Food Facts

/ Posted 12.19.2014

Cottage cheese is an excellent high-protein alternative to eggs at breakfast. According to the April ’14 Bottom Line Health, a … continue reading

Fiber Fact and Fiction

/ Posted 12.18.2014

I hesitated to write this article—I really did. I almost bailed again when I couldn’t think of a snazzy title. … continue reading

Matters Large and Small

/ Posted 12.17.2014

Diversity comes in all shapes and sizes in the body sports, and this year we celebrate yet another first. Amanda … continue reading

Stronger Wrists and Forearms

/ Posted 12.17.2014

Having strong wrists and forearms is extremely valuable in many sports. Wrestling heads the list, of course, but also baseball, … continue reading

January 2015 Table of Contents

/ Posted 12.16.2014

[CLICK HERE to download a PDF of this Issue Instantly. Learn More] This month we chat with physique star Matt … continue reading


Destroy Plateaus With Isometronics

/ Posted 12.16.2014

In the past few columns I’ve been sharing with you some of the best but little-known advanced techniques that can … continue reading

Serious Size and Strength Supplements

/ Posted 12.16.2014

CLEAR MUSCLE Clear MuscleTM is a new, revolutionary muscle-building formula powered by BetaTORTM that dramatically amplifies protein synthesis while fighting … continue reading

Another Rewarding Olympia Weekend

/ Posted 12.15.2014

[IM Insiders can download a PDF of this Issue Instantly. Learn More] Joe Weider as something that would give Larry … continue reading

Postworkout Protein and Optimal Timing

/ Posted 12.15.2014

Much has been made in recent years of the importance of nutrient timing, a.k.a. making sure that you get adequate … continue reading

Build Size and Power With Deadlifts

/ Posted 12.14.2014

Q: You are known as a pretty good deadlifter. Are there any points on technique you can give that will … continue reading

What muscles does the deadlift train?

/ Posted 12.13.2014

Q: What muscles does the deadlift train? A: There are four main forms of the deadlift. Done properly, they are among the … continue reading

Asian-Italian Chicken Veggie Salad

/ Posted 12.13.2014

People often fear that eating clean and lean will be a flavorless and unexciting endeavor. Not so. When I started … continue reading

Massive Muscle Gains Without Joint Pain

Q: I am loving the 4X Mass program. When I am done with it, should I, at my young age … continue reading

Multiple Exercise Sessions and Growth Hormone

/ Posted 12.11.2014

While you still see many articles about how to boost anabolic hormones, such as testosterone and growth hormone, during exercise, … continue reading

The Peaking Axis Pt 2

/ Posted 12.11.2014

In Part 1 of this discussion I explained the carb-water dynamic. You may want to review that and the illustrations … continue reading

Burning Fat and Keeping Muscle

/ Posted 12.10.2014

Q: Right now my main goal is to burn bodyfat while keeping as much of the muscle I built over … continue reading

Paleo, Primal and Traditional Diets Pt 4

/ Posted 12.10.2014

Here we are—Part 4 of this three-part series (yes I did say that). I just have too much information to … continue reading

Think Zinc

/ Posted 12.10.2014

Zinc has played a big role in easing the symptoms of a cold, but there’s so much more to this … continue reading

The Art of the Comeback

/ Posted 12.09.2014

I hate confessions, but it’s only fair that I admit, right up front, that this article did not turn out … continue reading

Switch-Leg Split Squats

/ Posted 12.08.2014

If you want to hit the quads, glutes and hamstrings thoroughly, try this variation of the split squat that has … continue reading

Ryan Stafford: Bony to Brawny

/ Posted 12.07.2014

This month’s impressive body transformer is Ryan Stafford. His before and after photos were taken about three years apart. During … continue reading

Slow Negatives for Power?

/ Posted 12.07.2014

Q: I recently purchased your P/RR/S e-book and DVD and was curious as to why you recommend four-second negative reps … continue reading

Training with Bad Shoulders

/ Posted 12.06.2014

Many readers have never had shoulder problems—like rotator cuff tears, arthritis or loss of cartilage, which is the cushioning between … continue reading

Is kettlebell training just a fad?

/ Posted 12.05.2014

Weight training is subject to fads as much as any other field. All you have to do to know that … continue reading

Hidden Enemy: Your Healthy Diet

/ Posted 12.04.2014

I have always tried to ignore scary health statistics—until I became one. Then it was impossible to ignore them. In … continue reading

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