Lose the love handles without becoming a weakling. Here’s how.
Some time-honored and battle-tested ideas for packing on the muscle meat, along with some incredibly calorie-dense food and shake recipes.
Is this the "single best lifting movement of all time" as Dan claims? You be the judge.
If you're interested in putting size on your legs, it's time to start loving the often ignored and much-maligned leg press again.
Training raw versus with gear, a strong grip, and the importance of hitting PR's even when your life's in the dumper. You got questions, the Hellraiser has answers.
Zubaz pants, Hotskinz tights, and matching fanny packs. Dave Tate survived bodybuilding in the '80s - and learned a few things along the way, too.
Cressey doesn't miss anything. Stuff he didn't miss in 2010 includes the myth of symmetry, zones of convergence, the complete overuse of barefoot training, and the dangers of zits.
Make better gains starting today. Here’s what you need to know about Active Isolated Stretching.
A short, simple, brilliantly logical program for busting through training plateaus.
Get stronger and improve movement quality at the same time with these five exercises.
Whether you're an athlete or bodybuilder, you should be training your neck. Here's the smart way to do it.
The salmon and beef industry have fooled us, and the miracle food of the week is a joke. Here's why.
For novice lifters, the focus on staying extremely lean ruins their progress. Here’s what those little weak guys need to accept if they want to become big strong guys.
Taking care of your liver will keep you healthy AND burn fat. Here's how.
One simple exercise can help you build more power and athleticism than any other. Oh, and it'll get you ripped too. Here’s how to do it.
This T-Nation warrior says a combo of paleo-ish eating and cutting-edge sports nutrition is the best diet for getting ripped and building muscle. Here's why.
Can you really add a peak to your biceps? Well, you can certainly add some new size if you train the long head. Here’s how.
The strength of your muscles isn't nearly as important as the strength of your mind or the metaphorical size of your balls.
T Nation talks to Olympic weightlifting coach Glenn Pendlay in this insightful interview. Check it out.
Powerful delts are essential for athletes, but the shoulder joint is prone to injury. Increase the health of your shoulders to increase the size of your delts.
How a few simple poses can make you a better lifter.
A chiseled midsection. A strong, functional core. Who says you can't train for both? Here’s how to do it.
In this issue: A fresh look at Proviron, anti-estrogens, Synthol, and avoiding the long arm of the law.
Add this to your workouts and you'll be bigger, leaner, and stronger. No BS, just results. Here are several ways to do it.
One simple adjustment in your lower back position could allow you to start smashing personal records immediately.