High protein, super clean, no added sugar, and holy-crap delicious. Get the easy recipe here.
How heavy? Here's the science.
We know what performance-enhancing drugs can do for your muscles, but what about your mind? A new study has some answers.
Most people don't get enough of it. And now we know this can lead to muscle strains and hernias.
Women have whispered about it for years and now science has confirmed its existence. This is fascinating.
Your need to inspire others is lame, ego-driven, and delusional. Here's why, snowflake.
Fuel up and take on the day. Make a batch of these apple spice cookies. Get the easy recipe here.
Here's how those so-called healthy breakfast cereals are making you chubby and weak.
Some people like to say that protein supplements are inferior to whole-food protein sources. But what does science say? Check this out.
Stop believing the fitness fairytales and prepare for physical and mental torture. Here's why.
Your sleeping habits affect your eating habits. Check out this new research.
Do popular fasting diets set you up for future gains in abdominal fat? Science is giving us clues. Check this out.
Here's why certain words and phrases might just lead to bigger muscles and heavier PRs.
Is your smartphone making your workout dumb? Or does it make your workout better? Science has some answers.
Female competitors combine strict dieting with intense training to get ready for a show. Now science has looked at the consequences.
Eat more protein. Here's an easy, no sugar added, ridiculously tasty way to do it.
A single stressful event can wreck your gut health and your sleep... for weeks. Eat these foods and stress can't touch you.
This protein packed cake is fast, easy, and it won't make you fat. Get the recipe here.
Not only does this make you eat 385 extra calories a day, it also saps your natural testosterone. Check out the science.
To fight that fat gut, what's better? More weight training or more cardio? Let's see what science says.
A specific type of berry may help you to halt the creation of fat cells and get rid of the fat you already have. Here's the science.
Adjust your diet like this and you'll lose more abdominal fat and build more muscle, even if you keep calories the same.
Can you lose fat and build muscle at the same time? Yes, science says. And the key is protein. Check this out.
It started out as a fine idea, at least for very overweight people, then things got weird.
Follow these simple steps and make a muscle-building meal that tastes so good you'll forget it's good for you.