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March 2002

Physical Magazine's tag line is 'high energy, sports nutrition'. The magazine's timely information will help you make decisions regarding how you are living 'The Physical Lifestyle'. This month's cover features Arnold Schwarzenegger.

March 2002
Table of Contents
Volume 5, Issue 3


  • High Carb, Low Carb
    If you keep the protein in your diet at a consistent level, you can vary the fat and carbs to get the results you want. Find you what works best.

  • Weight Training Tips
    Want to build the kind of physique that turns heads? Here are 10 powerful training principles that will make it happen for you.

  • Avoid Gnarly Knees
    A physician tells athletes how to prevent injury to the most complex joint in the body. Learn what you can do when your knees start aching.

  • Powerlifting
    The triad of pumping iron is the squat, deadlift and bench. Sheer strength is the key to medal winning lifts, and here is how the big boys do it.

  • Fat Burner Facts
    Some pills and potions that help to burn blubber, as part of an overall, sane approach to weight loss, can be very effective.


  • Graffiti
    • Body Chem 101
    • The Expert Column
    • Lab Insider
    • An Interview with Arnold

  • The Doctor is In
    Medical Q&As for the Physical Lifestyle.

  • Physical Girl
    March 2002 Physical Girl Christine Lydon

  • New Stuff
    Solotrainer Fitness Training Cards

  • Baby Boomers
    Physical looks at the baby boomer generation and the protein needs of the older body.

  • Cutting Edge
    Insider's Report: What's new in sports nutrition and gear.

  • Personal Trainer
    Training Q&As to put your workout progress in overdrive.