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Features in this issue include... The Definition of Phil by GREG MERRITT You know what a gift is. But do you truly know who Phil “the Gift” Heath is? What distinguishes him from the rest of the world’s best bodybuilders and from the legends who preceded him? What drove him to win his collection of Sandows and what’s driving him in his quest to win more in future years? We provide the answers in an A–Z lexicon of all things Heath. Mean Greene Back Machine by TONY MONCHINSKI Kai Greene has one of the best backs in the business. Long after he’s retired from competition, his will be remembered among the best backs—alongside Lee Haney’s, Dorian Yates’, and Ronnie Coleman’s—in the annals of this iron sport. Some guys’ backs have good detail, which makes their rear double biceps formidable, yet they lack width, which leaves their rear lat spreads lacking. Others have a wide lat spread from behind, but don’t look nearly as impressive in a front lat spread. Others have gaps in their backs, especially in the area between where the latissimus ends and the butt begins. The Other Welsh Wonder by JOHN PLUMMER Name a Welsh IFBB pro called James. Chances are you’re thinking of James “Flex” Lewis. But another person fits that description—James Llewellin. Llewellin also competes in the 212 division and although he has never won the Olympia, he has competed at it and is a two-time British champion. The two men’s careers both took off a decade ago when Llewellin was mashing up monsters with his massive arms and Lewis, who is 10 years younger, was destroying every junior in sight. Also in this issue 16 In Memoriam 28 The Definition of Phil 44 Mean Greene Back Machine 60 Machine Guns 72 Taking It Super Slow 84 The Flex Doctrine 94 Don’t Underrate The Giant Killer 100 The Other Welsh Wonder 110 Back On Track 154 News 156 Serial Winner 158 Serene Progress 160 Ryan Terry 164 Looking Back 12 Welcome 14 Arnold’s Page 18 Hard Times 122 Gym Bag 132 Advanced Nutrition 134 Big Ass Mass 136 Extreme Muscle 138 Lift Strong 140 Advanced Bodybuilding 141 The Diet Doc 142 Anabolic Academy 144 The Freak Speaks! 148 European Muscle 172 Under The Microscope 174 Bodybuilder of The Month 176 The Shot

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