Physical Magazine
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July 2001

Physical Magazine's tag line is 'high energy, sports nutrition'. The magazine's timely information will help you make decisions regarding how you are living 'The Physical Lifestyle'. This month's cover features Hank Parker Jr.

July 2001
Table of Contents
Volume 4, Issue 7


  • Remembering Muscle Beach
    America's fitness culture grew up on a world famous stretch of Southern California sand. Here is what some of the old timers have to say about the way things were back in the 1930's.

  • Fixing Flat Traps
    Bulging traps are a showcase muscle second only to the biceps. Dcheck out these training secrets to spur your growth.

  • Manipulating Insulin
    Insulin is the most anabolic hormone in your body. Learn how to manipulate it to build muscle and lose fat.

  • Realizing the Dream
    A dozen teenage athletes have begun a six month training program under the direction of Physical's David Hawk to build better bodies for their sport and realize their dreams. Follow their progress in this six part series.

  • NASCAR Pit Crews
    The demands of the NASCAR racing circuit are grueling. Strength, agility and coordination make 15 second pit stops possible. Here's how they train to do it right.


  • Graffiti
    Includes Body Chem 101; The Expert Columb; Lab Insider.

  • Locker Room
    exercise and fitness Q&A for women.

  • New Stuff
    Rawlings Power Pro Pitch

  • Physical Girl
    July 2001 Physical Girl Kim Hartt

  • Cutting Edge
    Insider's Report: What's new in sports nutrition and gear.

  • Personal Trainer
    Training Q&As to put your progress in overtime.