The glycemic index has been around for decades. Is it legit? Somewhat. Here's a practical approach to using this tricky bastard.
One of the ironies of bodybuilding is that the more some people work out, the worse they look. Whatever happened to grace, elegance, esthetics, and functionality?
Becoming a better, stronger lifter takes years of practice, but you can speed up the process by remembering a few simple cues.
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.
Tate weighs in on machine training, winning the fat-loss war, and selling steroids to gas station clerks.
Got only enough room in your cupboard for five foods or supplements? What, are you renting a single-family cave in Tora Bora?
You pop Omega-3's like Pez candy, but avoid Omega-6's like candy corn. Maybe it's time to use both.
Up close and under the bar with scintillating fitness model and entrepreneur Pauline Nordin.
Dave Tate, Bret Contreras, Scott Abel, Christian Thibaudeau, Eric Cressey, and Tony Gentilcore describe some of their favorite "case histories."
Dr. Bowden describes the perfect meathead breakfast, after which he discusses addictive foods, CLA, sugar alcohols, and oh yeah, Megan Fox.
Most guys can't sweep the room without using wrist straps to grab onto the broom. Here's how to fix that sad, sad, problem.
A 2-kilogram discuss traveled 140 feet through the air and landed in Dan John's skull. After that, he "rested" for five months. Now he has some interesting ideas about rest periods in general.
When you question a coach's values, you usually get some interesting answers, along with a fist in the eye.
Okay Spunky, go to the mirror and take a peek at your backside. Careful, chances are the view back there is a mess. Chances are you ain't got no meat back there. That's right, no muscle, or very little.
More ways to keep your back strong, healthy, and ready for more plates. Check it out.
Science writer Gary Taubes has a simple message: Everything you think you know about diet is wrong.
A veteran lifter weighs in on building bigger arms, how to assess your weak points, and overcoming the tyranny of bad advice.
The look of a tiny waist and big-back is what makes heads turn. Build your upper body to achieve that look. Here's how.
In the booming fitness culture of Dubai, steroids are cool, pot is not, and good supplements are hard to find.
Dr. Bowden gives you the real truth about saturated fats, honey, fake health foods, coffee and much more.
A veteran strength coach riffs on deadlifts, squats, rollouts, and why he'd rather not have to explain why his athletes get so many strange bruises.
Doing squats on Bosu balls isn't functional. Neither is a lot of stuff you see people doing in the gym.