Ironman Magazine
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June 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 Lee Priest and Cathy LeFrancois Preist.

June 2001 - Table of Contents
Volume 60, Number 6


  • Heavy Duty
    Pile on the poundage! More of Mike Mentzer on the incredible rest / pause technique - with a complete training routine.

  • Train, Eat, Grow 20
    It's time to get ripped, and ITRC Program 20 has 10 fat burning tips that can help slice and dice you.

  • Only the Strong Shall Survive
    Bill Starr tells you how progressive resistive training is the real secret to getting big and strong. Say whay?

  • IM Research Team
    Are you ready to get shredded fast? Here is a 12 week approach to blast fat off your body.

  • Release the beat, Part 3
    Skip LaCour wraps up his top 10 strategies for animal intensity and gargantuan growth. King Kong better watch his back.

  • Science Diets
    Jerry Brainum examines the research on bodybuilding nutrition and what works best. There's even a meal by meal sample diet.

  • Lee Priest
    L.T. gets the Blond Myth to roar about everything from competition to drugs to freaky, far out arms.

  • Rack It!
    Playing billiards can build your body - not! But hardcore power rack training sure as hell can. Here is how.

  • IFBB Arnold Classic
    It was bigger and better than ever, and L.T. has the biggest, nastiest report around. (That's a hint about who won, musclehead).

  • Body of the Month
    If you like ladies with fit physiques, you're gonna love Nicole Rollolazo. Wait till you see her rhomboids (Sorry, those are muscles, Mr. Clinton).

  • Mass Combustion, Part 2
    European researcher Michael Gundill wants you to feel the burn - and grow like a blazing wildfire.

  • Iron Will
    The Sandwich does ramble on about his oversize self, but eventually he nails down nutrition guru Will Brink on how to chow down to get your muscle size up. Hardgainers, listen up.


  • Ask Dr. Dan
    The good doctor dispels the latest B.S. about creatine and its alleged vicious voodoo.

  • Train to Grow
    Starring Shawn Ray, Dave Draper and Bradley J. Steiner. Plus, George Turner on big backyards.

  • Eat To Grow
    Research, retorts and reminiscences about smoking joints, CLA and the Mass Packing Diet.

  • Critical Mass
    The Kick Ass Body Blast is in the house, and it could get you as big as a house - if you do it right.

  • Bodybuilding Pharmacology
    Jerry Brainum's got 'roid raves - yes, actual good news from the annals of science about those notorious anabolics. Chemical Q&A is here too.

  • Unchained
    Greg Zulak dives headlong into LDL hell. Can bad fat and steroid side effects be smacked back with essential fatty acids? Sound encouraging.

  • News & Views
    Lonnie Teper's got the bodybuilding gossip goods and Ruth Silverman's Pump and Circumstance serves up those flipping femmes of fitness. Jerry Fredrick's crazy Hot shots add even more spice.

  • Soft Spots
    Teagan Clive goes to the mat to wrestle relationship problems. She could even soften up the Rock.

  • Mind / Body Connection
    Our sexpert Laura Moore talks about head games and peeing for protection. Plus, how to make the most of your most muscular with Russ Testo.

  • Naturally Huge
    Mr. Natural Olympia John Hansen explores the no carb / low carb dilemma.

  • Readers Write
    Ab session, the famous 60 pound of muscle in four weeks guy and a site for sore eyes.