Dr. Bryan Walsh, the "go-to" guy for fat loss, says that being fat, having high cortisol, and being insufferably gassy can all be fixed with a few dietary tweaks.
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.
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.
Four top strength coaches reveal the truth about ab training, sprinting, rep ranges, and more.
Five new ways to build muscle, increase strength, improve conditioning, and impress the know-it-alls in your gym.
Chances are, you're either a fat bastard or a skinny slacker. Regardless, here's some advice that might get your mind (and body) right.
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.
Dr. B reveals the ugly truth behind canola oil, along with discussions on the efficacy of rhodiola and whether there are any dietary aphrodisiacs.
An ab routine that not only trains every function of the muscles, but also gets you ripped.
Stagnation is unacceptable. Revive your workouts and watch your muscle mass increase while your body fat decreases.
Coach Mike explains why the exercises an athlete doesn't perform can have the biggest impact on his success in a training program.
Dr. Lowery comes out swinging against the high priests of high-carb diets and defends the honor of protein-loving meatheads.
A veteran strength coach riffs on deadlifts, squats, rollouts, and why he'd rather not have to explain why his athletes get so many strange bruises.
Cressey's 2008 lessons-learned include how to stay lean without really trying, loving the goniometer, how alcohol kills soft tissue quality, and lots more.
It's not how many reps you do, or how heavy the load is that matters. What matters is how long the sets last.
Three exercises, 25 total reps with a 4-6RM. Don’t worry about sets, rest periods, or even reps per round. Do it. Here’s how and why.
For the best pump of your life - and serious size and strength gains over time - you need to incorporate midrange partial reps.
Does diet soda make you fat? Is chia better than flax? Will tuna make your mercury rise? Dr. Bowden has the answers.