03/06/2014 | fitness

High-Protein Diets and Cancer?

This story has captured the attention of everyone recently, so we asked the guys at (they wrote the Protein Bible on this site) what they thought. Read more

11/20/2013 | fitness

4 New Nutrition Myths

The fitness and nutrition industry is rife with misinformation. Understandably, this is confusing to many setting out with the goal of improving their body composition. Read more

11/18/2013 | fitness

Mass Acceleration - A beginners guide to adding size

It's damn near inevitable; every time I leave the house a stranger will approach me and make a comment about my size. Things weren't always like this though. Like many kids from my generation, I spent an exorbitant amount of time in front of a TV screen. Read more

07/26/2013 | fitness

The Protein Bible: Part 1 - Introduction

If you’re not paying attention to protein, you’re doing it wrong. Ask a room full of people trying to look good if they follow a low-protein diet, and no one will raise their hand. Protein is important. Read more

07/15/2013 | fitness

The Truth About Fattening Foods: They Don’t Exist!

It doesn’t matter what you eat regardless of whether it’s high in protein, carbohydrates, or fat; high glycemic, extremely processed, or conventionally labeled as an “unclean” food. Don’t believe me? The evidence is clear: No foods are inherently fattening! Read more

03/06/2013 | fitness

Creatine: How Much Should You Be Taking?

Creatine is the most scientifically significant supplement of the past thirty years. It’s obviously known for making athletes bigger and stronger, but that’s not all it has to offer. Read more

11/21/2012 | fitness

Holidays and Fitness

Are the holidays your body’s enemy? It’s a question I’ve been asked for years—over and over again—by thousands of men and women pursuing every fitness goal imaginable. Read more

11/05/2012 | fitness

Exercise & Carbs: A Game-Changer

It is clear that managing our carbohydrate intake goes a long way to help manage our fat accumulation. But there’s one time of day when our relationship to carbohydrates completely changes. Read more

09/26/2012 | fitness

Why Do We Get Fat?

Most people will say we get fat because we eat too much and exercise too little. Enter, the 100 calorie snack pack. Read more

09/07/2012 | fitness

Carb Back-Loading: Training Without Carbs

Stripping carbs from your diet appears to make the central nervous system function with greater efficiency—as motor signals increase in amplitude. This allows for an increase in single-rep power production and fine-motor control. In other words, your ability to coordinate movement is augmented by the absence of carbs. Read more

08/21/2012 | fitness

Carb Back-Loading Step 1: Breakfast

They say breakfast is the most important meal of the day. It will make you a healthy, happy, ripped, jacked, lean, energetic sex and training machine. But I tell them to stop eating breakfast and you shouldn’t be eating it, either. Read more

08/01/2012 | fitness

Carb Back-Loading: What’s Old Is New

When you first wake up every morning, your body is primed to burn fat. The worst thing you could do at this time is to have a classic American breakfast, including foods like juice, toast, or cereal. Read more