Planet Muscle Magazine

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March-April 2003

Jeff Everson's Planet Muscle is a new magazine published quarterly reflected on training and nutrition articles. It's slogan is 'Training and Nutritional Truth'. On the cover is Julia Brox and John Turk.

March-April 2003 - Table of Contents
Volume 6, Number 2


  • Editorial
    Anabolic steroids and supplements. Can the yin ever meet the yang?

  • Jeff's Crazy Planetarium
    The forum for training, nutrition and everything else. Including what is the best creatine to use; Did you compete drug free in the Grand Masters; Praising coral calcium; Arnold for governor; Musclebound? and more.

  • F=ST2: Workout
    Ultimate Muscle Mass Bombing. The basics of overload. The devil is in the details. Number of sets and rest time.

  • Planet Nutrition
    All Aboard the Carbohydrate Glycemic Train. Carbohydrates are no the devil. What are carbohydrates? Monosaccharides; Oligosaccharides; Polysaccharides; and more.

  • Lee Labrada's Chest Blast
    Blast your chest to amazing mass. The most symmetrical pro bodybuilder ever, reveals his secrets to maximum pectorals.

  • Brobdingnagians
    Up your bench 50 pounds in 16 weeks; The cop who benches 405 x 28! How to train naturally for the big bench.

  • Natural Chuck Curry Busts Records
    Freaky mass gains come more from freaky full syringes made for horses not from gut busting bench press workouts.

  • Testosterone
    Do you need it? All about testosterone therapy.

  • Planet Babe & Stud
    Julia Bro and John Turk.

  • The Iron Eggheads
    New osmotic stimulant goes beyond creatine. Pro-GF Anabolic. Brian recruited the ultimate nutritional 'inside' protein specialist Phil Connolly to produce the ultimate anabolic beyond creatine.

  • Planet Evolution
    Fire Up Your Fat Furnace! Use unique mini workouts to blast away fat!

  • Blue Ribbons
    Seal of Pharmacological Approval. These products must test to 10% on all label claims.

  • Rappin with our Readers
    Letters from readers.