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Cracking the Rotator Cuff Conundrum
Cracking the Rotator Cuff Conundrum
by Eric Cressey Fri, Sep 26, 2003

I bet we all see things in the gym that really, really, annoy us.

My Big Fat Training Program Guide - Part 2
My Big Fat Training Program Guide - Part 2
by Chris Shugart Fri, Sep 26, 2003

My Big Fat Training Program Guide, Part II by Chris Shugart Are you new to Testosterone Nation? Are our 1000-plus articles starting to make your head spin? Are you experiencing information overload? Then this is the article series for you. If you missed Part I, you can find it here . Even if you're a T-Nation vet, we think you'll find this guide to our major training programs handy. If not, then you can kiss...

Weight Gain Troubleshooter
Weight Gain Troubleshooter
by Lonnie Lowery, PhD Fri, Sep 26, 2003

The Weight Gain Troubleshooter A Bodybuilder’s Algorithm by Lonnie Lowery How many of you have sat impatiently through a series of online "Help" files after running into difficulty with a software program? They usually make me want to tear my hair out (okay, so I’m a cue ball but you get the point). The dead ends are the worst. You know: "This troubleshooter is unable to sol...

Training Day
Training Day
by TC Fri, Sep 26, 2003

ATOMIC DOG Training Day by TC The Atomic Dog is a weekly feature that isn't necessarily about weight training or bodybuilding. Sometimes it's about sports in general, sex, women, or male issues of some kind. At times it's inspirational, but it can also be informative, funny, and even a little weird, but hopefully, always interesting and a little controversial. We hope it reflects the nature of Testost...

I'm a Blue Lizard
I'm a Blue Lizard
by TC Fri, Sep 19, 2003

When I went to college, I had every intention of becoming a doctor — not one of them-there phony doctors that has a bunch of letters after his name and smokes a pipe, but a medical doctor. Science had always been my best subject, and it just seemed like a natural progression.

The Dr. Serrano Show
The Dr. Serrano Show
by John Paul Catanzaro Fri, Sep 19, 2003

The Serrano Show by John Paul Catanzaro You can say a lot of things about Dr. Eric Serrano, but you can't say he's boring. If you ever attend a symposium where Serrano is speaking, be sure to catch the show. This medical doctor and college professor always gives a lively talk filled with both science and practical observations. You may laugh or you may get pissed off, but he'll definitely make you think. T...

Cy-BORG: Vol 8
Cy-BORG: Vol 8
by Cy Willson Fri, Sep 19, 2003

Cy-BORG Intelligent Drug and Nutrition Info by Cy Willson Cy Willson was once a normal, rosy-cheeked youth who spent his days getting the heifers ready for the county fair. Then, one day, while plowing a neighbor girl in the barn, he was bitten on the ass by a radioactive cow. The bite transformed him, giving him strange powers. Most of them, like being able to sleep standing up, were pretty much useless, but ...

My Big Fat Training Program Guide - Part 1
My Big Fat Training Program Guide - Part 1
by Chris Shugart Fri, Sep 19, 2003

My Big Fat Training Program Guide, Part I by Chris Shugart First, A Spooky Story Once upon a time, when people wanted to learn how to lose fat or get bigger muscles, they had to buy these really scary things called bodybuilding magazines . These mags focused mainly on a very select group of people who made a living from their bodies, kinda like hookers. They were called professional bodybuilders. (No, re...

Alternative Pharmacist: Vol 3
Alternative Pharmacist: Vol 3
by Doug Kalman Fri, Sep 19, 2003

The Alternative Pharmacist by Doug Kalman As a scientist who's involved in both patient care and research, not a week goes by that I don't get asked a decent question by a patient who's seeking an alternative method of healing or recovery. This got me thinking. How many of us have questions and are interested in knowing about herbals, nutraceuticals or drugs before they become popular or even hit the market? How ma...

Triple Threat
Triple Threat
by Christian Thibaudeau Fri, Sep 12, 2003

Triple Threat How to Build a 3-D Upper Body by Christian Thibaudeau The Copperfield Physique Commercial gyms are a fun place. The various people training there never fail to provide me with a lot of entertainment. From the macho man curling 50 pounds in the power rack to the hot shot speaking on his headset cell phone while squatting, I’ve seen it all! A game I often indulge myself in is called &...

Technology Trap
Technology Trap
by TC Fri, Sep 12, 2003

ATOMIC DOG Technology Trap by TC The Atomic Dog is a weekly feature that isn't necessarily about weight training or bodybuilding. Sometimes it's about sports in general, sex, women, or male issues of some kind. At times it's inspirational, but it can also be informative, funny, and even a little weird, but hopefully, always interesting and a little controversial. We hope it reflects the nature of Test...

Psychology of Big - Part 2
Psychology of Big - Part 2
by Chris Shugart Fri, Sep 12, 2003

The Psychology of Big — Part II Freud Pumps Up by Chris Shugart Last week Chris wrote about how the mind can control the body. This week, he’ll provide some practical advice on how you can use that info to help you reach your physique goals. Anabolic Thinking for Anabolic Gains The examples in Part I perfectly illustrate the power of the mind. So...

Keep the Iron on the Bar
Keep the Iron on the Bar
by Lonnie Lowery, PhD Fri, Sep 12, 2003

It's one of those things particular to the male condition. It's one of those things that quietly affects legions of bodybuilders. It can be detrimental and even damaging — particularly for those who have high androgen levels.

Back On Track
Back On Track
by Mike Robertson Fri, Sep 12, 2003

Back On Track by Mike Robertson How many Mondays have you been to the gym, anxiously awaiting your chest workout, only to find that you have to wait 45 minutes just to get on a bench? It seems that every guy in the gym trains his chest on Monday; it’s a foregone conclusion. Not only do they always hit chest on Monday, but they seem to never get in enough back work. More and more people are walking aro...

T-Mag Presents the Sex Aptitude Test
T-Mag Presents the Sex Aptitude Test
by TC Fri, Sep 05, 2003

ATOMIC DOG T-Mag Presents the Sex Aptitude Test by TC The Atomic Dog is a weekly feature that isn't necessarily about weight training or bodybuilding. Sometimes it's about sports in general, sex, women, or male issues of some kind. At times it's inspirational, but it can also be informative, funny, and even a little weird, but hopefully, always interesting and a little controversial. We hope it reflects the ...

Psychology of Big - Part 1
Psychology of Big - Part 1
by Chris Shugart Fri, Sep 05, 2003

The Psychology of Big – Part I A Brief History of Mind Over Matter by Chris Shugart A Quick Experiment Picture a lemon. There it is, sitting on your kitchen counter, its shiny yellow skin glistening and about to burst with juice. Pick up the lemon and fetch a sharp knife. Feel the tough peeling resist the blade for a moment and then give way as juice squirts into the air ...

Dear Mom and Dad
Dear Mom and Dad
by John M Berardi Fri, Sep 05, 2003

Dear Mom and Dad A Letter To Parents Concerned About Their Teenager’s Protein Intake by John M Berardi Almost all long-term weightlifters have gone through it. In an effort to be proactive about our health, we go to the doctor for a routine check-up or to delve a little deeper into what’s going on physiologically and wham! The doc tells us that our kidneys are about to explode! And then,...

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