As I sit here in the airport reflecting on my recent trip, I'm once again exposed to the reality that most Americans just don't move. At least not under their own power. Mostly we just like to sit motionless.
If you think you're way beyond this basic advice, think again. Warning: Not for snowflakes.
In the 2001-2002 academic year, the NCAA spent almost three million dollars testing Division I and Division II football players for "anabolic agents, diuretics, and urine manipulators."
A Revolutionary Training Apparatus!
A raucous roundtable discussion with Jose Antonio, Doug Kalman, Chris Street, and Tim Ziegenfuss
About 2 years ago, we asked one of our resident nutrition and supplement gurus, John Berardi, to give us a peek into his training journal. While best known for dispersing dietary dogma, JB has built a rock-solid physique from countless hours of fraternizing with heavy dumbbells and barbells.
How to build power and functional hypertrophy with timed sets
We all know building a muscular body takes time, but if you want to speed things up and kickstart some serious hypertrophy, you must make intelligent use of two core muscle-building concepts: absolute strength and absolute volume.
Snooze Your Way to Bigger Muscles and Less Fat!
Big Time Gains for the Part-Time Lifter
Have you ever wanted to be recognized as an authority on bodybuilding, powerlifting, and performance enhancement?
If you've had trouble gaining lean weight during mass building phases, here's something that will help.
You can say a lot of things about Dr. Eric Serrano, but you can't say he's boring.
Too much dietary iron can wreak havoc on a man’s health. Here’s what you can do about it while still enjoying your steaks.
A Brief History of Mind Over Matter
Some people (like maybe your mom or dad) are still worried about high protein diets blowing up your kidneys. Here's why they have nothing to worry about.
How to Repair Glucose Intolerance, Part 2
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 Repair Glucose Intolerance, Part 1
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.