Is your trainer or coach making one of these common mistakes? If you're the fitness professional, are YOU? Check out the list.
Think steroids are illegal because they're dangerous? Not so fast. Here's the real story behind the criminalization of juice that you've never heard.
Team sports kill individuality and fail to build self-worth. Weightlifting, however, can prevent your kid from going over to the dark side. Here's why.
Very few people have the experience to properly coach someone online. Here's how to separate the good ones from the rip-off artists.
Is political correctness weakening the military? Here are the politically incorrect facts about strength, performance, and women in battle.
Fitness pros have bastardized some simple concepts, either in an attempt to show off or because they're ignorant. It ends here.
You want harmony? You want love? You want great sex? Then get your partner to start working out with you.
Athletes take steroids to get strong. Is it because today's strength coaches have neglected to get them strong with proper training?
Let's improve the fields of fitness and strength training. How? By calling out these five types of jackwagons.
Planet Fitness markets itself as a “judgment free” gym for newbies, but what it really does is discourage results.
So you want to compete in bodybuilding, huh? Read this first so you don't embarrass yourself.
No golfers or marathoners on this list of the world's greatest athletes. No, this is ranking of the freakishly powerful.
Steroids, cannibalism, sex cults, big benchin', and rule breakin'. Sounds like business as usual here at T Nation!
Are you tired of seeing all those idiots in the gym doing everything wrong? Are you tired of the laziness, the stupidity, the lack of backbone, and the careless disregard for everything you hold dear? Move over, so's Jeff Ingram.
An opinionated look at the men and women whose passion for the iron made the world safe for hypertrophy
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.
On some levels, it somehow seems a shame to reignite the flame of scandal so soon after the Olympic flame has been extinguished.