A regular guy uses steroids and chronicles his experiences. Controversy ensues.
An Interview with Lou Schuler.
If you're like me in any way, you probably have about ten too many things going on in your life. Sometimes your workout gets buried in the depths of your "to do" list.
Strong glutes make strong lifters... and sexy ones too. Here's how to get yours in gear.
Low-carb hype rules the day.
A test for know-it-alls and those who think they do.
To get stronger, a lifter must discover his weak points, then bring them up. These exercises will do just that.
In this final installment, I'll cover some of the variations in more detail and I'll also be providing a training cycle that features the snatch as an "anchor" movement.
An Interview with the Warrior Nerd, Lonnie Lowery, PhD
What you need to know about ingesting fats.
There's nothing more frustrating than committing to a training program that doesn't pan out. This is equally true for an athlete who might work hard yet still falls short of his expectations and the strength coach whose biggest satisfaction comes from the great strides his athletes make.
The Psychology of Body Transformation and Peak Performance.
Try a few of these little-used, but extremely effective exercises and break out of your training rut.
When you’re near the end of a strict competition-style diet, extreme measures are often needed. Try these tricks out.
Simple calorie draining techniques for contest dieters or people who just want to get lean fast. Check ‘em out.
Get ready to mutate, in a good way. Here’s weeks 4-6 of a Coach Thibaudeau’s 12-week transformation plan.
More tips and tricks for staying in a negative energy balance when cutting.
Q & A with John Paul Catanzaro
A new exercise is mentally stimulating. It turns your brain on, excites the nervous system and breaks you out of the training blahs. Try these out.
A first time juicer tells his anabolic tale.
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.
Break out of your training rut and adopt some challenging new exercises. Here are 8 to test out.
In his classic 1984 book, Bodybuilding: A Scientific Approach, Fred Hatfield presented a model of training aimed at exploiting the adaptations provided by each of the three dominant rep ranges used in the strength training of that era (4-6, 10-12 and 20-25 reps).
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.