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FEBRUARY 2010 / IRON MAN MAGAZINE WE KNOW TRAINING 21-INCH ARMS DRUG FREE ARM MASS MUSCLE SIZE FOR SKINNY GUYS 21 -INCH ARMS Mike Titan O Hearn s Super-Size-Building Secrets The NFL s Strongest Man Giant
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FEBRUARY 2010 / IRON MAN MAGAZINE WE KNOW TRAINING 21-INCH ARMS DRUG FREE ARM MASS MUSCLE SIZE FOR SKINNY GUYS 21 -INCH ARMS Mike Titan O Hearn s Super-Size-Building Secrets The NFL s Strongest Man Giant Chris Snee Blood Bath Leg Training Abbas Khatami s Lower-Body Tsunami Get-Bigger Trigger Power-Density for Muscle Immensity FEBRUARY 2010 $5.99 Please display until 2/2/10 DRUG FREE! PLUS: The Big Myth Testosterone and Prostate Cancer Low-Rep Lowdown Do They Build Size? Fittest Couple Diets, Workouts, Attitude CONTE W E K N O W T R A I N I N G FEBRUARY FEATURES 72 TRAIN, EAT, GROW 124 Back-to-basics mass building with the X-men. 104 A BODYBUILDER IS BORN 55 Ron Harris passes the torch to his well-muscled protégé in the final installment of the series INCH ARMS, DRUG-FREE Mighty Michael O Hearn explains the mind-set, diet and training that bring massive guns sans drugs. 134 GET-BIGGER TRIGGER From the Bodybuilding.com archives, an inside look at one of the keys to the Oak s mega mass FITTEST COUPLE CHAMPIONS David Young talks with David Kimmerle and Sharlene Lund about their victory strategy. 158 X-FILES Steve Holman and Jonathan Lawson solve musclebuilding problems with an innovative X-Rep twist. MICHAEL O HEARN S 21-INCH ARMS 134 GET-BIGGER TRIGGER $5.99 NTS 164 BLOOD BATH LEG TRAINING Top national-level competitor Abbas Khatami talks lower-body mass building. 178 NFL s STRONGEST MAN New York Giant Chris Snee drives up heavy metal to push around opposing players on the gridiron. The dude is a powerhouse! 198 THE BIG MYTH: TESTOSTERONE AND PROSTATE CANCER Jerry Brainum unravels the research behind the killer disease and its link to the anabolic hormone. 210 HEAVY DUTY John Little channels Mike Mentzer with intense info on generating growth. 238 PROFILES IN MUSCLE: JONATHAN DELAROSA How the Junior National champ trains, eats and lives the bodybuilding lifestyle. 246 FEMME PHYSIQUE Steve Wennerstrom, IFBB women s historian, concludes his look at the legendary California Championships. 252 HARDBODY Meet Boston Bombshell Samantha Baker. Michael O Hearn appears on this month s cover. Hair and makeup Kimberly Carlson Photo by Michael Neveux. Vol. 69, No CHRIS SNEE, THE NFL s STRONGEST MAN FEBRUARY 2010 / IRON MAN MAGAZINE 21-INCH ARMS DRUG FREE ARM MASS MUSCLE SIZE FOR SKINNY GUYS 21 -INCH ARMS DRUG FREE! Mike Titan O Hearn s Super-Size-Building Secrets The NFL s Strongest Man Giant Chris Snee Blood Bath Leg Training Abbas Khatami s Lower-Body Tsunami Get-Bigger Trigger Power-Density for Muscle Immensity FEBRUARY 2010 Please display until 2/2/10 PLUS: The Big Myth Testosterone and Prostate Cancer Low-Rep Lowdown Do They Build Size? Fittest Couple Diets, Workouts, Attitude 266 ONLY THE STRONG SHALL SURVIVE Strength coach Bill Starr has the low-rep lowdown do singles, doubles and triples for size, strength and power. 164 ABBAS KHATAMI S BLOOD BATH LEG TRAINING Photo by Jim Turner Photography Copyright 2010 New York Giants 266 ONLY THE STRONG SHALL SURVIVE DEPARTMENTS 38 TRAIN TO GAIN Ultimate Beef pec blasting, Fantastic Four Workout plus, Joe Horrigan s Sportsmedicine. 54 SMART TRAINING Coach Charles Poliquin on the benefits of having more muscle and how to build bigger arms. 38 TRAIN TO GAIN 60 EAT TO GROW Carnosine for loaded muscles, fruit for fat loss and Paul Burke s Neo-Dieters Handbook. 84 NATURALLY HUGE John Hansen on new size for skinny guys. 92 SHREDDED MUSCLE Drug-free pro Dave Goodin tells how to blast off belly fat. 94 CRITICAL MASS Steve Holman analyzes DC power-density for new muscle immensity. 216 MUSCLE IN SITES Eric Broser checks out Mark Dugdale s new DVD and X-traordinaryWorkouts.com. 224 NEWS & VIEWS Lonnie Teper dissects Jay Cutler s chances of keeping his crown in 2010 and other hot topics from the world of bodybuilding. 234 BODYBUILDING PHARMACOLOGY Jerry Brainum identifies the most dangerous drugs athletes are using. 240 PUMP & CIRCUMSTANCE Ruth Silverman wraps up the postseason pro season. Gorgeous pics galore here. 276 MIND/BODY CONNECTION MANformation, Web surfing for brain power and BodySpace Physique of the Month. 