Fit to the Core

LISTEN UP: There's way more to achieving peak fitness than strength and cardio training. Here's how to unite body, mind, and soul to transform yourself into a Whole Athlete

Jan 1, 2004
Outside Magazine

The whole athlete: ultramarathoner Dean Karnazes practices long-term health at Dunton Hot Springs, Colorado

You think sweat and pain are going to make this your best year ever? Guess what, pal—it's bigger than that. Much bigger. You need to recalibrate your tunnel-vision concept of health and fitness. You need a better way.

Breath In. Breath Out.
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