Here's how "over-quantification syndrome" leads to poor results with training and diet.
Stop butchering the barbell row. Do this accessory exercise, find your form flaws, then get back to heavy rows. Check it out.
These movements will make your spine and shoulders feel better and move better when doing big lifts. Check 'em out.
Advil, aspirin, and other common pain relievers inhibit muscle growth. Here's what to do instead.
Most diet plans are made for people who can't think for themselves. Here's a smarter way to strip off the fat.
You are what you eat, right? Not really. Here's what you need to know.
Inadequate sleep reduces insulin sensitivity and makes you fat. Here's why and how to get more restorative sleep.
Your body needs cortisol, but too much will wreck your gains and performance. Here's how to keep it under control.
Is our standard of beauty too harsh? Is leanness unfairly prized? Here's what science and history have to say about fitness, fatness, and our preferences.
Here's a "new" way to blow up your legs, especially those puny quads of yours.
Here's an easy way to make the bench press more shoulder-friendly and just as effective.
People will look at you funny when you do this exercise. That's okay, your traps will be bigger and stronger than theirs. Take a look.
Here's the simplest way to hone in on the ideal push-up mechanics.
This exercise might be too tough for you, but even just a few reps will fire up your upper back and lats. Take a look.
This exercise makes even the hardest plank variation seem easy. Check it out and give it a shot.
Trainers say to avoid cheat reps, but bodybuilders use them with success. So who's right? Here's the truth, plus a pro's guide to using them correctly.
Most lifters trying to build muscle are either going too light or too heavy. Here's how to find your sweet spot for hypertrophy.
It's simple, it's healthy, and yeah, there's only a single ingredient. Here's how to make it.
This amino improves your focus, mood, energy, and even learning abilities. Here's the science.
By improving the activation and recruitment of the core, you'll increase your strength in the big lifts. Here's how to do it.
Foam rollers, lacrosse balls, back walking, kettlebells. Can these work as tools to fix tightness and pain? Not when you use them like this. Here's what works better.
Does kinesiotape actually do anything? Here's the truth.
We asked pro bodybuilders, doctors, and coaches one blunt question. Their answers may surprise you.
You'll be shaking, sucking for air, and cursing T Nation... but you'll also be developing mental toughness. Try it!