Archive for 1997

//Archive for 1997

Archived articles written by Joachim Bartoll from 1997 (only English).

2 10, 1997

Protein Requirements

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Protein Requirements Text: Joachim Bartoll, oktober 1997Publicerad via Iron Magazine Online L.L.C.Originalets titel: Protein Requirements   Protein is essential for the repair and growth of muscle tissues, which consists of 20% protein. Daily protein requirements for active people have been disputed for years between sports medicine professionals, doctors and those who decide on the RDA's. The minimum amount of protein to keep you away from the undertaker is about [...]

1 10, 1997

A look at the Pro-Hormone Androstenedione

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A look at the Pro-Hormone Androstenedione Text: Joachim Bartoll, oktober 1997Publicerad via Iron Magazine Online L.L.C.Originalets titel: Androstenedione   A lot of people have been ranting about this pro-hormone supplement for quite some time now. Anyway, here is the story behind this new market buzzword. Androstenedione was synthesized in 1935. A year later Dr. Charles Kochakian discovered that androstenedione had both androgenic and anabolic effects. These effects however, [...]

1 09, 1997

A review of OKG

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A review of OKG Text: Joachim Bartoll, september 1997Publicerad via Iron Magazine Online L.L.C.Originalets titel: OKG   Ornithine alpha-ketoglutarate (OKG) is a salt formed of two molecules of ornithine and one molecule of alpha-ketoglutarate.Studies in the medical field have shown that ornithine alpha-ketoglutarate preserve muscle protein synthesis and spares nitrogen (reduces urinary amino acids) after elective surgery. OKG treatment decreases muscle protein catabolism and/or increases synthesis, according [...]

15 08, 1997

A review of Glutamine

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A review of Glutamine Text: Joachim Bartoll, augusti 1997Publicerad via Iron Magazine Online L.L.C.Originalets titel: Glutamine   The nonessential amino acid glutamine has important and unique metabolic functions. It is the most abundant free amino acid in the circulation and in intracellular pools. It is also a precursor for the synthesis of amino acids, proteins, nucleotides, and many other biologically important molecules.It appears to be a unique amino [...]

9 05, 1997

The Chin-up and The Pull-up

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The Chin-up and The Pull-up Text: Joachim Bartoll, maj 1997Publicerad via Iron Magazine Online L.L.C.Originalets titel: Chins   As a bodybuilder, your primary goal is to pack on serious muscle mass. In order to do that as quick as possible you must concentrate on the basics, the bulking-up exercises. For our back, they are chins and bent over rows. In this article, I’ll cover, in my opinion, one [...]

1 03, 1997

Stretch Marks

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Stretch Marks What they are and what you can do... Text: Joachim Bartoll, March 1997 Published at Iron Magazine Online L.L.C. Original title: Stretch Marks (this article was used as reference in several articles and at Universities in the US.)   Alternative names: stria atrophica, striae distensae Stretch marks are well-known in the world of bodybuilding. I guess you've seen them in the pectoral/shoulder region [...]

4 02, 1997

A review of Antioxidants

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A review of Antioxidants Text: Joachim Bartoll, februari 1997Publicerad via Iron Magazine Online L.L.C.Originalets titel: Antioxidants   Since the beginning of time humans have been exposed to oxygen. Oxygen is actually a potent poison since 12% of the oxygen we breathe will turn into free radicals. If a human breathe clean 100% oxygen gas for more than 6 hours there’s a great risk of lung damage. It’s a [...]

3 01, 1997

The Fat Truth or The Truth About Fats

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The Fat Truth or... The Truth About Fats Text: Joachim Bartoll, december 1996Publicerad via Iron Magazine Online L.L.C., januari 1997Originalets titel: The Fat Truth, or... The Truth About Fats   There's been so much talk in the last few years about "no fat" and "low fat" diets that we assume fats will make you fat, clog your arteries (arteriosclerosis) and kill you on the spot. That's simply not [...]

2 01, 1997

The Deadlift

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The Deadlift Text: Joachim Bartoll, december 1996Publicerad via Iron Magazine Online L.L.C., januari 1997Originalets titel: The Deadlift   If the squat is the king of exercises then surely this one is the queen! The deadlift is, just as it sounds like, a lift where you lift a "dead" weight of the floor to resting it around your hip level. There are several different kinds of deadlifts, for [...]

10 01, 1977

A review of Choline

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A review of Choline Text: Joachim Bartoll, december 1996Publicerad via Iron Magazine Online L.L.C., januari 1997Originalets titel: Choline   Choline is marketed as a lipotrope, a substance that can increase the mobilization of fatty acids, thus helping people to lose body fat. This however has not been proven in any studies. The only lipotrope ability noted by choline is its ability to prevent storing of bad fats in [...]