An uncensored interview with a martial arts champion turned performance coach.
What our genes teach us about diet and training, according to Dr. Art De Vany.
Congratulations. You've succeeded where most people have failed. You've bucked the obesity trend and have lost a small mountain of fat. You feel better, you look better, and your health has greatly improved. Good for you.
You're not supposed to be here. In this motel room, in this bathroom, backstage at this show. You aren't supposed to be seeing this. This private moment, this intimate setting, this unguarded emotion.
You've seen his name on a lot of recent T-Nation articles, and you've seen him pass out some outstanding training advice on the forum. And you've probably thought, "Man, that guy is smart, but who is he anyway?"
Ten years ago, most people who trained with weights had never heard of a "strength coach." Oh sure, there were sports coaches who worked with athletes on performance. And there were famous bodybuilders who theorized on hypertrophy methods in the magazines.
An interview with gastrointestinal expert, Leslie Bonci, MPH, RD, LDN
A roundtable discussion featuring Lou Schuler, TC, Chris Street and Jim Vigue
An interview with Dr. Jack Singer, Sports Psychologist
A Roundtable Discussion featuring Lonnie Lowery, PhD, John Davies and Mike Robertson
Sometimes it's really interesting to dig into the microscopic details of training and nutrition, to dissect the body of academia and examine every little study. That's how we learn things. That's how we refine the science that later helps us get bigger and stronger and leaner.
Big arms, wide shoulders, strong abs, amazing athleticism. What can we learn from gymnasts about training? Find out here.
Classic muscle and bodybuilding lessons from Dr. Ellington Darden. Get 'em here.
An Interview with the Warrior Nerd, Lonnie Lowery, PhD
The Psychology of Body Transformation and Peak Performance.
Last week in Part I the coaches talked about stretching myths and how flexibility affects muscle size and strength. This week they'll delve even deeper into the subject, so warm up your brain, do some dynamic stretches for the frontal lobe, and dig in
Try a few of these little-used, but extremely effective exercises and break out of your training rut.
Stretching is a lot like flossing. We know we should do it, we know it's beneficial, but a lot of us don't do it very often or very well.
A new exercise is mentally stimulating. It turns your brain on, excites the nervous system and breaks you out of the training blahs. Try these out.
We know they're out there. We even know who some of them are. But most of these underground trainers and coaches work on the fringe, carefully out of the public eye. We call them shadow gurus, experts in training, nutrition and the use of performance enhancing drugs.
Break out of your training rut and adopt some challenging new exercises. Here are 8 to test out.
Here are eight exercises you've probably never tried. Shake up your next workout.
Before it was a “health” food, soy protein was mainly used as cheap dog food filler. Here’s why you shouldn’t even feed it to your pooch.
Joe DeFranco is a busy man. Right now he's training sixty high school athletes, thirty college athletes, and ten professionals. NFL agents keep his phone ringing all day long
An Exclusive Interview with Chris Street