Radical “Redemption”

Steve Holman

Radical “Redemption”

We were standing, frozen, in front of the computer screen in my office, our jaws on the floor. No, we hadn’t logged on to the “Girls Gone Wild” Web site; Jonathan Lawson and I were watching the Ronnie Coleman DVD “The Cost of Redemption,” which is an ungodly display of muscle mass and raw strength captured by Mitsuru Okabe. Once I’d locked my jaw back in place, I noticed that Mr. Olympia’s mass-training style is a prime example of max-force-point overload on almost every exercise. What the heck am I talking about?

Optimism, Health and Longevity

Dr. Bob Goldman

Optimism, Health and Longevity

In order to ascertain whether optimistic people have longer life spans than their pessimistic counterparts, a team of researchers from the Netherlands interviewed approximately 1,000 men and women between the ages of 65 and 85 about health, self-respect, morale, optimism and relationships. The study, which was led by Erik Giltay, M.D., Ph.D, of the Psychiatric Center GGZ Delfland, in Delft, included two key questions regarding optimism: “Do you often feel like life is full of promise,” and “Do you still have many goals to strive for?”

Supplemental Intake

Greg Zulak

Supplemental Intake

Q: I’ve decided I want to look my all-time best this summer. Can you tell me which supplements I should buy and how much to take for best results?

A: You didn’t tell me your height and weight, so I can only guess how much is appropriate for you, but I can definitely recommend some supplements that are best suited to gaining mass and losing fat (two goals for nearly every bodybuilder). You should also know, however, that when you use a supplement is just as important as what you take. You want to take supplements when your body can best use them—there are times when it needs key nutrients more than others.

New Whey-Cool Research

Jerry Brainum

New Whey-Cool Research

Whey, an excellent, high-biological-value protein, does much besides promoting muscle protein synthesis through its rich essential amino acid content. Two studies on whey by the same group of Japanese researchers, none of whom had any financial ties to commercial whey interests, have recently been published.

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