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March 2001

Since 1936, Ironman Magazine has been the magazine for bodybuilders. Each issue provides insights into bodybuilding, from nutrition, to lots of training info, to profiles on the men and women who make up the bodybuilding and fitness world. It also contains excellent pictures and information on almost anything you need. On the cover is Rachel Moore and Christian Boeving.

March 2001 - Table of Contents
Volume 60, Number 3


  • IM Research Team
    Big and ripped! It's one of the most powerful bodybuilding, fat blasting supplement combos out there. Warning: You could get scary - big, hard, and cut - with this quadruple stack attack. Not for the squeamish.

  • Only the Strong Shall Survive
    So you've taken a layoff from the gym. Now it is time to get off the couch and rocket back into the best shape of your life. Strength coach Bill Starr tells you how.

  • Train, Eat, Grow 17
    Up your intensity with our new program that combines full body workouts, a size building split and a dose of fire breathing, drop set intensity. Members of the ITRC take you to the next level of big. Prepare to grow.

  • Heavy Duty
    Mike Mentzer discusses how to reach your full mscular potential in one year - yes, one year, dear readers.

  • Best Chest
    How to get perfect pecs is the question, and Mr. Natural Olympia John Hansen has the answers: Two rock solid chest chiseling workouts.

  • Fat Incinerators
    Jerry Brainum's scientific look at all natural compounds that can help you blast bodyfat. Green tea, anyone?

  • Power Up!
    Interested in awesome strength with a side effect of kick ass mass? C.S. Sloan lays out the perfect power bodybuilding routine to get you mighty huge.

  • Hardgainer Q&A
    Stuart McRobert dissects abbreviated HIT training and program design for the genetically challenged.

  • Legends
    The Blond Bomber is back. Dave Draper gets teh star Q&A treatment from Rod Labbe - and opens up as never before. Remember 'Don't make Waves' with Tony Curtis and Sharon Tate? Dave recalls those glory days as well as the golden era of bodybuilding.

  • Swimsuit Extra
    A few more photos from Mike Neveux's 01 swimsuit shoot - because you never get enough!

  • 2000 NPC Nationals
    Lonnie Teper heads for NYC to give you his POV on the biggest amateur contest in the USA.


  • Ask Dr. Dan
    Daniel Gwartney, M.D., talks muscle cell swell, pinitol vs. insulin and building split biceps.

  • Train To Gain
    George Turner's mystery of the pyramids, Ron Harris gets sore, and Bradley Steiner goes ballistic on training experts. Plus, compare your workout poundages to hardgainer milestones.

  • Eat To Grow
    You don't want to try the Castration Diet, but you could be on it without knwing - until... Also, how to whip those smoking butts, getting a stiffy in a jiffy and why you may want to train, eat and be lazy Zzzzzzz.

  • Unchained
    Drugstore cowboy Greg Zulak rants on pill ills with Androl 50 and how to dodge black market steroids.

  • Naturally Huge
    Mr. Natural Olympia John Hansen discusses muscle injuries and coping when you rip a good one. Ouch!

  • Critical Mass
    Resident POF guru Steve Holman's X-Rep rap. Plus, his take on the creatine / caffeine conunrum and women's attitudes towards muscular men.

  • Bodybuilding Pharmacology
    Jerry Brainum's research laden look at steroids and liver damage. Plus, the new Chemical Q&A with William Llewellyn, author of Anabolics 2000.

  • News & Views
    It's Lonnie Teper's inside look at the wild world of bodybuilding. Also, ride the Pump & Circumstance train for Ruth Silverman's radical roundup of fitness fun. Jerry Frederick's Hot Shots sideshow is here too.

  • Mind / Body Connection
    Sex-Rx, Underachievers Rule, Perfect Proportions and a new section on self defense. It's page after page of totally cool stuff.

  • Soft Spots
    Teagan Clive gets hot and heavy on cold relationships.

  • Readers Write
    Load of letters, including two from the police - the kind that give speeding tickets, not the rock group.