For heart health, you have to do lots of cardio, right? Not really. Here's the surprising new science.
A side effect of what you're doing in the gym may make you live longer than those wraith-like calorie-restriction guys.
The drawbacks of too much butter, bacon, and cheese.
To be in it for the long haul, you need to come up with something deeper than just getting bigger or stronger. Here's what to do.
Believe it or not, a couple workouts a week at a regular gym would make good CrossFit athletes even better. Here's why.
Many experts recommend eating a pound or two of veggies per day to stay full. Here's why that doesn't always work.
Some people like to say that protein supplements are inferior to whole-food protein sources. But what does science say? Check this out.
Your sleeping habits affect your eating habits. Check out this new research.
Which one of the two, if either, is best for a lifter to eat? The answer seems obvious, but it's not.
If you're using TRT, is a subcutaneous or intramuscular injection better? Here's some new info.
Only 1 out of a 100 people really knows what happens to fat when you diet. Sad!
Here's a handy set of guidelines to help lifters find the balance between too dang skinny and too dang fat.
These foods have the potential to build more muscle, burn more fat, and maybe cure a lot of things that ail you.
This quick guide will set you up for long-term success. Check it out.
No motivation? Progress stalled in the gym? Here's how changing everything about your training can get you back on track.
Science shows there's a definite advantage to one, but it all depends on how long you've been training.
Successful lifters find comfort in discipline. Here's what you can learn from them.
Even dedicated bodybuilders get burned out. Here are two ways to keep training and reignite your passion.
Why do many non-celiacs feel better when they drop gluten? Because gluten may not be the real problem with bread and pasta. Info here.
It doesn’t matter if you want to lose fat or build muscle. There’s something else you need to do first.
We asked our readers what they thought about competitive bodybuilding. The answers were surprising.
Maximal Recoverable Volume. Not familiar with it? Here's why it's important and how it can help you plan your next month of training.
Science is getting pretty excited about this stuff for blood sugar management, gut health and fat loss. Here's what you need to know.
Are you overtraining? That depends a lot on one important factor. Check it out.
Should you do compound or isolation exercises first? The answer is obvious. Or is it? Check this out.