Eating food doesn't help you build muscle if you can't digest it. Here are some admittedly weird ideas for improving digestion.
Here’s how to make learning the Olympics lifts a whole lot easier.
1999 was a great Testosterone year for Charles Poliquin, Ian King, The Dead Pool, and big-time muscle building. Be prepared to be lost in our archives for several hours as you pore over our greatest hits!
A few programming tweaks for your body type can mean the difference between muscle growth and stagnation.
Because you can't build a good body while you're hurt, we asked experts Cressey and Robertson how they'd fix four common injuries.
A fast and effective way to separate the best exercises from the rest of the weak sauce pretenders.
Grass fed vs. corn fed, organic vs. natural, and wild vs. farmed. What should you be eating? Get the facts.
A look back at the best articles of 1998, the first year of Testosterone magazine.(Guess what? They still kick ass.)
Our team of experts give you an exact one-month training, nutrition, and supplement plan to get you from "dud" to stud in 30 days.
Is interval training really <i>that</i> effective for fat loss? An investigative report.
Is organic produce really more nutritious than conventionally grown? Get the facts.
Break out the tape measure and get ready to hit the gym. Roman's got some tips to make this your best training year ever.
Tate weighs in on machine training, winning the fat-loss war, and selling steroids to gas station clerks.
Forget space being the final frontier, it's the nervous system. Here's how to finally tap into what it's telling you.
Jim Wendler returns to talk assistance exercises, peaking for meets, and why losing your lunch sprinting up a hill is a good thing.
38 years of under-the-bar experience, the best exercises, and why back squats still suck.
Cressey's 2009 lessons-learned include the perfect sleep schedule, why shoes suck, and why you may want to stay away from hyper-mobile chicks.
What do you do when you have two loud, smart, Elite bad-boys on the phone? You shut the hell up and listen.
Our resident judge evaluates T NATION readers and shows them how to improve their physiques! This time Clay evaluates a wanna-be competitive bodybuilder and a smoking hot figure competitor.
Got only enough room in your cupboard for five foods or supplements? What, are you renting a single-family cave in Tora Bora?
Our expert physique judge tells T NATION readers where their physiques shine and where they suck. How do you stack up?
Jim Wendler, Scott Abel, Dan John, Lonnie Lowery, and Shelby Starnes talk about some of their most fulfilling "case studies."
The Hellraiser returns with answers about bands and chains, reverse hypers, assistance moves for the squat, mixed-grip lifting, and lots more topics.
Bowden reveals the truth about organic food, grapefruit as a fat loss food (it works!), soy (it's still bad), palm oil, and other juicy dietary tidbits.