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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 1997 - Table of Contents
- Ask the Experts: Full Body Routines.
- Critical Mass (formerly POF: Positions of Flexion): Compound vs. Isolation Exercises. What is the difference?
- EMG Exercise Analysis: Curls
- Exercise of the Month: Hypertensions
- Fat Burning at Rest:
- Fifty Specialization Attacks:
- Giant Splits:
- Hardcore Training: Paula Suzuki fries Bi's
- High Intensity: Can you prescribe a specific frequency of training?
- Home Grown: Advanced whole-body training
- Ironmind: Gene Genie. Genetics?
- Mass from the Past: Mike Katz's 6- inch chest
- Muscle Coach: Situps are back! Part 4
- Muscle Soreness Part One: How you can use it to maximize hypertrophy
- Only the Strong Shall Survive: Aerobics and strength training
- Q&A: Basic weight training facts
- Specialize for more Muscle Size: How to crank up growth where you need it the most?
- Strengthen those Sinews:
- Training Secrets: Little Known Facts about building muscle tissue
- Upside down bodybuilding: Relax your face
- Marijuana: Waiting to Exhale:
- Inside Bodybuilding: Lee Lebrada: Getting Ripped
- Liquid Creatine
- Supplement Stacking: Sales Gimmick or Real Science
Insight & Profiles:
- Profile: Frankie Lee Wright
- My First Half Century in the Iron Game: by Arthur Jones
- State of Competitive Bodybuilding, Part 11
- Happy 50th Birthday, Arnold
- Ms. Fitness USA
- Ms. Fitness World
- Body Gourmet: Cool on a hot summer night
- Editorial: by John Balik
- Hot Shots: Candid Photos
- Marketplace / Main Events
- News & Views by Lonnie Teper
- Nutrition Science: Hot Peppers and Fat Loss
- Pump & Circumstances:
- Reader's Write
- Reviews: new books.