Build Bulging Biceps the Quebec Way!
I've been riddled with guilt. I threw out a batch of mom's Christmas cookies today. Her fudge went too soft – as did my wife's cornbread-sausage stuffing, the candied yams, and the bowls of lovingly prepared homemade munchies that have been sitting around my house.
A long time ago, in a galaxy far far away (on-line issue #18 to be precise), T-mag ran an article called "Steroids for Health." The idea behind the article was sound and quite revolutionary at the time: steroids, when used safely and sanely, will not adversely affect your health; in fact, they may even be healthy.
A Glute-Dominant Workout for Increased Strength
An Interview with Christian Thibaudeau
Let's see if this situation sounds vaguely familiar. You're passionate about taking care of your body. You work out, you eat right, and you take supplements to fine tune the way your body looks, feels, and functions. If you piled up all the hours you've spent studying all this stuff, you'd think some University would just flat out give you a PhD.
As kids, we all looked at superheroes with a sense of awe – not just for their heroic acts of fending off the bad guys, but also for their seemingly flawless muscular bodies. In fact, I know of more than one guy who started working out in order to emulate their favourite superhero.
Healthy, muscle-building food doesn't have to be bland and boring. These cooking tips are worth learning. Check 'em out.
Shake up your training with these untraditional exercises that build muscle and strength. Check ‘em out.
An Interview with Dr. Joseph Mercola
I'm here to tackle four of the most common myths you probably hear spouted as fact by some meathead at least once a week in the gym.
"What are some of the most radical and perhaps bizarre methods you have ever heard of for increasing strength?"
It's been nearly two years since Lonnie Lowery and I teamed up to get our macronutrient roundtable on. First, we invited Cy Willson to share in an interesting protein discussion.
Bodybuilding may never make it to the Olympics, but I believe that Olympic lifting will make it to bodybuilding. In fact, I've always recommended that bodybuilders use Olympic lifting at certain times during the training year.
This is when the old saying, "necessity is the mother of invention" comes into play.
Another piece of the bodybuilding puzzle?
EDT for Maximal Strength Breakthroughs!
Five Ways to Get Unstuck and Turn Back on the Gains!
How to cheat on your diet and look even better
"The aim of the legal action is to force the fast-food industry to "offer a larger variety to the consumers, including non-meat vegetarian, less grams of fat, and a reduction of size of their meals."
An Interview with Charles Staley
You think "roid rage" is bad? Try taking away a habitual coffee drinker's morning java, then see what happens! Trust me, I've seen it and it ain't pretty.
An Interview with Bryan Haycock