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Joseph Lee

Age: 25 Weight: 170 (contest); 185 (off-season) Height: 5’8” Hometown: Anchorage, Alaska Current residence: Fullerton, California Occupation: Field service rep for Armstrong World Industries Contest highlights: ’13 NPC Tournament of Champions, men’s physique, A-class, 3rd; ’13 NPC West Coast Classic, ...

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Martae Ruelas

Age: 31 Weight: 145 (contest); 190 (off-season) Height: 5’3” Hometown: Phoenix Current residence: Phoenix Occupation: Personal trainer Contest highlights: ’13 NPC USA, lightweight, 3rd; ’13 NPC West Coast Classic, lightweight, 1st Factoids: He loves hot wings and horror movies, and ...

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Susie Lin

Photographed at Gold’s Gym, Venice, California by Jerry Fredrick   Age: 42  Weight: 118 Height: 5’4” Sample workout (legs): Circuit 1—leg extensions, 3 x 15-20; sumo squats, 3 x 20; leg curls, 3 x 15; Circuit 2—good mornings, 3 x 15; ...

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Train With Joe

According to the December ’12 Bottom Line Health, coffee can reduce pain. Subjects who drank just one cup of coffee about an hour before awkward computer tasks had significantly less pain than those who didn’t drink the coffee.“Caffeine is an ...

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Don’t Get Stoned

According to those who have had to pass them, kidney stones are an incredibly painful affliction. Doctors suggest drinking plenty of water to keep your kidneys flushed, and new research suggests ditching plastic bowls and cups—at least for hot stuff. ...

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Tea Cures Acne?

• According to the March ’13 Better Nutrition, green tea can significantly improve acne. That comes from an eight-week trial published in the Journal of Investigative Dermatology. The EGCG in the tea “suppresses acne-promoting bacteria, reduces secretion of sebum (a ...

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Up With People

If you listen to the negative voice in your head, you’re bound to get down. It’s self-sabotage. In fact, many of us can recall pessimistic people throughout our lives who fed that negativity. According to the December ’12 Prevention, now is ...

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