IN THIS IS­SUE

Just some of the knowl­edge­able pros you’ll find in MF this month

Men's Fitness - - Contents -

CHRIS HOY CY­CLING LEG­END

There are suc­cess­ful ath­letes, there are elite ath­letes and then there are ath­letes who have sta­di­ums named af­ter them. Hoy won 11 world ti­tles and six Olympic gold medals in an al­most in­con­ceiv­ably il­lus­tri­ous cy­cling ca­reer – and his huge thighs are al­most as fa­mous as he is. He ex­plains how weight train­ing benefits cy­clists on p42.

RYAN TERRY ABS SPE­CIAL­IST

Who would you go to for ad­vice on build­ing im­pres­sive abs? How about a man who has won ti­tles in­clud­ing IFBB Pro Physique cham­pion, UKBFF Na­tional Physique cham­pion, Mr Great Bri­tain and Mr In­ter­na­tional? That’s Terry, who also holds the ac­co­lade of Men’s Fit­ness cover model. He re­veals his six-pack se­crets on p64.

ANDY MCKEN­ZIE IRON DIS­CI­PLE

Af­ter 11 years in the mil­i­tary, as well as a full re­cov­ery from a bro­ken spine, McKen­zie be­came a re­spected strength and con­di­tion­ing coach. Based in his West Sus­sex gym The Train­ing Lab, ‘Iron Mac’ has trained MMA fighters, CrossFit ath­letes, Par­a­lympic skiers and Arc­tic ex­plor­ers, and he de­signed the core-blast­ing home work­out on p120.

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