By now, it’s become a given: your multivitamin is useless and the right amount of stress, even in our recovery obsessed world, is good.
Athletes keep breaking records, but improved fitness is only part of the equation. So before we start congratulating ourselves, let’s take a look at the tech that’s made us faster.
Despite being treated like Bigfoot believers by their opponents, pesticide ascetics are inching their way toward credibility. Introduced by Monsanto in the early 1970s under the trade name Roundup...
Meb Keflezighi sporting a pair of Skechers at this year’s Boston Marathon was like Nicole Kidman showing up at the 1997 Oscars in her John Galliano dress—only better.
You're pathetic. Really. According to the latest research, human fitness has decreased so dramatically in recent years that even the strongest of us would consider ancient men to be, well, monsters.
Some people make the grade in Boston—literally; others don’t. The Boston Marathon's hill placement gives downhillers an advantage.
For years, athletes, particularly those of you known to scientists as EEs (Extreme or Endurance Exercisers)—marathoners, ultramarathoners, triathletes—have tended to eat whatever you damn well...
Despite what you hear in the media, the science of healthy eating is well-established. Instead of following the fads, rely on the fundamentals: stay away from processed foods and eat lots of...
Your shoes aren't causing your injuries.
Has the Uberman sleep diet returned to give you unbridled energy off of only a few hours of sleep?
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