This is TC's love poem to women. It's a perverse love poem, but a love poem all the same.
Eric Cressey is like a Swiss cheese in a sea of Gorgonzola... oh, forget it. We were trying to come up with an analogy that was at least half as good as the training analogies Eric uses in this article, but we failed. Luckily, Eric was spot on.
Chris Shugart likes double everything: double workouts, double helpings of low-carb sprinkles on his ice cream cone, and even double ladies, so it comes as no surprise that he's extended this practice to his supplementation.
You may think you don't have any postural issues, but chances are you've got either anterior or posterior tilt. Okay, so there aren't any telethons for it, but it's serious stuff. Too much of one or the other and your performance and lifts are going to — as they say in clinical circles — suck.
Hey you! That's right, you, with the attention span of an 18-year-old speed freak. This article contains easily digestible snippets of cool, useful information about training, food, and even books (should your attention span tolerate them). Read and absorb... quickly.
The Atomic Dog's out in the nuclear doghouse. (He chewed up Tim Patterson's favorite workout shirt.) As such, TC wrote a plain ol' regular training article instead of his usual hallucinogenic-mushroom fueled rant.
Believe it or not the RDL is a very difficult movement to learn, but Mike Robertson's detailed instructions, photos, and video will have you doing a perfect RDL in moments.
Didn't it seem that the bodybuilders of yesteryear had bigger chests? (We're talking chest circumference here and not pec size, mind you.) Ellington thinks so and he knows why - it was all due to the all-but-lost art of ribcage expansion.
The central nervous system - it's been called it the "last frontier of weight training." Regardless of whether it's the last frontier or not, it's mucho important. Knowing how to manipulate it can accelerate your progress almost beyond belief, regardless of whether you're a competitive athlete or a bodybuilder.
Finally, a fat-loss program we can sink our teeth into! Hmm, maybe that metaphor doesn't work here, given that this program is about how to lose fat by working out in the gym (you know, the ballsy way) instead of by counting calories.
Muscle, insults, murder, and mayhem. It's all here in the latest installation of the Atomic Dog.
This article will tell you how to put on muscle, regardless of whether you're a world-class athlete or your only athletic event is gazing at your bod in the mirror. If nothing else, you must at least read the 16 points at the end of the article!
Can't lose fat? Can't figure out why? Well, can you answer simple "yes" or "no" questions? Of course you can! And that's all Dr. L's nifty little algorithm requires. You should have the answer to your fat-loss dilemma in no time and soon be well on your way to buffdom.
You've been had. The nutritional scientists and dietitians, in conjunction with big business, have made shambles of the American food supply and your health. Here are a few things you can do about it.
We run articles about dietary fat on T-Nation fairly often, but do you truly understand fat, especially saturated fat? If you don't, you might be seriously shortchanging your health and your physique.
EDT is one of the simplest, most effective bodybuilding programs ever devised. If you're not familiar with it, here's your chance.
Extreme Performance Decline Syndrome (EPDS) sounds like a new social disease, but it really has to do with mid-set fatigue. Ever wonder why you can pump out 12 reps on the first set but then have trouble hitting 6 or 7 reps on the fifth set? Luckily, Joel Marion knows how to boost your performance.
We were going to send Chad to your house, but we couldn't find a shipping container big enough. So, we did the next best thing. This article will allow you to easily construct your very own Waterbury program. Read up, muscle up!
Screw that global warming stuff. There's a far more inconvenient truth to worry about and it has to do with your manhood!
Coach Boyle's been dragging his calloused butt through the weighlifting business for 25 years. During that time he's made a few mistakes, but luckily for you whippersnappers, he wants to save you from making those same mistakes.