Men's Fitness Magazine UK April 2010
Check out what's in the latest issue of the mag.
Fat loss can be an expensive business. You end up spending a fortune on powders, potion and personal training in a bid to beat the bulge – but you don't have to. Buy the April 2010 issue of Men’s Fitness, and you’ll be able to lose loads of weight for a measly £3.90.
That’s because inside our 117th issue you’ll find our brilliant new Fat Loss Challenge – a customisable training programme that helps you lose weight by giving you exercise point targets to hit each time you do a workout. The only equipment you’ll need is a chair and a wall. If you don’t have those, you’ve got bigger problems than getting thin, but we won’t go into that.
Elsewhere in the issue, we’ve uncovered the workout British actor Paul Bettany used to get ripped for action-packed apocalyptic thriller Legion, and found out whether rugby league or rugby union players are fitter by getting two top Harlequins stars to face off against each other in the gym and on the field.
We’ve also got a thrilling account of British climber Leo Houlding’s ascent of – and base jump off – Mount Asgard in Canada, as well as sprinting and shooting drills with Spurs and England goalscorer Peter Crouch. Elsewhere, we stopped freestyle snowboarding legend JP Walker mid-boardslide to get him to explain how and why you should hit big rails during your next winter sports break.
So what are you waiting for? Lunge your way down to your local newsagent and get your hands on your copy of Men's Fitness. If you want to make sure you never miss a copy again, you can subscribe to MF here.