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September 1996 issue
The September issue features a sexy summer pictorial featuring some of the hottest girls of fitness. Also, breaking research on DHEA, Treadmill Trauma, and Coenzyme Q10. Other articles include Sport Reduction and does it work?, Karl List, the Natural Physique Artists, and Championship Tips from five pros. Katy Rickman, Camille Jones, Jennifer Goodwin and Christian Boeving appear on this month's cover.
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.
September 1996 Table of Contents
- Bodybuilding Blasphemy
- Championship Tips: Beginning Results: Five top pros, including Vince Taylor and Paul Dillett, give you some insight into their genetic prowess as they answer the questions, What got you started in weight training, and how long did it take before you noticed appreciable results? Where these men big to begin with, or did weight training transform them from 98 pound weaklings?
- Do It Right! Delts by Steve Cepello
- Exercise of the Month: Lying Triceps Extensions
- Hardcore Training: Valerie Scott's Arms: California champ
- Homebodies: Heavily Armed at Home
- Huge Hamstrings: Have you ever seen hamstrings that have peaks even when the knees are locked? In other words, hilariously huge hams. Here's how to get those awesome sweeps on the backs of your thighes.
- Inside Bodybuilding: Rob Calacino's Unbelievable One Rep Per Bodypart Training: That's right! Rob Calacino does only one rep per bodypart, and he has 22 inch arms to show for it. Is this guy a fluke, or is his system the training wave of the future? Check out his unique style and judge for yourself. It;s definately ultra instense, and talk about brief workouts.
- Ironmind: Active Recovery
- Ironteen: Washboard Abs and Weight Gain Drinks
- Lean and Clean: One Bodypart a Day Training
- Muscle Coach
- Only the Strong Shall Survive: Getting started on a Strength Program
- POF: Pec Midrange Movement Overload
- Serious Growth: Bulgarian Beleifs, Part Four
- Sports Medicine: Leg Press and Lower Back Pain: The leg press can build massive quads, but is can also damage your lower back if you don't do as Joe Horrigan suggests.
- Spot Reduction: We;ve been told that high reps don't burn fat from the target bodypart, especially not from the midsection, but the study behind this widely held belief may be flawed. Perhaps it's time to take another look at spot reduction.
- Treadmill Trauma
- Anabolic Forum: Drug Testing Update
- Body Gourmet: Focus on Flavor
- Editorial: by John Balik: People Make the Difference, Part Two
- Forever Natural: Water
- Hardgainer: Your two month Challenge
- Hot Shots: Candid Photos
- Interactive Bodybuilding: The Power of Emotion
- Local Heroes
- Marketplace / Main Events
- News & Views by Lonnie Teper
- Power Cafe: Pigs on Prozac
- Practical Nutrition: Coenzyme Q10
- Pump & Circumstance
- Readers Write: Letters to the Editors
- Review: The Hottest Books, Videos and Equipment
- Venice Beach 90291
Nutrition / Profile
- Breaking Research: Treadmill Trauma: Can motorized treadmills cause a dangerous muscle imbalance? This new information could help you avoid a serious injury.
- DHEA: The mother of all Steroids: Here's the whole truth about this new super supplement that has the bodybuilding world buzzing!
- Profile: Karl List: Natural, Physique Artist: This up and coming drug free bodybuilder is living proof that you can do it naturally. Check out his story, and his unique training split, for insight into his success.
- Charles Moss
- Ellington Darden, Ph.D.: Harder, Slower, Briefer
- Sexy Summer Fun: Here are the hottest looks for hard bodies this summer, guaranteed to attract attention wherever you go. A smoking Pictorial!
- My First Half Century in the Iron Game by Arthur Jones