It's a hot Saturday in the Colorado Rockies and I'm at the office trying to think of a topic for an article. I've been sitting here for hours, just staring into the computer screen.
Q & A with one of the world's premier strength coaches.
In a lot of ways, Nelson Montana is the prototypical Testosterone reader. He doesn't have any official training in biochemistry he's actually a musician and an actor but he's read everything he's been able to get his hands on, and he can hold his own with a lot of academically trained experts.
A lot of Americans think that the muscle building world begins and ends at the shores and boundaries of North America. Call it snobbish; call it provincial; call it whatever you want; just make sure you call it incorrect.
Shake up your shoulder training with these exercises and the pyramid rep scheme.
Finish off your back workout with a few rounds of this. Bonus: It'll wake up your rhomboids too, which will help improve your crappy posture.
Are you standing in the way of your own goals? Here’s how to tackle the mental side of getting bigger, leaner, and stronger.
But hey, at least you'll be a crybaby with great abs. Check it out.
A new study involving both naturals and druggies sheds some light on this common question. Check it out.
Should you be using the one-and-a-half method in your training? If you're after size and strength, then yes! Check this out.
Characters in movies often drink some potion to give them superpowers. Well, here's a real-life potion that could give your brain superpowers.
Punch like Tyson. Kick like a mule. Use these two proven moves to crank up your core strength.
Try these workarounds to keep you in the gym when you're feeling a little banged up.
Anyone can make this healthed-up, macro-friendly dessert. No chef skills required.
Build a better back with this one-arm row variation.
This forgotten food has been rediscovered and science is pretty excited about its many healthful effects.
Unlike conventional hack squats, this landmine version allows you to find the perfect groove for your joints. Check it out.
Build your upper back with a twist on this classic bodyweight exercise.
This new nutritional kid on the block could soon prove to rival curcumin in its broad range of effects.
It's time to stop working out in just two dimensions. Add some frontal plane movement with these four step-off variations.
If you're on the lanky side, this is a better leg builder than the back squat.
Digestive enzymes can prevent all kinds of problems and help you absorb more nutrients from food... if you use the right ones.
Maximize the pump and guarantee growth with this mechanical drop set.
They say cheese raises your cholesterol, leads to high blood pressure, and makes you fat. Here's what science says.