secrets of Four-Time Mr. Olympia Jay Cutler.”

    2014 is a very significant year for the sport of bodybuilding, as the 50th edition of Joe Weider’s Mr. Olympia contest will take place. What’s in store for three-time Mr. Olympia Phil Heath, as well as Kai Greene and Dennis Wolf? Check out this exclusive, “A Big Year as the Big ‘O’ Turns 50!” Bodybuilding historian Peter McGough reviews the leading contenders for 2014 glory. Women’s bodybuilding has been on a rocky road for the last few years, and will things get any better in 2014? In “The Fight of the Female Bodybuilder!” Dan Soloman looks at the unique challenges facing the women of iron, including the recent creation of the Physique division a new category that takes a bit out of women’s bodybuilding by rewarding muscular women with more streamlined proportions.

    Roelly Winklaar burst on the pro bodybuilding scene in the early 2010, when he was the breakout star of the Arnold Classic and won the New York Pro. The Dutch Beast didn’t maintain his condition in the years that followed, but don’t count him out. Roelly stunned many by bringing his best package ever to the 2013 Mr.Olympia. In “Armed and Dangerous for 2014! Roelly Winklaar is back With 22-inch Guns Blazing” Find out how Roelly came back with a vengeance.

    Team MD’s Branch Warren and Jose Raymond are both know for owning sick and massive legs, and they both have well-deserved reputations for blinding, gut-busting training intensity. What better body part to showcase that intensity than the most brutal to train, legs? See if you can keep up with them in “Train Insane! Branch and Jose’s Wheel-Burning Workout.”

    This month’s Major Distraction, Michelle Lewin, has a lot in common with Jay Cutler: they both know a lot about chest development. Get to know this gorgeous bikini pro in “Michelle Lewin: Venezuelan Beauty With a Tight Booty.”

    When Kevin Jordan won the 2011 NPC Junior Nationals, he seemed to be on the verge of stardom. A few years earlier, Chad Nicholls compared him to a young Phil Heath. But these great expectations proved to be a blessing and a curse. In “Jordan’s Slam Dunk: New NPC Nationals Overall Champion Kevin Jordan Graduates to the Big Leagues,” find out how Kevin turned things around.

    This month’s issue is packed to the binder as usual – with all the latest cutting-edge research and information on bodybuilding by industry experts and insiders who make it all happen. See you next month and have a happy and healthy New Year!

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    really bad photo of jay IMO.
    HOPE THIS HELPS

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    agreed

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    Different angle but I like it.

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    The mag cover is one of the worst ( due to the odd angle?), but the topics outlined by Steve B. sound great.
    The hostoric cover of Jay in 2009 was one of the best.
    I saw a star, reached for it...and MISSED

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    Sounds like great content. The cover looks like you got creative for creativities sake......it's different.

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    Quote Originally Posted by scottg View Post
    Sounds like great content. The cover looks like you got creative for creativities sake......it's different.

    i think its great they have taken a risk of doing something different,if you carry on doing the same thing you stand still and become stale,MD always
    try to push the boundaries and keep investing in our sport some things though its great they are been creative instead of boring...

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    Terrible cover. One hard nipple one soft nipple

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ethan Wedge View Post
    Terrible cover. One hard nipple one soft nipple

    woops

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    People complain about anything. The cover looks cool to me.

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