Issue #68




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Editorial—Stuart McRobert
Consuming or enriching?

Know Thyself!—Kevin Dye
Personalizing a training program

From the Grassroots—Jeff Pitts
Fixing chinning problems

HARDGAINER Nutrition 116—Lyle McDonald
Questions and answers: supplemental oils, fluid retention, eating late at night, nutrition in a nutshell, how much protein per meal, red meat

Striking a Balance—Stuart McRobert
Respect limitations, but don’t set ceilings

The Steel Tip—Dr. Ken E. Leistner
More progression (continued)

Miscellaneous Thoughts, Part 3—Bob Whelan
5-5-5 training (not three sets of five reps), an over-40 success story, an over-50 success story, blender drink, exercise sequence, ignore the dogma, enjoy your training

Questions and Answers—Rich Rydin and Dave Maurice
Training teenagers, neurological efficiency, stretching, strength ratio between quads and hamstrings, how a trainee should adapt routines when progressing from novice to advanced

Shoulders, Warm-Ups, and Aerobics—John R. Christy

Ten Years Wiser—Dick Connor

The Gourmet Lifter, Part 2—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

Senescence and the Hise Effect—Arnold M. Spector
The teachings of Joseph Curtis Hise and the process of growing old

Pushing On . . . Ultimate Hard Gaining, Part 3—Ari Finander

More About Knees—Gregory Steiner, DC

Forum—edited by Stuart McRobert
A reader’s success story, abbreviate and grow, another success story, perspective, aerobic work