Originally Posted by Yael Grauer
Oh yeah, and also I don't think of it as T-Nation changing their opinion or needing one specific opinion like some publications do. I think they like to use a variety of authors, and each have their own unique and distinct opinions which sometimes contradict one another.
I honestly think that's one of the strengths of the website.
The other being fairly consistent hilarity with the Top Secret Training Lab, Anaconda Protocol results etc.
The problem though is that they're a digital version of Men's Health. There have been some real gems from Men's Health through the issues, I'm sure, but there is so much contradiction that things get quite confusing.