288 READERS WRITE JNL cover comments, Kid Kong and die-hard diet. In the next IRON MAN: Our March issue is all about wild workouts that work. C.S. Sloan outlines programs you can use to train insane for incredible gains from 666 to 8x8 to one set to failure. Guaranteed, there s something here to get you growing. Plus, national-level bodybuilder Brian Yersky reveals his complete big-back attack, and the TEG men continue their size safari with another back-to-basics mass blast. We ll also have an interview with Aussie bodybuilder David Rylah on his Heavy Duty, Blood-and-Guts-style workouts. Find the March IRON MAN on newsstands the first week of February. Dominoes Last week, when I was in Florida attending the NPC Nationals, I had a discussion with my son Justin about working out and the workout as part of a lifestyle. While we both train on a regular basis and consider it a part of our identities, we approach the workout with different goals and different definitions of success. For me the key to success is doing it. He says, that s okay, but if I don t feel strong that day, I d rather not work out than use lighter weights. For him success means moving forward in reps and/or weights. My workout is all about feel, the exhilaration of simply doing it. My philosophy is this: Every workout is a good one, some are better than others, and every once in a while everything comes together in an experience that s almost spiritual. He s in college, with many demands on his time and a different schedule every day. He has yet to fully appreciate the domino effect and that it works in more than one direction. The dominoes are neutral. The way you push them your action or inaction determines the direction in which they go. It s up to you, and the force of the movement is really the accumulation of work done or work avoided. Sometimes the movement is very slow, but the action or inaction always comes to bear. I call it the no-such-thing-as-a-free-lunch rule. The result of the workout the satisfaction can only be earned. That s one of its most magical aspects. My point to Justin was that even a 15-minute squat and pull workout is valuable. Every workout goes into the bank account, and every deposit, no matter how small, builds the balance. He only wants to go to the bank when he has a big deposit. When I miss a workout, I feel an opportunity lost forever; he thinks a record workout will make up for the one missed. I told him that in order to work out over a long period of time, you must first enjoy it and second create attainable goals that are flexible. The second part of our conversation was about momentum. Adding energy through the workout causes the interest to compound just as it does in a bank account; energy not deposited cannot build on itself. Anyone who has worked out over a period of time understands that muscle growth and strength increases are not linear but in fact are caused by an accumulation of work. So-called sticking points may simply be times when the deposits are accumulating, before a withdrawal in growth and strength is possible. I enjoy these conversations with my son because as I try to pass on my hard-earned wisdom, I find we both learn. IM 30 FEBRUARY 2010 \ Neveux by John Balik Founders : Peary & Mabel Rader Publisher/Editorial Director: John Balik Associate Publisher: Warren Wanderer Design Director: Michael Neveux Editor in Chief: Stephen Holman Art Director: T.S. Bratcher Senior Editor: Ruth Silverman Editor at Large: Lonnie Teper Articles Editors: L.A. Perry, Caryne Brown Assistant Art Director: Fernando Carmona Webmaster: Brad Seng IRON MAN Staff: Sonia Melendez, Mervin Petralba Contributing Authors: Jerry Brainum, Eric Broser, David Chapman, Teagan Clive, Lorenzo Cornacchia, Daniel Curtis, Dave Draper, Michael Gündill, Rosemary Hallum, Ph.D., John Hansen, Ron Harris, Ori Hofmekler, Rod Labbe, Skip La Cour, Jack LaLanne, Butch Lebowitz, John Little, Stuart McRobert, Gene Mozée, Charles Poliquin, Larry Scott, Jim Shiebler, Roger Schwab, C.S. Sloan, Bill Starr, Bradley Steiner, Eric Sternlicht, Ph.D., Randall Strossen, Ph.D., Richard Winett, Ph.D., and David Young Contributing Artists: Steve Cepello, Larry Eklund, Ron Dunn Contributing Photographers: Ron Avidan, Roland Balik, Reg Bradford, Jimmy Caruso, Bill Dobbins, Jerry Fredrick, Isaac Hinds, Dave Liberman, J.M. Manion, Merv, Gene Mozée, Mitsuru Okabe, Ian Sitren, Leo Stern Marketing Director: Helen Yu, (805) , ext. 313 Accounting: Dolores Waterman, (805) , ext. 324 Advertising Director: Warren Wanderer (805) , ext. 368 (518) ; FAX: (518) Advertising Coordinator: Jonathan Lawson, (805) , ext. 320 Newsstand Consultant: Angelo Gandino, (516) Subscriptions: or (714) We reserve the right to reject any advertising at our discretion without explanation. All manuscripts, art or other submissions must be accompanied by a selfaddressed, stamped envelope. Send submissions to IRON MAN, 1701 Ives Avenue, Oxnard, CA We are not responsible for unsolicited material. Writers and photographers should send for our Guidelines outlining specifications for submissions. IRON MAN is an open forum. We also reserve the right to edit any letter or manuscript as we see fit, and photos submitted have an implied waiver of copyright. Please consult a physician before beginning any diet or exercise program. Use the information published in IRON MAN at your own risk. IRON MAN Internet Addresses: Web Site: John Balik, Publisher: Steve Holman, Editor in Chief: Ruth Silverman, Senior Editor: T.S. Bratcher, Art Director: Helen Yu, Marketing: Warren Wanderer, Advertising: Jonathan Lawson, Ad Coordinator: Brad Seng, Webmaster:
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