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October 2002

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 various bodybuilders, and Julie Ann Gerhard.

October 2002 - Table of Contents
Volume 61, Number 10


  • Train, Eat, Grow 36
    Volume / intensity workouts morph into traumatic / nontraumatic (T/NT) dynamite - as eight sets of eight rev up the hypertrophic state.

  • Only the Strong Shall Survive
    Bill Starr says varuy good - as in exercise variation, Here's his recipe for keeping your gains moving and grooving.

  • Iron
    Pumping it is rad, but taking it may be bad. Jerry Brainum has all the ironclad facts on this mighty meal.

  • Fatigue, Part 2
    Michael Gundill shows you how to fight fatigue and battle your way to more mass. Bombs away!

  • IM Research Team
    It's the latest creatine innovation: triggering your body to produce more of its own. But is it more usable than supplemental creatine.

  • 100 Mass Building Tips
    Here it is - the mother of all bodybuilding superfeatures. It's a veritable encyclopedia of muscle info to get you big, bigger, biggest. Prepare to grow.

  • IFBB Toronto Pro Invitational
    An amazing rookie breaks the Ruhl in Canada.

  • Heavy Duty
    John Little outlines Mike Mentzer's once a week workout. Could it be the answer you've been looking for?

  • Legends of Bodybuilding
    Bill Grant recalls his glory years, flexes his awe inspiring biceps and outlines his current precision workout.

  • Mass Machine 2
    Skip LaCour gives you more goods on getting great gains, including his Hour of Power.

  • Insulin
    Rehan Jalali explores its anabolic prowess and presents the Insulin Manipulation Diet - to help you build muscle and burn fat at the same time.

  • Hardbody
    Julie Ann Gerhard unveils her sultry sleek physique.

  • Masters of Metal
    Bill Pearl and Chuck Sipes days of twisted steel and strength appeal.


  • Train to Gain
    Not gonna squat? Here are your best alternatives. Plus, Bethany Carter Howlett goes hardcore (whoa!)

  • Eat To Grow
    Fat that makes you thin, your don't diet hormone and an eye opening look at the dangers of creatine.

  • Critical Mass
    It's the inevitable adaptation permutation!

  • Anabolic Drive
    Jose Antonion, Ph.D., checks out a new study that says your muscles have a need for speed.

  • Naturally Huge
    John Hansen replies to a youngster with Arnold envy.

  • Bodybuilding Pharmacology
    Looking for a metabolic makeover? Jerry Brainum uncovers a few new thyroid stimulators just for you.

  • Unchained
    Greg Zulak drops the big bomb and reveals the single best method for packing on mass.

  • Advanced Strength and Power
    Tom Incledon, Ph.D., gives you a heads up on neuro / brain gains with specific supplements. (Damn, more raves for L-carnitine. Gotta get some).

  • News & Views
    L.T. combs the bodybuilding world for loads of hairy tidbits, while Ruth Silverman returns with more gorgeous gals in Pump & Circumstance.

  • Mind / Body Connection
    Sexpert Laura Moore talks palm reading and how your girl's hand can reveal whether she's a love machine.

  • Readers Write
    A beautiful blonde says we rock, a teen titan au natural and motivation from an older, bolder bodybuilder.