Iron Man Magazine - December 2008 Issue Preview: Lock And Load Your Lats!

The December issue of Iron Man features back-building training with Lock and Load Your Lats! Other notable features include curling for eye-popping arm size, hardbody Debbie Leung, and much more! Check it out!
Here's what's what (and where) in the latest edition of Iron Man. For more information, head on over to Iron Man Online.

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Iron Man December 2008 Iron Man Magazine: December 2008.

The December issue of Iron Man features back training with "Lock and Load Your Lats"! Other notable features include curling for eye-popping arm size, hardbody Debbie Leung, and much more! Check it out!

Click here to read an excerpt from the December issue of Iron Man Magazine: Lock And Load Your Lats!

Table Of Contents, December 2008
Features
64 Train, Eat, Grow 110
The TEG men unveil exercise tweaks to peak your physique. (What the hell is a side row?)
90 A Bodybuilder Is Born
Ron Harris discusses those who bug you and how to deflect their disrespect.
98 Precision Curling
Want size on your bi's? Greg Zulak perfects your peaks with curling techniques.
114 Bigger Biceps
More gun play with big Jim Romagna and his biceps-building strategies.
126 Tapering
The Wilson brothers-Jacob and Gabriel, that is-explore turning it down to muscle up: how to restrain the drain for bigger gains.
136 Muscle-Science Roundup
A review of the year's research studies that can help you get bigger, stronger and leaner faster. Creatine turbohargers, fierce fat burners-it's all here, gang.
162 Pushups, Stethoscopes And Steroids
Jerry Brainum interviews Dr. Bob Goldman on all of the above, plus his intriguing views on drug testing and antiaging.
186 Lock And Load Your Lats
From the Bodybuilding.com archives, Eric Satterwhite reveals the secrets to getting a back so wide you can glide.
230 Hardbody
All-around athlete Debbie Leung strikes some poses that will strike your fancy.
244 Profile: Leo Ingram
The massive pro tells all, from training to eating to serving his country.
254 Heavy Duty
John Little answers questions on effort, motivation and muscle growth as well as how Mike Mentzer would train for competition today.
266 Only The Strong Shall Survive
Coach Bill Starr talks traps-and how strengthening them is a key to looking and being powerful.
Departments
28 Train To Gain
How to fix thighs lagging in size; plus Joe Horrigan on rehabbing the rotators.
44 Smart Training
Coach Charles Poliquin on soreness and building more arm strength.
52 Eat To Grow
Getting extremely lean, your most important meal and the fructose gender bender.
74 Naturally Huge
John Hansen talks bulking to build muscle: Is it necessary or should you stay lean?
82 Shredded Muscle
Dave Goodin discusses holiday laziness and why you shouldn't miss workouts.
86 Critical Mass
Steve Holman analyzes the training-volume/testosterone-surge connection.
202 Muscle "In" Sites
Eric Broser surfs to a super supplement site, reviews the new Chris Cormier DVD and tells you how to use the add-on-sets technique for fast mass gains.
208 News & Views
Lonnie Teper's world-of-bodybuilding coverage-plus four Rising Stars.
224 Bodybuilding Pharmacology
Jerry Brainum explores estrogen manipulation and how it affects testosterone.
248 Pump & Circumstance
Ruth Silverman reports on the September shows. Great photos, as always.
276 Mind/Body Connection
BodySpace Physique of the Month, Rebecca Hahn; DVD review of "2008 Arnold Classic"; and Gaspari TV.
288 Readers Write
Kid stuff, Muscle Beach, captivating competitor and missing Legends.