Flex Magazine - March 2007 Issue Preview: Jay Cutler And Hardcore Training!

The February issue of Flex will be on newsstands February 13th. This issue showcases Jay Cutler & Hardcore Training. For more training tips, nutritional advice and features, head on over to Flex Online.
Here's what's what (and where) in the latest edition of Flex, on newsstands February 13th. For more training tips, nutritional advice and features, head on over to Flex Online.

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The February issue of Flex is available February 13th. This issue showcases Ronnie's Revenge, Weekend At Jay's, 100 Ways To Grow, and much more! Check it out!

Click here to read an excerpt from the February Issue of Flex Magazine: A Weekend With Jay Cutler!

Table Of Contents, March 2007 FLEX Magazine
Training Nutrition Features/Contests
Back To Work
FLEX heads to Arlington, Texas, to observe Ronnie Coleman blast his back and biceps in one of his final workouts as reigning eight-time Mr. Olympia.
By Greg Merritt
Food Fixes
We show how a few minor tweaks to your diet can give you stronger results in the gym.
By Jim Stoppani, PhD
Ronnie's Revenge
Forgoing his usual three-month break after the Olympia, Ronnie Coleman was back in the gym right after his dramatic loss to Jay Cutler. We ask a few of his contemporaries and probable O opponents - including Cutler himself - to size up Big Ron's chances of taking home Sandow number nine at the 2007 Mr. Olympia.
By Julian Schmidt
The Texas Chest Massacre
What could possibly cause a veteran bodybuilding scribe to continually refer to a chest workout as "sick"? Well, 200 pounds of chains, 170-pound dumbbells, free-flowing obscenities and Branch Warren at MetroFlex Gym are a good start.
By Greg Merritt
Classic Cuts
Troy Alves shares some of the nutritional lessons he learned on the way to becoming one of the most consistent pros in the IFBB.
Interview By George De Pirro
Weekend At Jay's
In the first of a two-part series, we arrive in Las Vegas to spend a couple of days with Jay Cutler on his home turf, where we take a ride in Gladys Knight's old car, run into comedy's biggest bodybuilding fan and observe Mr. Olympia doing . . . er, Pilates.
By Allan Donnelly
Strong Personality
Three-time World's Strongest Man winner Mariusz Pudzianowski's prodigious feats of power have elevated him to rock-star status. Marvel at the training and diet that feed the beast.
By Julian Schmidt
Advanced Nutrition
Burn and build, talking spit, comparing apples and oranges, driving past drive-throughs, taking leucine all the whey, and shaking off soreness.
By Team FLEX
The Big Winner
We name the winner of our "Mass Explosion" contest. His efforts resulted in more than 17 pounds of muscle and $4,500 in supplements.
By George De Pirro
The H.U.G.E.TM System: Superiority Complex
Looking for a way to boost the intensity of your workouts? This month, we offer up five superset strategies to help you break through development-stunting plateaus.
By Greg Merritt
Turn Of The Century
One set, 100 reps. This may seem like a formula for building muscle endurance, but we've added a new wrinkle to the old "hundreds" training system that will prompt serious muscle growth.
By Jim Stoppani, PhD
Young Guns
One is from Wales, one is from Tennessee. One is 23, the other is 30. Despite their apparent differences, top amateurs James "Flex" Lewis and Peter Putnam are in sync in their pursuit of greatness in the IFBB.
By Allan Donnelly
The Summer Of Arnold, Part 2
In the second part of our two- part series, we return to Gold's Venice in the summer of '73 for the other half of Arnold Schwarzenegger's two-day total-body training system.
By Shawn Perine