What do you get when you ask some of the world's top strength coaches and nutrition gurus to share their most powerful tips for dramatic physique changes? You get one hell of an article series!
Low-carb hype rules the day.
Break Out of the Rep Range Rut!
What you need to know about ingesting fats.
A while back here at T-Nation, I released a series on what I called Pendulum Training. This is basically a training system that has you switching from structural training to functional training every week.
Get ready to mutate, in a good way. Here’s weeks 4-6 of a Coach Thibaudeau’s 12-week transformation plan.
The older and wiser you get, the more you start to realize there are certain "universalities" common to successful outcomes in all of life's endeavors. These realizations are as certain as the law of gravity, albeit less obvious. You should know and understand these common threads because they make success less random and more predictable.
Q & A with John Paul Catanzaro
Ready to undergo a major mutation of body composition? Here are weeks one through three of your next big transformation.
I've been called a wide variety of names over the past couple of years. These names have ranged from "guru" to "cheater." Frankly, I don't give a damn what people call me. The bottom line is that I get results with my athletes.
High Stimulation Training Methods for Enhanced Growth
This is part 2 of a story about one man's journey into the cult of powerlifting.
An update to Dr. Berardi’s eating plan that called for high calories and a unique macro combining protocol. Check it out.
The 9 keys to pulling bigger, badder deadlifts.
Are dietary academic arguments making people even fatter? Intriguing info here.
Train every muscle group 4 times per week? Yes, it can be done, if you plan it right. Try this program.
Get Functional, Get Structural, Get Started!
How to build power and functional hypertrophy with timed sets
Eight foods that have been wrecked by science, plus the healthier alternatives.
The MacGyver TV show was about a guy who made complicated machines or devices out of ordinary things. For instance, he could take down a helicopter with a fan, a dough-scraper, and some duct tape. Similarly, he could use a light bulb to make a set of lock picks.
How to Get "Ass to Grass" when Squatting
How Often Should I Work Out?
In this first part of this series, Tate discusses coaching, teamwork, and conditioning.