Issue #67




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Editorial—Stuart McRobert
Which is best for you?

Steve Reeves—David Chapman
Bodybuilding’s perennial star dies at 74

The Big Pull—Bill Piche
Additional information on how to improve your deadlift

“My Way” to Train—John R. Christy
Clearing up misconceptions

The Hard-Gaining Gym Owner—Lou Ravelle
How to run a commercial gym

Questions and Answers—Rich Rydin and Dave Maurice
The advantages of chin-ups, hip-belt squat, muscle fiber types and relevance to training, parallel grip deadlift, sumo deadlift, depth of squatting

Miscellaneous Thoughts, Part 2—Bob Whelan
Three-days-per-week whole-body training, cardio exercise, zero- and low-carb diets, food supplements, isolation exercises, strategic slow training, visitors to Whelan Strength Training

Ten Years Wiser—Dr. Ken E. Leistner

HARDGAINER Nutrition 115—Lyle McDonald
Questions and answers: supplements for joint function and repair, “off” days while dieting, very high protein intakes, sports drinks, cholesterol levels, water intake

Knee Problems and Solutions—Stuart McRobert

If Hise Could Do It, So Can You—Gunnar Dahlin
The author’s very fast gains from following a Joseph Curtis Hise-style program

The Gourmet Lifter, Part 1—Adam Farrah
Series providing cooking skills and recipes that can make healthy eating much easier, from a reader who used to work as a professional chef

The Steel Tip—Dr. Ken E. Leistner
Rest between sets, more progression

Pushing On . . . Ultimate Hard Gaining, Part 2—Ari Finander

Trigger Points, Part 6—Gregory Steiner, DC

Forum—edited by Stuart McRobert
Steve Reeves, letter to Arnold Schwarzenegger from Steve Reeves, avoid the siren calls from the mainstream, Muscle Beach, squat apparatus, passion for gaining