It's hard to find any lifter or athlete that doesn't believe that taking growth hormone grows big muscles, but what if they're flat-out wrong?
Science says that females want to see something when you take your clothes off, or rather, the lack of something.
Can you gain muscle from ingesting plant proteins like pea or wheat? A new study weighs in with a surprising answer.
The seafood suppliers, grocery stores, seafood restaurants, and sushi chefs think we're all morons. Here's what they're doing to fool us.
Finally, science figures out the real reason why some guys are hardgainers and others are muscle monsters.
A new study suggests 1 set is as good as 3 or 5 when it comes to building strength. What should we make of this?
Here's what you need to know before you or your old man agree to have the widely used PSA test.
Charles Poliquin, T Nation's first strength coach and a true game changer in this field, has passed away.
Coffee isn't just a vehicle for caffeine. It has other components that work synergistically with caffeine, making it a great pre-workout drink.
Science gives us a new way to figure out how much fat we're carrying. All you need is a tape measure. But is it any better than BMI?
Holding a static stretch for precisely this many seconds before doing a lift increases performance.
Most lifters have already removed soy protein from their diets. Need a few more reasons to keep it out? Here ya go.
Finally, a study that compares split routines with whole-body routines to show which one leads to more muscle.
Soy was once thought to shrink your balls and make it harder for you to put on muscle. Does current research back up those fears?
People automatically assume that eating chicken is healthier than eating beef. Here are the facts.
The big Harvard study suggested all you low-carb people may die before your time. Are they right?
Science determines the role testosterone plays in your purchases, your social status, and how much action you get.
Adopting this simple practice will make you lose body fat, not to mention providing you with better nutrition than you've probably ever had before.
Depending on the dosage, this substance can reduce daytime anxiety or provide hangover-free sleep.
Keeping a bowlful of this so-called processed food on the counter improves heart health, reduces inflammation, and even makes you leaner.
Every once in a while, someone says that fish oil doesn't work and the whole world gets suckered in. Here's where they get it all wrong.
This food actually accounts for longer telomeres and prevents biologic aging and the diseases that come with it.
A spoonful of this makes fat loss easier, in addition to improving your health in a number of surprising ways.
Is it your high testosterone levels that won't let you be dissed without throwing a retaliatory punch, or is it something else? Info here.
New research reveals some disappointing news about ketogenic diets and muscle growth.