we investigate our differences by looking at some hard data, and decide that there can be no sane approach that will work for every "dieter."
How to get strong fast with frequent workouts!
What Your Doctor, Your Friends, Your Mamma, and Maybe Even You Don't Know About Steroids
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.
Last week, John Berardi, Lonnie Lowery, Cy Willson, and that annoying Jared kid from the TV commercials discussed different aspects of carbohydrate metabolism. When last we left them, they were about to start explaining the differences between individual types of carbohydrates.
This is when the old saying, "necessity is the mother of invention" comes into play.
Another piece of the bodybuilding puzzle?
Across-the-board condemnation of dietary fat is like branding all drugs as bad... or all people of a particular ethnic background as undesirable. I suppose we could call the media hype against fat "nutritional racism."
"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
What does having a “balanced diet” really mean? And is it even ideal for bodybuilders and athletes? Dr. Lowery looks at several popular approaches.
Ever notice rust on your hands after working out?
Why you should train each muscle group more than once a week
The five most common nutrition mistakes made by lifters and wannabe bodybuilders.
A calorie is not a calorie. A fat is not a fat. A carb is not a carb. A protein is not a protein. Here’s why.
In this installment, Westside Barbell guru Dave Tate digs deep to answer the question, "Why do we put ourselves through this?"
The measurement of body composition is an inexact science, and outside the laboratory, it becomes an even more inexact science.
An Interview with Frank Shamrock
How to Gain (or Lose) Muscle
The Bodybuilder's Hierarchy of Needs
Now you want her to join you in the gym because the couple that trains together, stays together.