IRON MAN E-Zine: Issue #878: Rip Up and Grow With the Flow: Hormone-Zone Muscle Training www.ironmanmagazine.com ========================================== Rip Up and … continue reading
This month we celebrate Arnold’s b-day with his classic arm-mass workout—specifically, how he built his sky-high bi’s.
Your nervous system is probably hammered. We know, we know–you don’t want to lose any muscle or strength. So here’s what we suggest.
[IM Insiders can download a PDF of this Issue Instantly. Learn More] Larry Scott was a catalyst whose effect on … continue reading
This month you get the 411 on building muscle from a guy who’s been in the body biz for more than 30 years, Clark Bartram. Based on his lifetime of experience, he lays out lessons to help you grow and get ripped to the bone.
For the uninitiated, the “in-for-out, out-for-in” rule for biceps is that an inward grip for biceps exercises, like close-grip curls or concentration curls, emphasizes the outer head–which is the “peak” head…
IM Insiders can download a PDF of this Issue Instantly. Learn More] I started working out in 1956, using the … continue reading
Q: I got the Power-Density Mass Workout 2.0 and was motivated by [Mr. America] Doug Brignole’s interview and how he uses only one exercise for each muscle. I notice the he adds weight over five sets so his reps fall–but I’m with you and think 50 reps is a bit much–and boring. My question is, if I use your TORQ method [30-20-15] on two or three exercise per bodypart, should I add weight over those three sets?
This month L.T. does the Q&A thing with fitness model and TV star T.J. Hoban. Though he’s best known as “Rex” on “It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia,” the man has a jacked physique that’s getting notice as well.
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This month we feature the winners of the 2014 BodySpace Spokesmodel Search, Chassidy Smothers and Rodney Razor. We’ll have their back stories, complete workouts and diets plus a look at their winning motivational tactics.
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Our version of NA training is what we call X-centric. You take your 15-rep-max poundage and lift in 1 second and lower in 6…
Dave Goodin talks with L.T. about the radical new training he adopted after his shoulder injury. Plus, Ron Harris rides into the sunset.
This month Heavy Duty returns. No, there’s no long-lost Mentzer brother—but Markus Reinhardt is close.
Q: I know that the short rests between sets with 4X have fire up fat burning with growth hormone. How can I use 4X in The Ultimate Fat-to-Muscle Workout?
The passing of Dan Lurie, bodybuilding pioneer and publisher of Muscle Training Illustrated, at the age of 90
It’s that time of year again—time for biting cold, snow and swimsuits. Say, what? The February issue is our annual swimsuit spectacular, with page after page of gorgeous babes in tiny swimwear.
[IM Insiders can download a PDF of this Issue Instantly. Learn More] After Larry Scott’s meteoric rise to the top, … continue reading
Our January issue features a bodybuilder from Spain whose Reeves-esque physique is absolutely jaw-dropping. Sergi Constance has broad shoulders, a small waist and a dark, handsome look that is Herculean, to say the least.
IRON MAN E-Zine Issue #814: “Radical” New Diet for Mass and Cuts www.ironmanmagazine.com ========================================== TRY THIS AT YOUR NEXT WORKOUT … continue reading
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Our December issue features someone you may recognize from a popular TV show of the past. Hint: “Baywatch.” No, not her. We’ve got Jeremy Jackson, a.k.a. Hobie, and he’s looking more buff than any lifeguard on that series ever did. Whoa.
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Q: Do you ever figure out the tonnage of your workouts? By that I mean the amount of weight times the reps you lift at each. It seems like to make progress, you would need to increase that number so you are going up in weight every workout.