Many fish oil supplements are underdosed and made only for women. Not this one.
They increase the amount of a growth-regulating protein almost twice as much as an upper body/lower body split. Here's the science.
Things your average medical doctor either doesn't tell you (or doesn't know) about testosterone replacement therapy.
A new study involving both naturals and druggies sheds some light on this common question. Check it out.
Growth hormone isn't what it's cracked up to be. Besides, it causes a side effect that some bodybuilders probably haven't considered. Info here.
This substance approximates the effects of diet and exercise, even if you don't change your eating habits or go to the gym. Here's the science.
I recently wrote an article titled "Puncture All Bosu Balls," and as my usual caustic self often does, I gave it a snarky subtitle
Yogurt just lends you its beneficial bacteria. This stuff lets you KEEP the bacteria for good.
Scientists figure out how much caffeine to ingest before a workout, when exactly to ingest it, and whether habituation is a problem.
No, you haven't stumbled onto the Planet Poodle site. We just thought dog owners might want to know how to improve the health of their best friend.
It might just be the most potent health supplement ever made. And it's virtually impossible to mimic its benefits with whole foods. Info here.
For decades, people have thought that working their abs makes their waist smaller. Is there even a glimmer of truth to it? Info here.
A study of 50,000 men offers up an incredibly simple and tasty way to give you stronger erections.
The more you drink of this common beverage, the higher you raise your testosterone levels while simultaneously lowering your estrogen levels.
Plant-based milk substitutes are super hot, but which ones, if any, match up to the nutritional hype?
Everything most young coaches tell you about over-40 training is wrong. Here's why and what to do instead.
With all the different protein scoring systems in use, you might need a little help in figuring out which ones are worthy of your wallet and taste buds.
A new study says you should bench with your legs up for maximum muscle fiber recruitment, but are they right?
Scientists wire up a bunch of lifters to see which type of deadlift is best for working the glutes and hamstrings. Here are the results.
New research shows short bouts of high-intensity cardio done throughout the day work just as well as doing them all at once. Info here.
This forgotten food has been rediscovered and science is pretty excited about its many healthful effects.
Everything we know about nutrition, metabolism, and immunity is about to be turned on its head.
Give it a rest, will you? Sugar didn't kidnap the Lindberg baby, it didn't shoot Tupac, and it didn't cause every health problem in America.
Eat a few of these every day and you'll never again have to use your fist to knock on a door.
If you knew these seven things about lifting or bodybuilding beforehand, would you even bother walking into a gym? Take a look.