What is it that separates the masterful from the mediocre? And do you have it? Find out here.
Being a novice is a beautiful thing if you want to add strength and muscle to your frame at a shocking rate. Here's a program that will help you do just that.
You don't spend 30 years under the bar without acquiring a few scars - and learning a few lessons.
Enough resveratrol in the bloodstream at the right time enables the growth of more muscle. Check this out.
Athletes that have used anabolic steroids may have an increased form of muscle memory. Here are some legal ways to get a similar effect.
Learn how to do the goblet squat with pulse, the anterior loaded barbell step-up, and other movements that will make you monetarily hate life.
The glycemic index has been around for decades. Is it legit? Somewhat. Here's a practical approach to using this tricky bastard.
A unique way to use T boosters to get even better results from your workouts. Check it out.
T Nation addresses off-season drug cycles and a one-shot-a-month cruise.
Awesome hamstring development doesn't require dozens of exercises - just a few very efficient ones performed with ass-kicking intensity.
Forget what the internet gurus are telling you. These supposedly “healthy” foods are anything but!
CLA can increase lean mass and reduce body fat, but can it help with asthma? Research says yes.
Do your pecs look like something you'd find at IHOP covered in maple syrup? Then this article is for you.
Sensei Dan John wallops you on the side of the head with 5 good doses of common sense to get you growing.
Learn your competitors' weaknesses and exploit them. Learn your own weaknesses and correct them.
Is your training getting stale? Here are eleven effective methods to spark new progress.
A unique size-building program that shows us that sometimes, doing what is wrong will get you to the top.
Here’s why lifters who care about their physiques and their health should make saturated fat a top priority.
Why you shouldn't train biceps before shoulders or do bench dips, upright rows, or even the bench press! (Don't worry, the author gives solid alternatives.)
There's a term to describe the overzealous advocates of unilateral movements: small and weak. Here’s why.
T Nation judges various supplements, foods, ingredients, and dietary practices with the “nutsack" rating system.
Samurai-tested strategies for not only setting goals, but actually achieving them.
Build your scrawny looking delts, weak upper chest, and nearly nonexistent serratus. Here’s how.
You don't need five massive friends and a garage full of strongman equipment to push past your limits – just some heavy duty "intestinal fortitude."