Common sense and dirty tricks combine for the perfect workout checklist. Which important steps are you missing?
What could you learn after two years of traveling and training with some of the world's finest athletes? It all depends on what you're willing to try.
Dr. Brian Walsh gives you the real poop on gastrointestinal health.
Bodybuilding diet guru Shelby Starnes answers your questions about dieting for fat loss and muscle gains. Check it out.
Everything you need to know to make your next workout the best workout of your life.
Dr. Lonny Lowery talks about new protein research and little-known facts about protein. Check it out.
When you question a coach's values, you usually get some interesting answers, along with a fist in the eye.
Tony is back with 26 new tips to advance your training and nutrition knowledge.
In part two of our interview, Alwyn Cosgrove talks about compliance, networking, and why aspiring actors should stay out of the fitness biz.
Dr. B reveals the ugly truth behind canola oil, along with discussions on the efficacy of rhodiola and whether there are any dietary aphrodisiacs.
The high-fructose corn syrup people are telling you their product is the same as sugar, but they're lying mo-fo's.
A veteran lifter weighs in on building bigger arms, how to assess your weak points, and overcoming the tyranny of bad advice.
Need some change in your exercise selection? Give these unusual but effective movements a shot.
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.
Q & A with one of the world's premier strength coaches.
Doing squats on Bosu balls isn't functional. Neither is a lot of stuff you see people doing in the gym.
Six high-tech tactics that’ll get you even stronger.
He's the newest addition to the T NATION line-up, but Bret Contreras just may be one of the most innovative coaches we've seen.
This six-week program breaks some of the currently accepted rules for workout volume and duration. That's why you'll do more than 20 sets per workout and you'll train for 60 to 75 minutes.
Using dead stop movements to blow past a sticking point; how ab work has nothing to do with building a six-pack; and how you should blow-torch the treadmill and burn fat in a way that works.
One of the best-built posters on our forums opens up about training, nutrition, and steroids in this honest, wide-ranging interview.
Drastically increase fat use for fuel by increasing energy expenditure and stimulating the release of free-fatty acids. Here’s how.
Pay attention to the details of your nutrition regime and watch your body respond. Here’s what to do.
Erick Minor's got a bone to pick: he keeps encountering personal trainers who make assertions about training athletes that just don't pan out in real life conditions, i.e. the gym and the athletic field.