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December 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 Laurie Vaniman.

December 2001 - Table of Contents
Volume 60, Number 12


  • Only the Strong Shall Survive
    Bill Starr analyzes the jerk - the lift; this has nothing to do with our lingerie pictorial, and tells you how to keep the drive alive so you can ram up incredible poundages.

  • Train, Eat, Grow 26
    Here's a year's worth of lessons learned in the muscle building department straight from the ITRC. Professors Holman and Lawson did the trial and error research so you can get A+ responses in the gym. Their new postactivation training program is here too.

  • IM Research Team
    Go glutabolic - no, not with the glutes you will see in our lingerie pictorial. We are talking mass blast here. Supplement expert Matt Boldt reveals new avenues for max pumps and awesome growth - in your muscles.

  • Hardgainer
    Warning: Stuart McRobert's experimental training techniques can build such monster mass, fellow gym members may get so envious they chase you with torches.

  • Fantasy Workout
    Get ready to sweat without leaving your seat. More than 30 pages of luscious ladies in lingerie tempt you to pump it up. This pictorial gives new meaning to the term ironman.

  • Protein Pulse
    It's a new nutrient stacking strategy that can build instant muscle. Eiropean researcher Michael Gundill blows the lid off old eat to grow dogma.

  • Gene Mozee
    He is the 2001 winner of the Art Zeller Award for Artistic Achievement, and what a deserving winner he is. Wait till you feast your eyes on Gene's incredible photos, which include Arnold Schwarzenegger, Larry Scott and Freddie Ortiz. Legendary stuff here.

  • Science of Bodyfat
    Jerry Brainum cruises inside a tyrpical fat cell so you can learn how adipose accumulates and how you can get leaner without getting meaner. All aboard to Shredsville.


  • Ask Dr. Dan
    Our resident physician discusses taking it on the shin, as in shin splints, and powering up your creatine.

  • Train to Gain
    Dudes with attitude. George Turner lashes out at parcial reps, Roger Schwab blast heavy squats, and Brad Steiner goes ballistic about volume training.

  • Eat To Grow
    Loads of new creatine research from Herry Brainum, plus info on crack addictions, dropping acid and the dehydration sensation.

  • Naturally Huge
    Mr. Natural Olympia's bulk rate rant. No, John Hansen has not gone postal but he does tell you how to get a bigger, better total package.

  • Unchained
    Greg Zulak's got the skinny on Winnie - Winstrol-V

  • Bodybuilding Pharmacology
    Jerry Brainu unleases the latest research from the drug world, and William Llewellyn answers your questions on everything from anabolics to growth hormone.

  • Critical Mass
    Steve Holman explores the possibilities of slapping on 90 pounds of muscle with full body workouts.

  • News & Views
    Here is all the bodybuilding news, along with vivacious views from Lonnie Teper and Ruth Silverman. Jerry Fredrick's wild Hot Shots add to the action.

  • Mind Body Connections
    Laura Moore explains how to delay he launch sequence - who you calling Quick Draw McGraw?, but first learn 10 ways to reel in the babes so you can dazzle them with your control.

  • Readers Write
    Remembering Mentzer, Jamacian bombshell and packing on pounds with POF.