A 2-kilogram discuss traveled 140 feet through the air and landed in Dan John's skull. After that, he "rested" for five months. Now he has some interesting ideas about rest periods in general.
When you question a coach's values, you usually get some interesting answers, along with a fist in the eye.
Dave Tate and others weigh-in on the difference between "compound movements" and "isolation movements" and the necessity of eating 6 times a day.
So you think you're hot stuff cuz you load up the leg press with 16 plates? Too bad that translates to about as much weight as your grandma can lift.
Tough, tough love from 7 coaches; stuff that will make you pull the pillow over your head and shout, "no, no, no!"
Dr. Lowery white-knuckled his way around the country to get the first word about the research that could change the way you train.
New views on the myth of steroids, the myth of overtraining, and the myth that Swiss balls are for pussies.
This is the United States of America. Like it or not, the bench press will always be the most popular exercise. Too bad everyone sucks at it.
Back pain will wreck your workouts. Here’s how to prevent it and how to fix it if it’s already too late.
Dr. Bowden weighs in on whether you can gain muscle and lose fat at the same time, the least-horrible fast foods, and drinking your own urine. Yes, really.
A few cool tricks to help make High Frequency Training work for you.
Q & A with one of the world's premier strength coaches.
A T Nation contributor goes undercover to score a coveted CrossFit certification. Here’s what happened.
T Nation journalist travels to Joe DeFranco's gym to train with NFL prospects and learns what it takes to get in the game.
Five new ways to build muscle, increase strength, improve conditioning, and impress the know-it-alls in your gym.
Something you can do at home for five minutes that will add size to your chest and upper arms. That plus lots of other cool stuff. Check out the list.
A few unique exercises that Cressey gives to all his athletes, whether they're baseball players, powerlifters, boxers, or ordinary schlubs.
In part two of our interview, Alwyn Cosgrove talks about compliance, networking, and why aspiring actors should stay out of the fitness biz.
In the first half of our two-part interview with Alwyn Cosgrove, the veteran coach talks about business, psychology, and the art of getting clients sore in all the right places.
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.
The look of a tiny waist and big-back is what makes heads turn. Build your upper body to achieve that look. Here's how.
The first installment of our new series demolishes old ideas about getting bigger and stronger, addressing imbalances, and preventing injuries.
Dr. Lowery comes out swinging against the high priests of high-carb diets and defends the honor of protein-loving meatheads.