It's a strategy everyone's talked about for years, but no one was sure exactly how well it worked and whether there were any drawbacks.
Some people think we're promoting steroids. Are they right? Here's the answer.
If you were limited to just one bodyweight exercise, one kettlebell exercise, and one dumbbell movement, what would they be? Try these.
Bud Lite calls out other beer companies for using a fattening and unhealthy ingredient. Are they right?
If you're using TRT, is a subcutaneous or intramuscular injection better? Here's some new info.
The physical price tag for doing the keto diet is awfully high. Are you sure you want to trade your health for a few measly pounds? Read this.
Does having a big sloppy meal kill your diet? Exactly how much fat do you gain when eat more than you should? Answers here.
The CBD you're rubbing on your aching muscles and joints probably isn't doing you any good. A new study reveals the problem.
Will cryotherapy make you recover faster, lose fat, and improve sleep? Or does it slow your muscle gains? Here's what you need to know.
For years, pediatric organizations made weight lifting seem like it was as bad for kids as eating Tide Pods. Here's the real scoop.
Which one of the two, if either, is best for a lifter to eat? The answer seems obvious, but it's not.
Low-fat milk leads to surprisingly high blood levels of this muscle-killing hormone. Here's what a new study shows.
This amino acid metabolite gained a lot of press over the years and it's even been added to old-people meal replacement drinks, but does it work?
Science has finally made a realistic alternative to meat patties, but does this stuff hold up to scrutiny? Here's the real scoop.
Testosterone replacement therapy is awesome but you'll lose your hair, right? Well, it's not that simple. Here are the facts.
Getting tested? Here's what to ask for from the lab.
Some lifters choose to train in the morning while others opt for evening workouts. Who's got the edge in strength and hypertrophy?
What's a good diet for college kids who can't spend a lot? Get the answer here.
For supplements to build muscle, burn fat, or raise testosterone, they need to be concentrated, absorbable, and bioavailable. Here's what to look for.
Testosterone gets blamed when some d-bag flies into a rage, but this study shows it's the low-T men you have to watch out for.
Are replacement-level dosages of T going to mess with your ticker? Here's what you probably don't know.
This inexpensive powder fixes injured tendons and repairs damaged knees far better than glucosamine and chondroitin.
Is TRT problematic or is it actually good for the prostate? The answer may surprise you.
Despite the prevailing myth, you can and should eat more than 30 grams of protein per sitting. But exactly how much? Info here.
Research from the 50's and 60's indicates these drugs are far too valuable to be excluded from the physician's black bag.