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August 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. On the cover is Garry Frank, Mr. Goggins and Becca Swanson.

August 2001 - Table of Contents
Issue 8, Volume 1


  • The 2001 All NFL Team
    PowerMag is proud to announce its inaugural All NFL Team!

  • A Foundation of Strength
    Jet's Strength coach John lott builds his program around three core lifts: the bench, squat and power cleans.

  • 2001 APF Senior Nationals
    2601! The deadlift heard around the world of power. Garry Frank approaches the loaded bar to make history again!

  • All Guts! All Glory! All York!
    2001 York Barbell Strength Spectacular. Pictures and results.

  • USAPL Masters Nationals
    May 5-6, 2001 in Ft. Hood, Texas contest results.

  • Achieving Flow State
    The idea is to free the trainer body of the burden of thoughts which hinder it and impede performance even if only subtly, the highly trained body will do exactly what it has been disciplined to do.

  • Mountaineer Cup III
    An interview with King Coan.


  • Editorial
    The race to break 800! Who's the man!, by Jake Jones, Creative Director and Co-Publisher

  • Ask Dr. Squat
    Factors affecting strength. How many times have I met lifters who know something is beneficial, but don' t take advantage of it. Including the Eight Technologies of Training!

  • Power Briefs
    News. Feedback. Headlines. Updated. Including the 2002 Arnold Classic will be a full meet!

  • Body and Mind
    Mind Games. Tension and nervousness are natural in a competitive environment, but with a minimal effort, you can teach yourself to overcome the tension and relax, the first step in attaining the poise and focus you need to become a champion.

  • Under the Bar
    The Great George Rada, the guy with the big arms and even a bigger heart!

  • Random Thoughts
    T. Rex training. Olympic lifters use more power - but less strength - than most powerlifters.

  • Sets and Reps
    Freshen up that stale bench!

  • Voices
    Pouring Miracle Gro on the weeds? We have seen too many of our fellow athletes - whom we admire and respect - go down because chemical technology, in the hands of unscrupulous manufacturers, has laid them low.

  • Kara's Corner
    Divine Denim! Two timing Kara Boghlgian.

  • Coming Up
    Meet Listing for Powerlifters