I've been brought back to the basics of solid–one might even say "manly"–nutrition too many times lately for it not to affect my writing.
The truth about stretching without stretching the truth!
Break out of your training rut and adopt some challenging new exercises. Here are 8 to test out.
I'm going to spare you nutrition intricacies like the latest information on Glut-4 transporter translocation and just give you the Cliff's Notes–or Clay's Notes–on how to piece together meals and eating plans that'll help you achieve your physique and/or strength goals.
I've been called a wide variety of names over the past couple of years. These names have ranged from "guru" to "cheater." Frankly, I don't give a damn what people call me. The bottom line is that I get results with my athletes.
This is part 2 of a story about one man's journey into the cult of powerlifting.
An update to Dr. Berardi’s eating plan that called for high calories and a unique macro combining protocol. Check it out.
Overtraining or Under-eating? Part Two
Anabolic Stretching for Anabolic Gains
Overtraining or Under-eating? Part 1
Q & A with John Paul Catanzaro
Two years ago my wife and I tried cyclic ketogenic dieting. We knew that many of the concepts behind these diets were valid but there was a practical, behavioral problem for us: we could no longer function as a stable, productive human beings on such low carb intakes.
An Exclusive Interview with Chris Street
In my last article, Pendulum Training, I introduced the basic principles behind a new way to plan your workouts. This new way of thinking is based on a frequent pre-planned variation of training objectives and means.
Are dietary academic arguments making people even fatter? Intriguing info here.
Train every muscle group 4 times per week? Yes, it can be done, if you plan it right. Try this program.
Thanksgiving was a fatty, sugary good time. I've never been one to do the old "modified recipe" thing when it comes to traditional holidays. Mashed potatoes and gravy, eggnog, pumpkin pie – it's all good to me.
Get Functional, Get Structural, Get Started!
As I sit here in the airport reflecting on my recent trip, I'm once again exposed to the reality that most Americans just don't move. At least not under their own power. Mostly we just like to sit motionless.
In the 2001-2002 academic year, the NCAA spent almost three million dollars testing Division I and Division II football players for "anabolic agents, diuretics, and urine manipulators."
A raucous roundtable discussion with Jose Antonio, Doug Kalman, Chris Street, and Tim Ziegenfuss