A noted nutrition guru tackles the topics of bulking diets, food allergies, fasting, microwaving, and that crappy weight-loss supplement your wife wants to try.
The Pros Really Do Have a Secret. Introducing the First Competition Bar.
Hey Twiggy! Looking to add some bulk to your lower body? Want to put more wallop in your wheels? The Thibster has a program for you.
If you had Jason's drive for just two hours a day and you applied it to improving your body or mind, nothing could stop you.
As a young man in the iron game, Mike was surrounded by people who drank the pro-bodybuilder Kool-Aid. He never squatted ('cause it hurts your knees) and never deadlifted. Now he knows better.
There's a little-known rite of passage among top athletes that involves running up a 100-yard long, 45-degree incline sand dune. Walking up it shoots your heart rate past 170. Imagine what running does to it.
Bodybuilding veteran Scott Abel (pictured) has a radical plan to turn arm day into the best fat-burning workout of the week.
There are 5 elements on which a program can be based: Volume, Frequency, Density, Intensity, and Intensiveness, and you should single out just one of them in every program you write.
Do females want "it" more than males? Do females enjoy it more than males? A wild journey of sexual discovery traversing the fields of history, biology, and mythology.
Nate contacted three veteran coaches — Chris Mohr, Mike Roussell, and Justin Harris — and asked them to identify and correct the 10 most common mistakes they see young guys make in the kitchen.
If this list can't convince you to include at least a bit of fast lifting in your routine, you might want to seek professional help to discuss why you're avoiding maximum success.
Christian explains how to make yourself less insulin resistant; how to use "Control Days" to gain muscle while losing fat; and which movements work better with slow tempos and which movements work better with isometric holds.
Ted Williams was regarded as surly, difficult, and an all-around pain in the ass. However, men like Ted make all of us want to be better at what we do. So, baseball fan or not, tip a glass to The Kid tonight.
Unbeknownst to most, rest periods are a critical part of defining the body you want, and there's actually a science behind it, too.
You're doing your mobility drills and foam-roller work, but you're still in pain. If that sounds like you, maybe you need "muscle activation training."
The author of "The 150 Healthiest Foods on Earth" answers questions about the difference between glycemic load and glycemic index, fiber as a fat-loss supplement, the super spice turmeric, and an oil that's even better than olive oil.
Rachel Cosgrove's back with a metabolic circuit program that'll melt that fat off faster than any treadmill ever could.
With mechanical drop sets, instead of reducing the load, you switch to a new but similar exercise by changing the grip, angle, etc. The result is a whole lot of burning and a whole lot of growth.
The doctor knows Alice was right; the baby is a killer. He hears something rustling behind the curtain. He pulls out his scalpel and says, "See, baby? Something bright, something pretty..."
T-Nation cornered Dr. Clay Hyght, one of our favorite bodybuilder-chiropractors, who weighed in on the importance of peri-workout nutrition, split training, and how he copes with the constant "risk" of getting too big.