An Interview with Don Alessi - Part 2
An Interview with Don Alessi - Part 1
How to avoid getting ripped off when buying supplements.
The most successful strength and conditioning programs have this in common.
Advanced Training to Boost your Bench Press
Have the balls to make up your own mind!
How to unleash your core strength to achieve explosive arm development
An eating program for those who "can't gain weight"
A Closer Look at the Seated Row
An Interview with Dr. Ken Kinakin
Forskolin burns fat through two different pathways: causing the body to burn fat for energy and enhancing thyroid function.
I don't need to tell you how revered the bench press is. Along with exercises such as the squat and deadlift, it forms the basis of most strength training and bodybuilding programs. And it wouldn't be too bold a statement to say that the bench press is the most popular upper-body exercise in the world!
Think of this as the Cliff Note's to the Ian King 101 class. Here you'll find the highlights of Ian's training principles that have changed the way most of us workout.
As it stands now, sooner or later, your prostate will start to swell up like the dinner rolls momma's baking in the oven. At best, this unwanted hypertrophy will just obstruct urine flow. At worst, it'll develop into cancer.
This article is perhaps more complicated than some that might appear in Testosterone. Hey, no one ever said this stuff was easy; if it was, everybody would do it!
In his first TNT article, big Dave Tate cut through the BS and dropped some great training info on us. This week Dave provides us with a few more explosive tips and tricks, this time for the more advanced trainee.
Movements that "Trick" the Nervous System
This is part two of an article about Chris Shugart and Cy Willson's trip into Mexico to check out the steroid scene and bordertown culture.
2001 International CLA Conference Report
Admit it. A lot of times you plan your workouts around your major muscle groups and just "throw in" a few sets at the end for your ancillary muscles – calves, abs, and forearms.