The lawyers, the media, and supposedly science are saying that testosterone might kill you. Could they be right?
Does your favorite NSAIDs impair muscle development? And do the benefits outweigh the risks? Here’s the science.
In this issue: A fresh look at Proviron, anti-estrogens, Synthol, and avoiding the long arm of the law.
T Nation addresses off-season drug cycles and a one-shot-a-month cruise.
A professional prep coach returns to answer your questions about MMA and drugs, Trenbolone home brews, estrogen blockers, and more.
The Drug Dragon talks about the scariest things he's ever seen in contest prep, in addition to the "carb wars", Low-dose Test, and lots of other eye-popping stuff.
A top bodybuilding prep-coach answers your questions on the dark side of bodybuilding.
The mainstream media would have you believe that hGH is the holy grail of ergogenics, but is it?
Here are the symptoms of low testosterone and everything you need to know to fix it.
Behind every champion is a trusted coach who's savvy about drug use. T Nation talks shop with a physique competitor's secret weapon.
In the booming fitness culture of Dubai, steroids are cool, pot is not, and good supplements are hard to find.
One of T-Nation's forum steroid gurus talks cycles, tapering, staying healthy, and why the Golden Age of bodybuilding deserves a little more tarnish.
Director Chris Bell talks about Bigger Stronger Faster, the documentary that dares to ask why we condemn steroids while celebrating the accomplishments of those who use them.
An honest, eye-opening interview with a guy who’s been on the stuff for 30 straight years. Check it out.
Ten things you don’t know about our favorite hormone.
What Your Doctor, Your Friends, Your Mamma, and Maybe Even You Don't Know About Steroids
We interview several doctors who use steroids recreationally. Surprised? You really shouldn’t be. Check out the eye-opening interview.
T Nation talks to three law enforcement officers who use steroids in this classic article.
The World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) is flushed with victory after catching their first group of athletes for blood doping offenses 31 years after they invented the practice of testing.
Everything you ever wanted to know but was afraid to ask.
On some levels, it somehow seems a shame to reignite the flame of scandal so soon after the Olympic flame has been extinguished.