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June 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 Karen McDougal and Sebastian Siegel.

June 2007 - Table of Contents
Volume 66, Number 6


  • Train, Eat, Grow 92
    The Rep Range rotation of P/RR/S training, as applied to the original X-Rep program. Plus, size surge supplements.

  • Creatine Fact vs. Fiction
    Jerry Brainum reveals things you may not know about this power packed power supplement- and the best way to take it.

  • A Bodybuilder is Born 23
    Ron Harris explains why all great athletes are not graet role models. No, we are not talking about you, Mr. Tyson.

  • D.C. Training Experiment
    From Mark Subsinsky steps into Dante's DoggCrapp workout style.

  • Deckard Does Biceps
    Cory Crow goes head to head with this new pro on building mass, peak and detail.

  • CNS Science
    Jerry Robinson explains how your nervous system controls muscle size and strength gains.

  • Michael Lockett
    The story of a boxing champ who decided to lift weights and in only 15 months won the Team Universe and got his pro card - workout included.

  • X-Files Q&A
    The X-men discuss stretch overload, the ultimate exercises, abbreviated workouts, rep speed, heavy/light training and big guns. Whew!

  • Heavy Duty
    John Little on metabolic momentum , motivation and the psychology behind high intensity workouts.

  • IFBB Arnold Classic
    Big prizes for beastly bodies, and lots of big pics to give you even bigger inspiration. Prepare for shock and awe.

  • Hardbody
    Abby Wolf will have you growling and howling your approval when you see her Texas physique.

  • Only the Strong Shall Survive
    Bill Starr's recipe for getting strong to the core - as in his and lower back strength. Good morning, lumbars!


  • Train to Gain
    Back to free weights, older men and andropause, odd lifts and a new study on high reps vs. low reps.

  • Smart Training
    Charles Poliquin discusses pains, gains and deadlift range. His take on low carb diets is here too.

  • Eat to Grow
    The nutrition / hormone link. Plus, meal frequency and how it affects bodyfact.

  • Critical Mass
    Steve Holman talks bodybuilding bashes and volume / intensity clashes.

  • Naturally Huge
    John Hansen outlines a program for best chest and a classic back to basics two way split routine.

  • Bodybuilding Pharmacology
    Jerry Brainum looks at the research to determine if yohimbe is a faster fat blaster.

  • Muscle 'In' Sites
    Eric Broser's found more cool web sites, including one from the gym where Ronnie Coleman trains. Oh, and let's not forget hot babe Monica Guerra and Broser's New Results Q&A section.

  • News & Views
    Lonnie Teper, live from the Arnold Classic. Okay, he's not quite live, but he was a lively emcee - and he's got some interesting observations on the weekend from that killer vantage point.

  • Pmp & Circumstance
    Ruth Silverman was all over Columbus like paparazzi on Paris Hilton. In other words, she's got great pics of hot chicks, gang. Thank you, Ironwoman!

  • Mind / Body Connection
    Randall Strossen explains how to pick your personality, and Dave Draper presents another Bomber Blast.

  • Readers Write
    Delightful Di Nino, as in Nancy; Mentis the man, as in Jimmy; and packing on mass, as in 3D muscle building.