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    I put sizzling hot Dianna Dahlgren on the cover this month because I wanted to get your attention! I think it worked! This month’s issue is packed with tons of information on getting ripped and building muscle. Getting ripped is the theme of this month’s issue of MD.

    Ron Harris gives you the complete nutrition and fat loss plan to get sliced in “Get Ripped in 8 Weeks.” Nick Trumminello gives us the lowdown on why it’s best to focus on strength training and watch your diet instead of doing lots of cardio in “The Science Behind Strength Training for Fat Loss.”

    Nothing says “ripped” quite like a shredded midsection. It’s one thing to lose body fat, but when you have a six-pack, you are telling the world you mean business. “Your Ultimate Ab program: 30 Days to Razor Abs” is your master plan to build and carve a midsection that will show the world what you’ve got.

    Several of our science departments report on cutting-edge research about shedding body fat while maintaining muscle. Daniel Gwartney, M.D. examines “The Fat Incinerating Powers of Brown Fat” in his Fat Attack column. In Muscle Growth Update Michael J. Rudolph, Ph. D., MD’s Senior Science Editor, looks at “Controlling AMPK and mTOR for Maximal Muscle and Fat Loss.” And “Does Fasted Cardio Maximize Fat Loss?” is the topic of this month’s M.A.X. Muscle Plan by Brad Schoenfeld, Ph.D., CSCS, FNSCA. Dr. Gwartney gives readers “The Ultimate Get Ripped Anabolic Stack” in his Testosterone column. In Supplement Performance, Victor Prisk, M.D. talks about “Fat-Loss Supplements: What Works and What Doesn’t.”

    Being big, strong and ripped is something that we truly believe in at MD. The magazine contains more cutting-edge science content on training, nutrition, fat loss, performance-enhancing drugs, bodybuilding science and muscle growth to complement the hardcore feature articles than ever before! We continue to deliver the best bodybuilding magazine in the industry with the best writers and industry experts, and are grateful for your continued support.

    In last month’s issue of MD, Dan Solomon presented his findings after polling various industry experts and legends to see who they felt had the best arms of all time. The winner was Lee Priest, and in “How I Built the Best Arms of All Time” Ron Harris tells us how Lee built those massive Priest guns that exuded raw power, and were the epitome of freakish. Lee was outrageous and more so outspoken to a fault, which eventually tanked his pro bodybuilding career. But that shouldn’t negate what he accomplished as a bodybuilder.

    A few weeks after Lee Priest won the arm race, MD’s panel of industry legends and experts reconvened to answer the question, “Who Has the Best Legs of All Time?” Eight-time Mr. Olympia Lee Haney had this to say “As far as I’m concerned, there were only two bodybuilders that possessed the greatest legs of all time. Tom Platz and Paul DeMayo. The rest is eeny, meeny, miny, moe.” The results of Dan Solomon’s special report is in this month.

    In the 80’s, when he was in his competitive prime, Tom Platz was the most popular bodybuilder in the world. He was hailed as the uncrowned Mr. Olympia and the People’s Champion. In this month’s MD, Tom Platz is voted to have the best legs of all time, of any bodybuilder who ever stepped on a stage. In “Tom Platz: the Pride and the Passion,” an exclusive interview with Peter McGough the most inspirational bodybuilder ever talks about his unique time and place in the sport.

    The rest of the book is packed to the binder as usual – making MD your one-stop, most authoritative source for optimizing muscular development with the latest cutting-edge research on training, nutrition, fat loss, performance-enhancing drugs, muscle growth and bodybuilding science – and exclusive information from the industry experts, insiders and bodybuilding legends who make it all happen. See you next month!
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    And Jose Raymond couldnt get cover.... not so well done....
    Lance Armstrong is a winner.
    Chael Sonnen to be next president.

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    Nothing about that cover represents real bodybuilding. No kid today will tell stories 20 or 30 years from now about how this cover drew him to become an IFBB pro.

    Nice work, well done.
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    The fake tan on his mid/lower abs is pretty funny...they have literally drawn them on!

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    Jose "the Boston mass" Raymond for next cover ,MAKE IT HAPPEN MD

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ulster Neil View Post
    Jose "the Boston mass" Raymond for next cover ,MAKE IT HAPPEN MD
    Nice colours shame about the models,its great to try something different though this is a hardcore bodybuilding publication
    not a fitness mag which really doesnt reflect on your readers.
    its doesnt look good that you havent given jose raymond a cover considering his competior history and one of most popular guys around
    and a great ambassador for our sport

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    Quote Originally Posted by ahmad73 View Post
    Nice colours shame about the models,its great to try something different though this is a hardcore bodybuilding publication
    not a fitness mag which really doesnt reflect on your readers.
    its doesnt look good that you havent given jose raymond a cover considering his competior history and one of most popular guys around
    and a great ambassador for our sport


    Well said Ahmad could have put it any better

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    Quote Originally Posted by ulster neil View Post
    jose "the boston mass" raymond for next cover ,make it happen md
    this!^^^
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    Should change the name of the magazine to MD Light.

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    This is too gay.
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    This is everything that MD was supposed to not be about.. Bring the old style back. JOSE RAYMOND COVER!

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    I'm so excited. I can't wait to "get ripped in 8 weeks" and have "razor abs in 30 days"

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    I thought I was looking at Muscle & Fitness for a second. But, hey... ass sells. I guess you have to target 18 year old demographic, the same way the supp companies do.
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    THE BOSTON MASS should of been on cover.........MD light sounds good

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    Jose Raymond for the cover ? We want pregnant men on the cover now?

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    toney freeman should be on the cover ,, the best ifbb x frame around and what the hell happend to ed second to nun???
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    'get ripped'? 'razor abs' ?? 'best fat loss'?! It does look very muscle & fitnessy. Where are the 'Barn Door BACK'! and 'Tractor Trailer Wheels'!! articles?...

    and it's discouraging that the cvs and publix by my place doesn't seem to carry MD or Flex meanwhile the number of women's fitness mags has seemingly multiplied like rabbits. If MD is going to go the aesthetic route at least just stick to old school Frank Zane or Serge Nubret pics. Then keep it real with current freaks on the inside. I wouldn't even mind a cory everson cover, but just another ifbb bikini chick I don't recognize and never will is a real let down.

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