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January 2007

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 David Fisher.

January 2007 - Table of Contents
Volume 66, Number 1


  • Train, Eat, Grow 67
    More details on how the TEG men have merged Power Rep Range /Shock with X Reps and 3D Positions of Flexion. Strength is soaring - would you believe 90 pound incline flyes.

  • A Bodybuilder is Born 18
    Ron Harris teaches his young protégé that going back to basics - like regular deadlifts - can pack on some serious size fast.

  • Muscle Science Roundup
    It's a muscle building, research wielding anabolic buffet. We take a close look at many of the most important studies of the past year that can help you build more lean mass and burn more ugly fat. Oh, there's some sex improvement stuff here too.

  • Growing Steady
    Cory Crow delves into the chest chiseling tactics of Omar Deckard, the superheavyweight and overall winner at the 2006 NPC USA. This is one big dude, gaing!

  • Heavy Duty
    John Little explores the wisdom of Mike Mentzer. Was Mr. Heavy Duty anti aerobics?

  • X-Files
    It's a size building revelation - one of the missing links to more mass. It could be one of the big reasons Casey Viator gained 60 pounds of muscle in four weeks back in 1973. A scientific study says so.

  • Powerful Muscle Medicine 2
    John Little continues his interview with Doug McGuff , M.D. This month they talk about once a week workouts, ways to increase the anabolic response, Ray Mentzer, Arthur Jones and advanced high intensity methods.

  • IFBB Mr. Olympia
    You probably know by now tha Jay Cutler defeated Ronnie Coleman for pro bodybuilding's top title in Vegas in September. But you haven't seen our in your face coverage with loads of giant full page pics that'll have your eyeballs popping and your motivation hopping.

  • Only the Strong Shall Survive
    Bill Starr continues his look at the overhead press. This installment is all about how to overcome sticking points so you can put up ponderous poundages. Now, where did I put that strongman contest entry form?


  • Train to Gain
    Ronnie Coleman's pec pressing rotations, stretching and strength loss, and Joe Horrigan analyzes the spider curl.

  • Smart Training
    Coach Charles Poliquin explores building more muscle and strength in record time.

  • Eat to Grow
    Protein and anabolic acceleration, anti estrogen strategies and pumping up with preworkout arginine.

  • Critical Mass
    Steve Holman prepares you for winter mass mutations, with supplement and training info for the size building season.

  • Naturally Huge
    John Hansen gives you the ups and downs of high and low lat growth.

  • Muscle 'In' Sites
    Eric Broser wanders the Web to find wondrous muscle building info. Look, it's Melvin Anthony and Jenny Lynn. Plus, Broser's column expands with his new net results Q&A.

  • News & Views
    Lonnie Teper pulls no punches in his Mr. Olympia coverage. Should Ronnie have lost? Will he retire? Is this good or bad for pro bodybuilding? L.T. reveals all.

  • Pump and Circumstance
    Ruth Silverman was hanging out in Vegas too, covering the women of the body sports. And lucky for us, she snapped loads of hot pics. Check out all the clicks, chicks and picks, direct from Sin City.

  • Bodybuilding Pharmacology
    Jerry Brainum tells you whether to get off the pot - as in marijuana. Don't bogart that info, dude

  • Mind / Body Connection
    Randall Strossen, Ph.D., has more motivation for you. Then Dave Draper talks about extra mass at X-mass.

  • Reader's Write
    More raves for Rachel, an unreal spiel and e-zine mania.