Trainers and diet experts are often years ahead of scientific research. Here, six experts share their unproven (but probably correct) theories.
Is political correctness weakening the military? Here are the politically incorrect facts about strength, performance, and women in battle.
An open letter to all those crappy personal trainers who make the rest of the fitness industry look bad.
Here's how to respond the next time some butthead says that he could look like you, too, if he had the time to work out all day.
In an effort to be trans-inclusive, sports federations are forcing women off of the winner's podium. Their rules are anti-female. Here's why.
The modern lifter is being a pantywaist... and he doesn't even realize it. He needs a kick in the butt. Here it is.
Your training style and diet do not define you. Here's how to disinvest, ditch your cultish tribe, and keep improving.
Even dedicated bodybuilders get burned out. Here are two ways to keep training and reignite your passion.
We asked our readers what they thought about competitive bodybuilding. The answers were surprising.
Science says that females want to see something when you take your clothes off, or rather, the lack of something.
Make your shoulders, upper back, and more feel great with this drill and its advanced variation.
There are more bikini competitors at bodybuilding shows than there are bodybuilders. Is that a good or a bad thing?
Here's a list of the worst practices of bad personal trainers, according to T Nation readers.
There are some great trainers and coaches out there, but they're not on this list.
This mental exercise is harder than you think. Try it for a week and become a tougher, happier person.
You see it everywhere on social media these days. Here's the real problem.
Standing on an elevated surface has its place, but most people misuse this training method. Here's what they're getting wrong.
It's a vague goal that's probably not working for you anymore. Instead, get serious and follow these 3 steps.
Really, it's embarrassing. But there is a less creepy way of striking up a conversation.
Insecure males scream about drugs anytime they see someone stronger, more muscular, or more dedicated than they are. Pathetic.
Your need to inspire others is lame, ego-driven, and delusional. Here's why, snowflake.
Have you ever used? Would you if bodybuilding drugs were legal? Check out what other fans said here.
Here are 4 things you need to know first.
Let's take a closer look at training science, bro-science, and the gurus who claim to know it all.
Ready to get nearly naked and step onto the competitive stage? Probably not. Here's why.