We discovered the fastest way to build high-performance muscle 47 years ago. And then we lost it. Luckily, that buried treasure has been found.
A study of female lifters compared the glute-growing abilities of hip thrusts to a common exercise. Here’s what they found.
Got one dumbbell or kettlebell? Here are four, full-body workouts from four great coaches.
Use this quick drill to loosen up your shoulders and increase blood flow before a tough workout.
T Nation goes to prison to find out how those convicts get their workouts in. Check out this investigative report.
Here are 10 strategies to help you do what was once thought to be impossible: growing muscle without growing your belly.
Sliding leg curls look easy… until you try them. For brutally fast hypertrophy gains, they’re hard to beat.
Nail your quads and hammies with this little-known squat variation. Here are two ways to do it.
Jim Wendler’s 5/3/1/ program promises slow and steady gains that will eventually turn you into the strongest guy in the gym. And it delivers, every time.
It’s not a new exercise, but a better way to do pulldowns that will turn on muscle growth fast. Check it out.
Romanian deadlifts and stiff-legged deadlifts. There is a difference. Which one is right for you? Check out this info.
Six days each week, do 100 push-ups and 50 pull-ups. Sounds simple and maybe a little crazy, but it works. Get the full plan here.
What’s the best way to build strong glutes that also make every jaw in the gym drop? We ask the experts.
Got some dumbbells? Then you’ll never miss a workout. Do this full-body plan every other day.
Research shows this training method builds muscle and strength much, much faster. Check out the science.
You don’t need a fancy machine to build a big back. These simple variations will maximize size and strength.
Bodybuilding is full of programs used by “enhanced” lifters, but most people don’t take drugs and can’t get good results. This effective program is for them.
A young athlete gained 14 pounds in 14 days using a new training technique. Here’s exactly how he did it.
You can choose the best exercises, but if these four variables are screwed up you’ll be leaving gains on the table. Here’s everything you need to know.
Most people train the big lifts once or twice per week. But the strongest people in the world use a much higher frequency. Here’s what you can learn from them.
So you can squat 405 pounds and bench 315. Is that good? Does that make you strong? How do you compare to others? Find out if your lifts are decent, good, or great through Tim Henriques’ handy little comparison chart.
Eating for gains isn’t as hard as you think. Add a few of these to your shopping cart.
I’m thinking about great, big triceps. Triceps so thick that you’d have to rest them on a desk or chair to keep them from tiring your shoulders and elbows. What did these old-school guys do to get them?
You’ve heard the same advice for years, you’ve tried it, but you still slouch. Here’s what’ll finally help.
Want to design your own kick-ass training programs? All you need is the perfect template based on 20 years of trial and error.