This month WWE diva Eva Marie graces our cover and provides an inside look at the wild world of wrestling—plus, her workout for hard curves and painful arm bars. Next, masters bodybuilder Tony DiCosta presents his eye-opening exposé on gluten intolerance. Is it real, and what does it do to muscle gain and fat loss? Good stuff. Then get growing again with Mr. America Doug Brignole’s latest training discoveries.
Steve Holman outlines radically quick mass workouts for quads, hams and calves.
WWE Diva Eva Marie heats up the screen and our pages with a foxy, fiery interview. Lonnie Teper lights the fuse.
Forgotten “secrets” of adding extreme muscle size. Get ready to grow!
Part 3: Meal formatting. Joe Klemczewski, Ph.D., a.k.a. the Diet Doc, looks at ripping up and eating for maximum gains.
Greg Zulak outlines moves that improve the height, depth and impressiveness of your biceps.
How Robbie Frame went from scrawny to brawny, adding a massive 30 pounds of muscle. Nice work!
Shock your shoulders with this prioritize-for-size workout from Roger “Rock” Lockridge.
Ron Harris writes in praise of underdogs. Whatever your genetics, don’t give up on the get-big quest. Progress is inevitable.
Mr. America Doug Brignole talks competitive bodybuilding, workout efficiency and the best mass move for each muscle.
Masters bodybuilder Tony DiCosta looks at gluten and what it does to your fat loss and muscle gains.
The Memorial Day event was flexy, sexy fun in the Southern California sun.
Hitting legs with Branch Warren, pec-centric benching and last-set size roulette.
Throwback Thursday in bodybuilding coaching, protein pudding and the most underrated supplement.
IFBB pro Ben White expounds on strengthening your core.
Bill Starr’s light, heavy and medium system.
Coach Charles Poliquin answers a classic questsion: How many sets and reps?
Mr. Natural Olympia John Hansen on workout cycling.
Vince Del Monte’s “death circuits,” a.k.a. PHA.
L.T. has all the good stuff from his West Coast Classic—from gargantuan guests to the physiques that were best. Trophy time!
Dave Goodin’s arm-training secrets. Plus, T therapy and heart attacks.
Training with Mark and Sally Loshelder. Also, Iconic Images.
Ruth Silverman handicaps the ’14 Olympia. Will the champs repeat?
Retro Arnold, Rader and the rack and too much too soon.