science

One study does should not lead to a complete change in behaviour. Take a step back and try to see the whole puzzle.
A scientific approach is invaluable in understanding how to reach your goals and take control of your own training.
Learn the best way to curate information and be your own scientific researcher.
Mark McClusky's book, "Faster, Higher, Stronger," is full of good science and great stories.
From the history of epigenetics, to the science, to the political repercussions - it's all right here.
We're bombarded by information. So how do you sort out the good studies from the ones that don't really tell us anything?
Every little bite of food can alter gene expression and affect health. How can we make this work for us?
Did you know the food pyramid was not originally meant to prescribe eating high amounts of grains?
A new study offers new insight into the repeated bout effect and how it relates to the bench press.
A recent research review sought to eliminate any confounding variables that create bias in supplement studies.
Wondering if what you're doing is worth your time, effort, and money? Use this chart to assess the value of any exercise you may encounter.
These articles are funny and clever, researched and knowledged. Of the many articles we published last year, here are ten of my favorites that I believe you need to experience and learn from.