Dr. Geng-Long Tsu of Taiwan is one the world's best urological surgeons and if it ails your penis, he can probably fix it, even if it's been ruptured from practicing the mysterious art of jui yang shen gong.
The Shotgun Method allows you to train for both size and symmetry without having to skimp on either. It actually allows you to concentrate on the big lifts without neglecting isolation exercises that address lagging body parts.
If you've only been training for a couple of years, just about anything you do in the weightroom will make you stronger. However, those of you who have been training a bit longer need to pull out the heavy artillery.
You finished boozing it up over the holiday? Good. Cuz it's time to put what's left of your brain matter to use in understanding the nervous system and how utilizing it can make you stronger and better lookin'.
The latest research regarding protein, creatine, laughter, suspended push-ups, CLA, fish oil, naughty adolescent girls, female orgasms, and of course, boar semen. Heck, you can't have a decent research article without boar semen.
As far as popularity of training programs, 5 sets of 5 ranks near the top. Perhaps surprisingly, one of the very first 5x5 programs was written in 1960 by Reg Park and it deserves to have the dust wiped off it.
We chose a guy named Bartl to be in our first Physique Clinic. We were worried. Bartl was really, really, heavy, and Bartl had, well, issues; things like a fondness for blow. Turns out we had nothing to worry about.
Chad Waterbury describes 5 things you should be doing — some intuitive, some counterintuitive — to help you reach your body comp goals. Wait until you try the Wall Squat!
Long before steroid use became common in the weight-training world, legendary strongman Doug Hepburn proved that the right combo of training, nutrition, determination, and recovery can create superhuman strength.
Magnum guns, bowling pin forearms, and a Herculean torso, all in one article. What else do you want, a near-naked photo of Jamie Eason? Well, you get that too.
It's that time of year again when TC prepares the current crop of graduates for life. This year, he advises the grads to "polish their prisms" and from what we call tell, that's not a euphemism for a biological act.
Maybe you're not injured and you don't plan on being injured. (Ha!) Regardless, this article contains secrets to the weightlifting universe that will help you understand how the body works and, as they say, knowledge is power.
Phase 1 of Christian Thibaudeau's "Beast" program was all about jacking up the nervous system. Part 2 brings the meat — literally — as Christian shows you how to take advantage of all those neural improvements.
There are 4 stages to mastering your mind. Are you "unconsciously incompetent," "unconsciously competent," or do you fall somewhere in between? Chris Shugart explains how to climb the mental ladder.
We challenged the surly Scot to come up with a fat loss program that could quickly shave off 10 pound of fat without dieting. He pretty much did it, but it'll work better if you clean up the dirty dieting.
TC fancies himself as the training equivalent of Tuco from 'The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly.' Just as Tuco put together the best pieces of several guns to make himself a pistol, TC borrows training methodologies from all over.
Unfortunately for cattle, grass-fed beef may be the best bodybuilding food of all, and Josef Brandenburg knows how to cook it. Here are five of his favorite recipes. (Make sure you try his "Six-Pack Stew.")
Has Mike discovered the Holy Grail of training programs? Has he figured out a way to keep the body from adapting? Can he levitate just by using the power of his mind? Answers to these questions and more are contained herein.
It was probably the first exercise, the one lay-people do almost instinctively when they try to work out. Yet it remains one of the most effective movements, provided you know how to spice it up a bit.
Time to get a snapshot of Chad Waterbury's current training program. It stands in stark contrast to the two previous installments of "First Person," but it reflects Chad's current goals.