The five most common nutrition mistakes made by lifters and wannabe bodybuilders.
In this installment, Westside Barbell guru Dave Tate digs deep to answer the question, "Why do we put ourselves through this?"
A calorie is not a calorie. A fat is not a fat. A carb is not a carb. A protein is not a protein. Here’s why.
Unfortunately, most of the methods usually used to determine body fat are woefully inadequate and rife with potential problems.
One Inch in One Month (Oh, and Yes, It WILL Hurt!)
The measurement of body composition is an inexact science, and outside the laboratory, it becomes an even more inexact science.
An Interview with Frank Shamrock
An Inside Look at the Protein Business
How to manipulate diet and exercise to look good naked, part 2
How to manipulate diet and exercise to look great naked
T-mag Goes Undercover in Mexico
The purpose of this column is tri-fold. Purpose number one is as a "refresher course" for seasoned lifters. Sure, deep down, you may know this stuff, but it's been so long since you first read about it that you've forgotten the rationale behind the subject matter.
Take your explosive strength to the next level!
T Nation talks to three law enforcement officers who use steroids in this classic article.
Tudor Bompa is known to many as the man who single-handedly revolutionized Western training methods. After more than forty years of work in the arena of international sports, he's widely considered one of the world's leading specialists when it comes to periodization, planning, peaking, and strength and power training.
"The sheer effectiveness and brutality of the EDT program does not come across in the written word. This is a TOTAL gym experience"
The Bodybuilder's Hierarchy of Needs
The Lowdown on the Latest in Bodybuilding Chemistry
I'll show you some more challenging and dynamic rotational exercises that are sure to help you develop Tornado-like power!
The importance of rotational training in anyone's exercise program whether they're an athlete, a weekend warrior, or anything in between.
If you don't already have Ian King's 'Get Buffed!' book, you've probably heard about it. It's definitely one of best-received books about weight training on the market.
Of all the effective supplements available these days, one of the best is still good 'ole protein powder. That's because without enough quality protein, then all the other issues involved in bodybuilding – training, recovery, hormone manipulation etc. – are pretty much meaningless.
Has anyone out there tried "The One-Day Arm Cure" by Charles Poliquin? Or am I the only nut who spent an entire day devoted to training arms?
The Mathematics of Determining a Single-Rep Maximum