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February 2001

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. On the cover is Timea Majorova.

February 2001 - Table of Contents
Volume 60, Number 2


  • Only The Strong Shall Survive
    Singles for Strength! Bill Starr tells you to pile on the poundage and blast off with the ultimate technique for an awesome strength peak.

  • Train, Eat, Grow 16
    How to combine full body workouts with a size building split. The Ironman Training and Research Center knows how to keep you rowing - and groaning at their wacked out training dialogue.

  • IM Research Team
    Omega Mass Blast your body. Give it what it craves to maximize muscle and stay healthy. Look good, feel good an set your workouts on fire.

  • Stretch to Grow, Part 2
    European researcher Michael Gundill reveals some surprising ways to use muscle elongation to smash progress stagnation.

  • Swimsuit Spectacular
    Riviting Michael Neveuz photos of hot, wet, gorgeous women. Put the andro away, boys. This is all you need to get your testosterone soaring.

  • MCTs
    Jerry Brainum's in depth look at a fat that's said to do everything from incinerating bodyfat to packing on muscle. And the research says…

  • Better Bodybuilding Through Biochemistry 3
    Respected biochemist and supplement innovator Derek Cornelius uncovers amazing fat burning and muscle building treasures.

  • Heavy Duty
    Mike Mentzer blows the near death training myth to smithereens and demystifies calf size - just HIT'em harder.

  • IFBB Ms. Olympia
    The most bodacious and outrageous female physiques in bodybuilding go for the top title in the sport, and the fans drool over Andrulla. Ruth Silverman gives you an inside look at the Ms. O and…

  • IFBB Fitness Olympia
    Tight, toned and athletic, these gals know how to fly high, catch your eye and make you sigh. Check out our photos and you will see why the competitors are not the only one breathing hard after the performance round.


  • Train to Gain
    Get your muscle building info here, including arm work from George Turner, an EMG chinup analysis and notes on how to hit the fat burning bull's eye.

  • Ask Dr. Dan
    Our resident M.D., Dan Gwartney talks treadmill woes and hormone flows.

  • Eat To Grow
    The mass menu this month: Weightlifters have bigger bones (now, there's a good bumper sticker), zinc for strength, fat burning gasoline and get big cow juice.

  • Unchained
    Greg Zulak goes ballistic on prostaglandins, trap building and constipation (yes, constipation).

  • Bodybuilding Pharmacology
    Jerry Brainum deives into the seedy world of bodybuilder junkies - and it isn't pretty.

  • Critical Mass
    POF guru Steve Holman dissects unilateral aftershock training and the breathing deadlift to get your mass on the fast track.

  • News & Views
    The wild, the weird and the wicked direct from Olympia weekend in Sin City. Lonnie Teper, Ruth Solverman and Jerry Fredrick show you a helluva good time. Bring on the showgirls - er, um - O girls!

  • Naturally Huge
    Mr. Natural Olympia John Hansen's low carb low down and his ode to the mighty squat.

  • Mind Body Connections
    The definitive bodybuilding whiz quiz. Take the test, check your score and then let out a roar. You're the king of the musclheads - or are you? Plus, Sex-Rx.

  • Soft Spots
    Teagan Clive raps on reeling in relationships. Soap Opera Sex, anyone?

  • Readers Write
    Boob Tube, Nude is Good and Horn of Plenty. The sexual innuendo is flying. Bring protection.