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Skip the Coffee, Do More Pushups
I've always heard that exercise is good for the brain, but does it actually have a real-world impact?
The Cyborgs Among Us
We don't know if the biohacking craze is full of snake-oil salesmen or prophets. Probably a little of both.
The Hidden Costs of Online Race Registration
If you've registered online for a race in the past decade, you've probably used Active Network—and you may have been stuck with a hidden fee
How the New York Times Got Fitness Wrong
We're siding with the functional fitness junkies on this one. CrossFit and ultrarunning are far from disturbing, ridiculously extreme—or worth writing off.
The Running Lawsuit You Need to Follow
The company that brings us Rock 'n' Roll Marathons—and the media—largely waved off one race volunteer's complaint about unpaid labor. But there's reason to pay attention.