Researchers are showing everyday athletes how to train their brains to perform like the pros
There's scant evidence for the effectiveness of most supplements. But here are a few to consider—and a few to shy away from.
Your daily multivitamin may be doing more harm than good
Fitness tech to measure your effort, keep you motivated, and let you know when to go hard and when to back off.
New technology has made it easier than ever to keep real-time tabs on an endless array of fitness metrics. Don't drown in the data stream.
Fact: Exercising in polluted air can increase your risk of asthma, stroke, and heart failure. But is it better than the alternative—avoiding a workout altogether?
If the EPA’s Air Quality Index measures more than 150—or 100 if you have asthma or other sensitivities—adjust your workout by doing the following.
How do you pick an adventure in a country as big and boundless as Canada? We asked our favorite nomads to reveal the greatest hidden paddling, biking, and hiking spots, from Nova Scotia to the...
A cardio and resistance trainer inspired by surfing motions
In our obsession with minimizing exercise damage, we may have lost sight of the reason we exercise in the first place: to force our bodies to adapt and get stronger
Speed up exercise recovery with regular sleep, postworkout nutrition, and soaking in an ice tub.
You have to see the Great Barrier Reef. So does every other tourist in Australia. Luckily, there’s a better way.
This 288-square-mile park, 163 miles north of Sydney, is one of the protected enclaves that make up the World Heritage–listed Gondwana Rainforest, a living fossil of ferns, conifers, and primitive...
The Ningaloo Reef, 700 miles north of Perth on Australia’s west coast, sees significantly fewer visitors per year than the Great Barrier Reef. Plus you can pull on your fins at the beach and swim out...