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July 2001

PowerMag Magazine is for the lifters, as the powerlifters of the world are getting restless and out of that restless energy, PowerMag Magazine has emerged for them. We cover the world's strongest sports.

July 2001 - Table of Contents
Issue 7, Volume 1


  • Flower Power!
    Questions and Answers with Karen Sizemore!

  • A Gym with Balls
    Ironsport Gym: Pennsylvania's hardcore training spot. Where else can you go where the guys behind the counter are built like heavy duty tow trucks.

  • USAPL PA State Championships
    Contest results.

  • 5th APF Senior State Championships
    Contest results

  • APF/AAPF Iron Island Spring Championships
    Contest Results

  • 2001 WPA Worlds
    Lancaster, PA, May 19-20. Pictures and story from the event.

  • IPA National Results June 15-17
    Contest Results

  • IPF Women's Single World Championships
    Contest Results

  • Schoonveld takes Top Honors At Azalea Fest!
    Welcome to the Azalea Festival Strongman Challenge.


  • Editorial
    Jake Jones talks about not skipping your warm-ups, and more.

  • Ask Dr. Squat
    Getting integrated! To train yourself to perform the powerlifts explosively in competition, you'd better take a closer look at where your energy must come from and make the appropriate adjustments in your training, diet and supplement schedules.

  • Power Briefs
    News. Feedback. Headlines. Updated.

  • Training
    Killer Psyche! Your ability to direct your emotional energies will be the difference between winning and losing.

  • Bob's Underground
    A message for the young ladies

  • Nutrition
    Eat Big. Get Big. Lift Big.

  • Incledon Sets You Straight
    Each issue, Tom will answer questions regarding effective diets and supplements. What works and what does not, for a real researcher, not a researcher wannabe!

  • Athlete Profile
    The Dust Buster. Just don't call him that to his face. Kirk Bardos.

  • Under the Bar
    Live, Die, Laugh and Cry - Together.

  • Profile: Josh Ward
    14 year old Josh Ward approaches 500 bench mark!

  • Random Thoughts
    The Gym Ray goes High Society.

  • Platform Training
    Getting your squats 'convincingly deep'.

  • Coming Up
    Meet Listing for Powerlifters

  • Injury Corner
    Questions regarding injury and rehabilitation.