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Issue #83

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Contents

Editorial—Stuart McRobert
Passion priority

Success Over Adversity—Dick Conner
The exceptional success story of Blake Mobley

Maintaining Training Enthusiasm—Bradley J. Steiner

Leg Curls for Your Home Gym—Fred Fornicola

Bob Whelan’s Q&A—Bob Whelan
Relationship between the bench press and the overhead press, barfing isn’t a measure of hard work, detailed account of how Bob gets the best out of a client’s workout

The Steel Tip—Dr. Ken E. Leistner
Basic programs (continued)

Progress Requires Discomfort, Not Pain—Robert W. Gorinski, DPT

Recovery, Part 1—Ian Duckett
Keys for improving recuperation

The Truth About Saturated Fat, Part 3—Mary Enig, Ph.D., and Sally Fallon
Too much omega-6, too little omega-3, the benefits of saturated fats, cholesterol, cause and treatment of heart disease, modern methods of processing fats

Miscellany of Topics #4—Stuart McRobert
Program analysis, how to cope with circumstances that undermine training and recuperation, how to correct asymmetrical development, exercise equipment, Jefferson lift perils, dips and bench presses, microloads, intensity cycling, partial reps, deadlifting frequency

How to Keep Healthy Shoulders—Nathan Harvey

From the Grassroots—Brian Konzelman
Flabby at 46, to best-shape-of-life at 51

Aging and Training, Part 5—Gregory Steiner, DC

Forum—edited by Stuart McRobert
Shrugs, a parallel with the difference between mainstream methods and HARDGAINER methods, throw down your lifting crutches, comment on issue #82’s editorial