Gordy Megroz is an Outside correspondent and a former Outside editor. He lives in Jackson, Wyoming. Follow him on Twitter: @GordyMegroz.
How the invisible hand of climate change will shake up your coat rack
New research suggests that not everyone should be eating the same foods. In fact, some athletes might benefit from these doughnuts.
Natalie Coughlin is focusing on the little things
It's all about experience, eating slow, and going beyond the comfort food
James Lawrence ran 50 Ironman-distance triathlons in 50 States in 50 days, and still managed to parent his five kids. How the hell did he do it?
The greatest aerialists in snow sports are coming to Boston’s baseball cathedral
The latest trend among top-level athletes is getting fans to cover the cost of competing
What would happen if we treated sleep as seriously as our diet?
What goes up fast comes down happy
Dinner is your final chance of the day to recover from training and to prep muscles for tomorrow's adventure. Follow the lead of these eight athletes.
Rob Shaul, who started Mountain Athlete in 2007, shares some of his favorite exercises tailored to skiing, peak bagging, rock climbing, and mountain biking. The best part? None require any gym...
It's just lunch, right? Not so fast.
No one podiums at noon or tags a summit at dusk without a proper first meal. We examine the science behind eight breakfasts of champions.
More cowbell, more Lindsey, Mikaela, and Bode—and one excessively adrenaline-fueled event you can't miss.
With pro-marijuana legislation sweeping the nation, it's time to ask this very serious question.