Single joint exercises are fine, but compound lifts will do more for your overall size and strength. Here's how to build your arms with compound work.
Your environment could be making you look soft and lady-like. Here's how to fight the T-lowering toxins.
A short, simple, brilliantly logical program for busting through training plateaus.
Curcumin has a host of health benefits, but could it help with body composition too? Looks that way. Info here.
The glycemic index has been around for decades. Is it legit? Somewhat. Here's a practical approach to using this tricky bastard.
Rack pulls, training injuries, big-time inspiration, and the difference between Metallica and real heavy metal? It must be Blood & Chalk time.
It’s a tough job, at least if you do it right. There are three ways to do it. Here are the pros and cons of each.
Dr. John Berardi gives us the details on nutrition for athletes, diet strategy, food behavior, and Georges St. Pierre. See what he has to say.
Did all that holiday snacking leave you stretching the seams on your Santa suit? Coach Chris Bathke has what you need to get back into fighting shape, fast.
Got barely enough time to check your email? The T NATION coaches serve up some savory knowledge about calf training, quick, fast, and in a hurry.
Dr. Brian Walsh gives you the real poop on gastrointestinal health.
Bodybuilding diet guru Shelby Starnes answers your questions about dieting for fat loss and muscle gains. Check it out.
Dave Tate, Bret Contreras, Scott Abel, Christian Thibaudeau, Eric Cressey, and Tony Gentilcore describe some of their favorite "case histories."
Listen up, Twiggy. Drop the Bruce Lee comic book you're reading and pull up a chair. You're about to get the skinny on gaining muscle.
Tough, tough love from 7 coaches; stuff that will make you pull the pillow over your head and shout, "no, no, no!"
More ways to keep your back strong, healthy, and ready for more plates. Check it out.
The five most common squatting mistakes and how to fix them.
A few unique exercises that Cressey gives to all his athletes, whether they're baseball players, powerlifters, boxers, or ordinary schlubs.
You can't develop a weak or unresponsive body part with the exact same training techniques that made it that way. So try this.
Doing squats on Bosu balls isn't functional. Neither is a lot of stuff you see people doing in the gym.
In this exclusive excerpt from his new book, Nate Green looks at the beliefs and behaviors that keep skinny guys skinny and fat guys fat.
This six-week program breaks some of the currently accepted rules for workout volume and duration. That's why you'll do more than 20 sets per workout and you'll train for 60 to 75 minutes.
Volume, frequency, density, intensity, and intensiveness. Here’s what you need to know about each to train right for your goals.