A unique size-building program that shows us that sometimes, doing what is wrong will get you to the top.
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.
Want to be more and do more? You'll get there faster with friends than you would by going at it alone. Here’s why community is essential in training.
Motivational lessons learned from the gridiron can help supercharge your training.
After getting bored of bodybuilding, one lifter transitioned into a highly-conditioned athlete. Here’s what he learned along the way.
Ketogenic diets, cheat meals, fat loss plateaus, and blowing your diet straight to hell. Isn't this fat loss thing supposed to be simple?
Fat is back on the menu, but the amount and kind you eat matters. Fix your health and improve your body comp. Get your fat facts straightened out here.
Becoming a better, stronger lifter takes years of practice, but you can speed up the process by remembering a few simple cues.
Twelve ways to bring up your hamstrings to help you dominate the big lifts.
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.
Do you like pain? Do you like showing off your gym work ethic? Here are some sure-fire ways to do it.
The vast majority of people don't know how to breathe properly, and it's hurting them. Here’s what you need to know.
Whether you want to win the race, stave off sleep, perform like a sexual champ, or increase focus, here’s your guide.
Rack pulls, training injuries, big-time inspiration, and the difference between Metallica and real heavy metal? It must be Blood & Chalk time.
It's a diet so simple, a caveman can follow it. But can it help you build a stronger, leaner body? Find out here.
Because you can't build a good body while you're hurt, we asked experts Cressey and Robertson how they'd fix four common injuries.
A fast and effective way to separate the best exercises from the rest of the weak sauce pretenders.
Grass fed vs. corn fed, organic vs. natural, and wild vs. farmed. What should you be eating? Get the facts.
A look back at the best articles of 1998, the first year of Testosterone magazine.(Guess what? They still kick ass.)
Chad Waterbury drops by Testosterone HQ to talk about new ways to pummel stubborn body fat into submission.