John Berardi will cover the interesting abstracts related to muscle physiology, muscle metabolism, hormones, weight loss, and nutrition.
This week David Barr will cover the interesting abstracts related to endurance training, strength training, athletic performance and recovery.
How much do you know about steroids? If you're using them or planning on using them, hopefully you know a lot. Sadly, we at T-mag have learned over the years that this is seldom the case.
In the first part of this three-part series, Cassandra will cover the interesting abstracts related to dietary fat, fat metabolism, and gender differences.
An interview with Stuart McGill
While I do my best try to stay abreast of the latest nutrition and supplement research, once in a while I find myself totally ignorant to an important topic or sound body of literature.
How to calculate your energy needs so you can lose fat without wrecking your metabolism or losing muscle.
An Interview with Diet Guru Chris Janusz
In this first part of this series, Tate discusses coaching, teamwork, and conditioning.
Q and A with Charles Staley
Featuring Charles Staley, Christian Thibaudeau, Lonnie Lowery, PhD and Don Alessi
This article will be somewhat different than those I usually write. Instead of taking on one subject and detailing it thoroughly, I'm going to talk about several training tips, exercises, or methods that I find effective.
When Strength Training Meets ADD
We here at T-Nation just love them-there hormones.
An interview with champion powerlifter Mike Miller
It's a very common problem; almost an epidemic, you could say. This may not be comforting, and it may be something you've heard before, but, "it happens to a lot of guys."
How to get strong fast with frequent workouts!
What would you give to have delts so big and wide that you had to strip naked and coat yourself with lard before being able to pass from room to room?
Do athletes and lifters really need more protein than regular folks? Yes. Here's why.
I've been riddled with guilt. I threw out a batch of mom's Christmas cookies today. Her fudge went too soft – as did my wife's cornbread-sausage stuffing, the candied yams, and the bowls of lovingly prepared homemade munchies that have been sitting around my house.
The best exercises are often the ones you aren't using. To prevent adaptation, try some of these unconventional movements.
An Interview with Christian Thibaudeau
Let's see if this situation sounds vaguely familiar. You're passionate about taking care of your body. You work out, you eat right, and you take supplements to fine tune the way your body looks, feels, and functions. If you piled up all the hours you've spent studying all this stuff, you'd think some University would just flat out give you a PhD.
Shake up your training with these untraditional exercises that build muscle and strength. Check ‘em out.