Aaron Gulley

Aaron Gulley

Author's Bio

Aaron Gulley is a Nigerian-born travel and adventure writer. He has covered the world from Bali to Namibia for Outside and writes a regular column for the magazine about cycling and bike culture.

Plans of Attack

A fitness of just couple of hours a week can yield amazing results.

Working Remotely

A travel-ready, 25-minute exercise routine for athletes on the go.

2. In-Place Lunges

A travel-ready, 25-minute exercise routine for athletes on the go. Step 2: In-place lunges

3. Jumping Lunges

A travel-ready, 25-minute exercise routine for athletes on the go. Step 3: Jumping Lunges

4. Squat Jumps

A travel-ready, 25-minute exercise routine for athletes on the go. Step 4: Squat Jumps

Train Your Brain

The biggest obstacle to reaching your fitness goals? That thing between your ears.

Get Hooked

Starting a fitness goal is easy. These tips will keep you energized through the finish.

Hit Your Peak

Pro-proved mental strategies to help you cultivate a winner's mind-set.

Beat the Burnout

Sick of the grind? Five ways to liven up your workouts and keep your training on track.

Field Notes

Travel Essays from Outside's Best Writers.

The Answer is Flow

Now more than ever, the world could use some bight ideas. Like these.

Litespeed Ghisallo - Road Bikes: Reviews

The Ghisallo is a wake-up call for weight-freak roadies dutifully switching everything (even water-bottle-cage spacers!) to carbon: There's another gravity-defying game in town. Weighing less than a...

Pearl Izumi Charge - Cleats: Review

Meet one of this summer's best road shoes: The mostly mesh upper keeps your dogs cool and dry, even when the rest of you is melting. 11 oz; www.pearlizumi.com

Electra Amsterdam Classic 3 - Road Bikes: Reviews

BIKE TO WORKModeled after classic Dutch commuter bikes, the Amsterdam gives you everything you need for jetting around a city—and strips away everything you don't. Its steel frame can handle the...

Tomac Snyper 140 2 - Mountain Bikes: Reviews

FAST, NIMBLE TRAIL MACHINETomac Bicycles built a cult following in the late 1990s for producing some of the best early dual-suspension bikes, but it quietly folded in 2005. The company has reemerged...

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