Issue #63




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Editorial—Stuart McRobert
Responsibility for progress

A Training Parable—Daniel Hutchison
Author’s success story

Ten Years Wiser—Stuart McRobert
“The 20-rep squat routine,” from issue #3, reviewed and updated

The Steel Tip—Dr. Ken E. Leistner
Stress fracture (continued), manual resistance for triceps, Bengal injury rate, scapulae movements for the deadlift and the bench press

Powerlifting 102—Bill Piche
Training for a contest

Complete Training, Part 1—John R. Christy
Aerobic and cardio conditioning

Andrew W. Jackson, 1905-1999—Fred R. Howell

Questions and Answers—Rich Rydin and Dave Maurice
More on ab training, how to combine weights and cardio, how to sequence different programs, thick bars, rows, Manta Ray problems, overtraining, intensity cycling

Mental Aspects of Strength Training, Part 2—Bob Whelan

HARDGAINER Nutrition III—Lyle McDonald
Questions and answers: nutritional difficulties related to shift work, macronutrient cycling, supplemental vitamins C and E, milk and hydration, bulking and cutting, meal replacement products, protein needs, intestinal problems

Form and Workout Tweaks, Part 1—Ari Finander
Workouts, bench press, squat, deadlift

From the Grassroots—Jeff Pitts
Middle-aged lifting

Trigger Points, Part 2—Gregory Steiner, DC

Forum—edited by Stuart McRobert
Training under adversity, trigger point therapy benefits, Charles P. Roman (associate of Charles Atlas), nine individuals’ two-sentence pearls of training wisdom