Ironman Magazine
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March 1998

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. Amy Lynn appears on the cover.

March 1998 - Table of Contents
Volume 57, Number 3


  • Building an Extraordinary Back:
  • Critical Mass: Size Surge: Deadlifting in Phase 2
  • EMG Exercise Analysis: Hamstring Exercises, Part 2
  • Exercise of the Month: Good mornings
  • Exercise Science: Angle Training
  • High Intensity: Adventures with Slower Repetitions
  • Ironmind: Dealing with Disappointments
  • Mass from the Past: Sergio Oliva's Saturation Bombing for Awesome Arms
  • Muscle Coach: Leg Extensions
  • Only the Strong Shall Survive: Strength Training and the Older Athlete
  • Questions & Answers:
  • Right Start: Stop Searching for a Magic Bullet
  • Scientific Bodybuilding, Part 3: Endocrine Pulse Training
  • Sportsmedicine: Rotator Cuff Rehab
  • Training Tempo: Rep speed and how you can manipulate it for serious muscle growth and strength gains.
  • Upside Down Bodybuilding: Mailbag, Part 1


  • Liquid Creatine Q&A:
  • Legal Androgen Stack:
  • Brave New World:


  • Swimsuit Spectacular: Winter is upon us, so here's some much needed fuel to heat up your motivation - more than 30 hot miniposters of some of the fittest, sexiest women in the world.

Insight & Profiles:

  • Survey


  • Body Gourmet: Muscle Salsa
  • Editorial: by John Balik
  • Hot Shots: Candid Photos
  • Interactive Bodybuilding
  • Marketplace / Main Events
  • News & Views by Lonnie Teper
  • Nutrition Science:
  • Point Counterpoint: Bodybuilding an Olympic Sport?
  • Pump & Circumstances: Fitness News
  • Reader's Write: Letters to the editor
  • Reviews: Underground Mass Boosting Methods