Here’s what’s in the March 2013 issue of Men’s Fitness
Big fat lies. The world is full of them. And the world of fitness and nutrition is rife with misconceptions and bad practices. But thankfully we’ve used our March 2013 issue to set the record straight and hopefully get you on the path to a healthier, fitter you.
Firstly, in our fat loss special, we’ve exposed the truths behind the most popular weight loss methods to make getting in shape that little bit easier. Then we’ve included three ultra-effective 15-minute workouts that, when combined with our no-fuss food meal plan, should help you shift that spare tyre in no time.
If it’s muscle building you’re after we’ve got the second workout of our three-part series to make you rapidly put on lean muscle mass. There’s also the first two-week strength-training phase from Deputy editor Joe Warner's 12 Week Body Plan MagBook.
On top of that we tried being extra nice for a month to find out if nice guys really do finish last. We’ve also cherry-picked 30 of the very best challenges of the year – from a night run down Sin City’s famous strip to a cross-continental swim taking you from Asia to Europe. There’s no better way to stay motivated.
Providing that extra bit of inspiration we discovered the training secrets from Britain’s Olympic heroes Ben Ainslie and Greg Rutherford as well as England’s goalkeeper Joe Hart. For all that, plus a round up of 2012’s FitBrit final, pick up our latest issue from the shops, subscribe here, or download here.