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(1 Customer Reviews)   |     Write Review 12 issues per year If you're looking for advice on how to pack on muscle and develop more definition, then this magazine dedicated to bodybuilding is crammed with helpful insider knowledge.

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Flex Magazine  |  UK | December 2014  


Features in this issue include...

Vegas Meltdown by JOHN PLUMMER
Everybody knew before the 50th Olympia that Phil Heath and Kai Greene weren’t the best of friends. They’d engaged in plenty of verbal sparring and a little bumping and barging on stage. But for a few seconds during prejudging this year there appeared to be a real possibility of the two men coming to blows. Fortunately the flashpoint passed and at the end, after Heath was announced the winner for a fourth time, Greene gave him a sporting hug.

Big Louie by TONY MONCHINSKI
Louis Jude Ferrigno started lifting weights when he was 12½ years old to protect himself against bullies who made fun of his hearing loss, the same yobs who made it a game to pull Ferrigno’s hearing aids out of his ears at school and out in the street (as a baby, an untreated ear infection cost Ferrigno 85% of his hearing). This little boy from Brooklyn, driven by fear, insecurity, and his survival instinct, grew into one of the most massive men—6'5" and 325 pounds at the 1992 Mr Olympia—ever to grace a bodybuilding stage and the planet.

All The Right Moves by DAVID SANDLER
How many times have you caught yourself asking the question, “Which exercise should I do?” You get cracking on a good programme, but still find yourself wondering why certain body parts just aren’t getting any better. You look around the gym and see a lot different exercises being performed and probably say to yourself, “Should I do that?”
The better question should really be, “What am I trying to improve?”

Also in this issue
24 Big Louie
54 All The Right Moves
64 Re-Armed and Recharged
74 Legendary Legs
84 From Worst to First
92 Mature Muscle
100 Return of The Russian
36 Vegas Meltdown

PLUS all the other training, nutrition, news and gossip from the world’s number one bodybuilding magazine!
If you're looking for advice on how to pack on muscle and develop more definition, then this magazine dedicated to bodybuilding is crammed with helpful insider knowledge.

Each issue of Flex magazine takes you behind the scenes at bodybuilding events across the globe, with contest photography and profiles of the competitors, as well as revealing the goals that the world's champions set themselves and how they achieve them. This fitness magazine is loaded with useful information on the best nutritional supplements for muscle growth, and authoritative workout tips covering all parts of the body, helping you to achieve your bodybuilding goals.
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You'll receive 12 issues during a 1 year Flex Magazine magazine subscription.

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Flex Magazine   |   UK | December 2014   


Features in this issue include...

Vegas Meltdown by JOHN PLUMMER
Everybody knew before the 50th Olympia that Phil Heath and Kai Greene weren’t the best of friends. They’d engaged in plenty of verbal sparring and a little bumping and barging on stage. But for a few seconds during prejudging this year there appeared to be a real possibility of the two men coming to blows. Fortunately the flashpoint passed and at the end, after Heath was announced the winner for a fourth time, Greene gave him a sporting hug.

Big Louie by TONY MONCHINSKI
Louis Jude Ferrigno started lifting weights when he was 12½ years old to protect himself against bullies who made fun of his hearing loss, the same yobs who made it a game to pull Ferrigno’s hearing aids out of his ears at school and out in the street (as a baby, an untreated ear infection cost Ferrigno 85% of his hearing). This little boy from Brooklyn, driven by fear, insecurity, and his survival instinct, grew into one of the most massive men—6'5" and 325 pounds at the 1992 Mr Olympia—ever to grace a bodybuilding stage and the planet.

All The Right Moves by DAVID SANDLER
How many times have you caught yourself asking the question, “Which exercise should I do?” You get cracking on a good programme, but still find yourself wondering why certain body parts just aren’t getting any better. You look around the gym and see a lot different exercises being performed and probably say to yourself, “Should I do that?”
The better question should really be, “What am I trying to improve?”

Also in this issue
24 Big Louie
54 All The Right Moves
64 Re-Armed and Recharged
74 Legendary Legs
84 From Worst to First
92 Mature Muscle
100 Return of The Russian
36 Vegas Meltdown

PLUS all the other training, nutrition, news and gossip from the world’s number one bodybuilding magazine!
As a subscriber you'll receive the following benefits:

  A discount off the RRP of your magazine
  Your magazine delivered to your door each month
  You'll never miss an issue
  You’re protected from price rises that may happen later in the year
  Money-back guarantee

You'll receive 12 issues during a 1 year Flex Magazine magazine print subscription.
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