A look back at the best articles of 1998, the first year of Testosterone magazine.(Guess what? They still kick ass.)
Our team of experts give you an exact one-month training, nutrition, and supplement plan to get you from "dud" to stud in 30 days.
Is organic produce really more nutritious than conventionally grown? Get the facts.
Break out the tape measure and get ready to hit the gym. Roman's got some tips to make this your best training year ever.
Yeah, your body could use a break. But only after you run it into the ground. Here’s what to do.
Tate weighs in on machine training, winning the fat-loss war, and selling steroids to gas station clerks.
The stretch-shortening cycle can be your best friend or your biggest enemy. Here’s what you need to know.
It’s a tough job, at least if you do it right. There are three ways to do it. Here are the pros and cons of each.
Forget space being the final frontier, it's the nervous system. Here's how to finally tap into what it's telling you.
Still doing three sets of crunches for abs before leaving the gym? Check out this article for a new approach to the coveted six-pack.
Here are seven steps you can use to improve your programming and get better results from your hard work.
Elite powerlifter Matt Kroc lives by a code that drives him to do things we find scary and inspiring.
They publish umpteen workouts, but do they practice what they preach? Take a peek into the workouts of John Romaniello, Clay Hyght, and Nick Tuminello.
If you want to build a healthy, muscular physique, the quality of your food matters. Here's what to add to your diet.
The way we see it, there are two types of lifters: those who like trisets, and wusses. Here's an article for the former.
Would you have the balls to train at a gym where screaming in pain and puking are everyday occurrences?
38 years of under-the-bar experience, the best exercises, and why back squats still suck.
Call it whatever you want: circuit training, interval training, whatever. Two things are certain: 1. It ain't for wimps. 2. It'll rip the fat off you.
Send us your half-naked pics and we'll evaluate your body. It's not as weird as it sounds.
Cressey's 2009 lessons-learned include the perfect sleep schedule, why shoes suck, and why you may want to stay away from hyper-mobile chicks.
There are controversial, outspoken people in the health and fitness industry. And then there's Paul Chek.
Our resident judge evaluates T NATION readers and shows them how to improve their physiques! This time Clay evaluates a wanna-be competitive bodybuilder and a smoking hot figure competitor.
A bodybuilding diet expert answers all your questions, covering everything from cheat meals to how to measure body fat. Check it out.
Slow down there, Hoss; you can't start pulling heavy weights from the get-go. Let us show you the proper progressions to make your deadlift truly worthwhile.