When Strength Training Meets ADD
Here’s a finishing program designed to give you that finely honed, chiseled look. Check it out.
A long time ago, in a galaxy far far away (on-line issue #18 to be precise), T-mag ran an article called "Steroids for Health." The idea behind the article was sound and quite revolutionary at the time: steroids, when used safely and sanely, will not adversely affect your health; in fact, they may even be healthy.
The best exercises are often the ones you aren't using. To prevent adaptation, try some of these unconventional movements.
Healthy, muscle-building food doesn't have to be bland and boring. These cooking tips are worth learning. Check 'em out.
A Complete Program to Maximize Your Cutting Cycles
Progress stalled? Try something new. Give these exercises a shot.
The measurement of body composition is an inexact science, and outside the laboratory, it becomes an even more inexact science.
An Interview with Frank Shamrock
T-mag Goes Undercover in Mexico
A stripped down overview of JB's dietary wisdom
If you don't already have Ian King's 'Get Buffed!' book, you've probably heard about it. It's definitely one of best-received books about weight training on the market.
A smokin' review of all the popular fat loss agents
Don't you just hate those stubborn body parts that never seem to grow? This "stubbornness" is usually caused by underlying issues, or more accurately, underlying muscles.
How to avoid getting ripped off when buying supplements.
How to unleash your core strength to achieve explosive arm development
This is part one of an article about Chris Shugart and Cy Willson's trip into Mexico to check out the steroid scene and bordertown culture.
2001 International CLA Conference Report
Try something new, experiment, mix it up, sometimes let her get on top and hold the riding crop... well, you know what we mean.
The health food you need to be eating. Don’t worry, no humans were harmed or barbecued in the making of this article.
A famous medical doctor, C. Chan Gunn, once likened the human upper trapezius muscle to that of a cobra snake's hood.
Bring the Pain – Part III
I remember when I first got the notion of how powerful the psychology behind training can be.