Adam Roy is associate online editor at Outside.
Unpacking the buzz around the latest performance food
When the American cyclist quit the Tour, he did exactly what an athlete should do
Every outdoor sport has its own language—just watch this interview (Get pitted!) and you’ll know what we’re talking about. For newbies, learning to speak surfing, skydiving, skiing, or any number of...
Eating like a caveman is tough. Without going into the Paleo Diet’s debatable historical accuracy, the movement’s emphasis on whole foods, meat-heavy meals, and rejection of grains can make dining...
Eating like a caveman is all the rage. But the Paleo diet isn’t always super straightforward. How much do you know about what’s really Paleo and what’s not? Take our quiz to find out.
Instead of punishing Kind for calling its bars "healthy," the FDA should be looking inward at the heart of the issue: labeling that confuses rather than informs consumers.
Get the basics of bouldering right and the rest comes easy.
Most paleo dieters relish red meat, but give Ellen Jaffe Jones a big head of broccoli any day.
“Steamed fish and broccoli for breakfast doesn’t exactly do it for most people,” says Stephanie Gaudreau, author of The Performance Paleo Cookbook.
Lee Sheftel's climbing career began in 1980 during a hike up one of the Flatirons in Boulder, Colorado. That's when he decided to scramble up some rocks on the side of the trail and found himself in...
Athletes of the future may have their gashes closed up with a slug-based adhesive rather than stitches, a New York biologist says.
A group of petroglyphs discovered at Nevada's dried-up Winnemucca Lake is the oldest known rock art in North America, according to new research.
Far from driving off customers, bike lanes could boost businesses' sales, according to a study by a student at the University of Washington.
There was no Caribbean honeymoon in the cards for Olympic champion decathlete Ashton Eaton and his new bride, Canadian track athlete Brianne Theisen Eaton. Instead, the newly-married couple headed...
We already had glowing dogs, pigs, mice, and cats. Now, genetic engineering's latest coup is a litter of glowing bunnies.