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September 2005

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. Diannah Bays and Michael O'Hearn appear on the this month's cover. Hair and Makeup is by Yvonne Quelette. Photos are by Michael Neveux..

September 2005 - Table of Contents
Volume 64, Number 9


  • Train, Eat, Grow 71
    Our TEG men are experimenting again. Would you believe once a week leg work with a cardio chaser? It's a new split for destination ripped

  • A Bodybuilder is Born
    Ron Harris, our in the trenches hard core muscle guy, takes on a young protégé. The goal: mass and symmetry.

  • Research Team
    If you are ready to jack up your bench press poundage, it's time to pay attention to details - like your rotator cuff.

  • In the No
    Jerry Brainum delves into the science of nitric oxide and outrageous muscle pumps. Swell info here, gang.

  • Dead on Mass Gains
    Chris Pennington gives you the goods on how to resurrect your size gains with the deadlift. Is it the true king of the mass moves?

  • Top 10 Diet Fallacies
    Ori Hofmekler, author of the Warrior Diet, explodes mealtime myths and nutrirtion superstitions.

  • Eryk Bui
    Lonnie Teper talks to the new pro who's hell bent on bringing back preparation and symmetry to the flex for pay circuit - and he's one strong son of a gun too. Check out his training routine.

  • Heavy Duty
    John Little discusses Mike Mentzer's forays into Hypertraining, featuring Dorian Yates, max negatives and new heights of hypertrophy.

  • Muscle Building Lessons
    Steve McRobert returns with the ultimate split, abbreviated training and the sacred 10 Commandments of Bodybuilding

  • Hardbodies
    And now for something complete different: Tony Duffy's incredible photographs of female muscle in motion - track athlete wo've got it going on with serious sinew. Wow!

  • Only the Strong Shall Survive
    Bill Starr takes you back to the rack for part three of his interesting introspection and revving recollections of cage rage. (Hey, wasn't the rack a medieval torture device).


  • Train to Gain
    Paul Anderson's 1,000 pounds squat, how to use a tape measure to get huge and jolting Joe Horringan's Sportsmedicine column.

  • Critical Mass
    Steve Holman X-plains the X-rep drop kick and why you have to overtrain to gain. He's also got info on the ultimate lat exercise and periodization.

  • Eat to Grow
    Low carb, high pro and the diet yo-yo. Plus, the wild pump protector and fat ejector you've got to try.

  • Smart Training
    Charles Poliquin delves into Olympia style training for bodybuilders, as well as getting a grip on bigger gains.

  • Naturally Huge
    John Hansen gives mass building advice to a young muscle seeker - complete teen routine included.

  • News & Views
    Lonnie Teper and Ruth Silverman investigates the lean and mean on the competitive scene. Jerry Fredrick's Hot shots are here too.

  • Mind Body Connection
    Randall Strossen, Ph.D., analyses the notorious noisemakers in your gym. There's also an insightful Bomber Blast from Dave Draper, a drug crash diatribe from Ron Harris and a Serious Training Pictorial with the WWE's Masterpiece.

  • Reader's Write
    Out with the freakazoids, X-it to bigger gains, and IM online - a new way to get your favorite mag.