MIND/BODY CONNECTION

Sex: Something to Look Forward to—Not!

Steve Holman

According the the April ’03 Harvard Men’s Health Watch newsletter, “As the years go on, the average man becomes less preoccupied with sex; although he maintains an interest in sex, his ardor and desire tend to wane. Most men become less responsive, so they need more physical stimulation to become aroused. It takes longer to get an erection, and the erection itself is less rigid and doesn’t last as long. The ejaculatory phase also changes with age: the muscular contractions of orgasm are slower and less urgent, and semen volume declines. It all adds up to less intense pleasure, but in most cases sex is still enjoyable.”
Oh, well, at least the cleanup gets easier. 


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Vacuum Your Waist

Frank Zane

Vacuum Your Waist

 Watching the ’03 Arnold Classic men’s pro physique competition, Reg Park, who was sitting next to me, remarked that just about every contestant had a big waist. “Guess it’s not only me who notices this,” I thought. “Whatever happened to the quest for a small waist?” The distended gut, or “blabs” syndrome, is commonplace among today’s top competitors. In their endeavor to get as big as possible by eating vast amounts of food and engaging in excessive pharmaceutical enhancement, they’ve caused everything to grow to colossal size, including their waistlines. True, there are a few exceptions—Shawn Ray, Kevin Levrone, Dexter Jackson and Chris Cormier. But those guys aren’t winning. I wonder what might happen if the stomach vacuum pose were made mandatory.

The Hepburn Routine

Bill Starr

The Hepburn Routine

Last month I presented a workout aimed primarily at beginners and those who want to include some quick lifts in their routines, a program I learned from Sid Henry of Dallas. This month’s routine is of an entirely different nature and is meant for advanced strength athletes. Don’t even consider trying it unless you’ve spent several years in serious strength training. You must establish a solid base before this routine will bear fruit.

Breakout Foods

Jerry Brainum

Breakout Foods

In the past those prone to acne, particularly teenagers, were advised to avoid high-fat foods and chocolate because they were thought to cause acne lesions. Subsequent research, however, proved those ideas to be incorrect. Acne is caused by increased bacterial activity in the skin coupled with increased secretion of sebum, which comes from the skin’s sebaceous glands. Excess sebum blocks the sebaceous glands, and the bacteria that feed on it produce substances that lead to skin inflammation.

Fat-Burn Biology    Part 2

Ori Hofmekler with Marc Salzman

Fat-Burn Biology    Part 2

WARNING: This article is for reference and informational purposes only and is in no way intended as medical counseling or advice. The information contained herein should not be used to treat, diagnose or prevent any disease or medical condition. The activities, physical or otherwise, described herein for informational purposes may be too strenuous or dangerous for some people, and readers should consult a physician before engaging in them. The publication, author, writer and Warrior Diet LLC shall have neither liability nor responsibility to any person or entity with respect to any loss, damage or injury caused or alleged to be caused directly or indirectly by the information contained in this article.

Steve Reeves - The King of Bodybuilding

John Little

Steve Reeves - The King of Bodybuilding

 [Photographer] Tony Lanza and Steve were walking along, searching for a suitable location to begin shooting, when suddenly they heard a crash behind them. A man had driven his automobile into another car. He climbed out of the wreck, raced up to Steve and shook his hand, saying, “I just had an accident over there, and I had to come over and congratulate you because you’re the cause of it—I couldn’t believe my eyes!”