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Men's Fitness Magazine (UK) Podcast

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Every episode of the MF (UK) podcast is packed with expert exercise and nutrition advice, previews of what's in our upcoming issues and reviews of new training techniques and gear.

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Every episode of the MF (UK) podcast is packed with expert exercise and nutrition advice, previews of what's in our upcoming issues and reviews of new training techniques and gear.

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Just what I was looking for.

By bergamot_cali - Mar 31 2011
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Informative and entertaining.

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Just what I was looking for.

By bergamot_cali - Mar 31 2011
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Informative and entertaining.
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Men's Fitness Magazine (UK) Podcast

Latest release on Nov 29, 2011

The Best Episodes Ranked Using User Listens

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Warning: This podcast has few episodes.

This means there isn't enough episodes to provide the most popular episodes. Here's the rankings of the current episodes anyway, we recommend you to revisit when there's more episodes!

Rank #1: Men’s Fitness Magazine (UK) Podcast 3: 21/03/11

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In this month’s podcast we’re discussing the nonagenarian who’s breaking fitness records, explaining why German Volume Training will make you much stronger and challenging deputy editor Joe Warner to perform as many sit-ups as he can in a minute (expect painful groaning). We’re also answering your MF Facebook page fitness questions, uncovering another shocking lunchtime gym crime and offering you the chance to win a massive tub of protein.

Mar 21 2011

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Rank #2: Men’s Fitness Magazine (UK) Podcast 8: 29/11/11

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In this month’s podcast we’re discussing the obesity gene, personal trainer no-nos and how strawberries can help you recover from your workouts.

We’re also challenging MF staff writer Ben Ince to perform as many sprawls as he can in a minute, running a boxing- and UFC-themed quiz, and MF features editor Joel Snape is going to sing his special lunchtime gym crime jingle – exciting and ear-splitting in equal measure!

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Nov 29 2011

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Rank #3: Men’s Fitness Magazine (UK) Podcast 7: 05/10/11

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In this month’s podcast we’re revealing why fruit juice is bad for you, challenging staff writer Sam Rider to perform as many clap press-ups as he can and getting Mike Causer, top PT and director of Causer Conditioning, to explain the secrets of effective abs training.

We’re also uncovering a noisy lunchtime gym crime and offering you the chance to win a huge tub of CNP protein. Get involved!

Oct 05 2011

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Rank #4: Men’s Fitness Magazine (UK) Podcast 6: 01/08/11

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In this month’s podcast we’re looking at why the US Army have banned Vibram FiveFingers, discussing how chairs are killing us, challenging Features Editor Joel Snape to perform as many kettlebell goblet squats as he can in a minute and speaking to Zoran Dubaic, director of Strength Performance, about some of common strength training mistakes people make.

We’re also uncovering another rage-inducing lunchtime gym crime and offering you the chance to win a huge tub of CNP protein. Get involved!

Aug 01 2011

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Rank #5: Men’s Fitness Magazine (UK) Podcast 5: 02/06/11

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In this month’s podcast we’re looking at why computer games might be stopping the nation’s youth from learning the valuable skill of tree climbing, discussing claims that the moon can make you thinner and challenging features editor Joel Snape to wall sit for as long as he can.

We’re also asking UFC bantamweight fighter Brad Pickett to answer some of the MMA-based fitness questions you’ve been posting on the MF Facebook page, uncovering another troublesome lunchtime gym crime and offering you the chance to win a huge tub of CNP protein.

Jun 02 2011

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