Gordy Megroz

Gordy Megroz

Author's Bio

Gordy Megroz is an Outside correspondent and a former Outside editor. He lives in Jackson, Wyoming. Follow him on Twitter: @GordyMegroz.

4 No-Equipment, Body-Blasting Moves

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...

Eight Breakfasts of Champions

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.

The Outside Guide to 2015

Our guide to what you'll be eating, drinking, riding, wearing, and talking about in the year ahead, from sure bets (more fitness tech) to bold predictions (we're all moving to Seattle!)

The Best Après Hot Spots

These five party-loving towns all have great skiing. Best of all, the fun doesn't stop when the mountain closes.

Ski the Best Terrain in North America

Top-tier resorts keep adding more runs. Lesser-known gems somehow remain blissfully uncrowded. And the party off the slopes keeps getting bigger and better no matter where you go. Get ready for your...

The Big Empties

Even during the deepest powder days, these five hidden gems somehow remain blissfully uncrowded. Need we say more?

My Body: Ironman Timothy O'Donnell

Though O'Donnell has been competing in full Ironman triathlons for only three years, he's already one of the best in the country. The endurance pro talks training, nutrition, and lifestyle changes...

Jeremy Powers Heads Uphill

The former road cyclist from Easthampton, Massachusetts is quickly taking over the European-imported sports craze, cyclocross. Here's what keeps him going up, down, over, around...

Advice from Our Fittest Real Athletes

Serious careers? Check. Committed to their families? Check. Able to beat the pros at their own game? You know it. Five hard-charging desk jocks who manage to do it all share the secrets of their...

Graphene: The Material of the Future

From ultrathin condoms to high-tech women's skis, the world's strongest and lightest material has almost limitless possibilities. But the real breakthroughs so far have come in the world of sports.

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