THE SHAPE OF YOUR LIFE IS NOT PERFECT. We'd like to think otherwise, but now's the time to admit that no single strategy can work perfectly for every person, every time. Nor should it. To keep this...
In the first installment of Outside's five-part series, learn to build your endurance through heart-rate training.
Heart-rate training is the key to gauging your aerobic intensity and building endurance. Here's how to get started.
In the first installment of Outside's five-part series on the Shape of Your Life, learn how to build your endurance foundation.
The three most common blunders made by first-time triathletes, according to Eugene, Oregon–based coach (and pro) Mackenzie Madison
Get in shape to Ride the Rockies.
The details you need to know about registering for Ride for Rockies
Six days and 446 miles on a bike means you’ll burn around 20,000 calories. But don’t fixate on volume alone to replenish that energy. Focus on quality and timing.
Tour director Chandler Smith offers his tips on how to make the most of the ride
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Nothing will ruin your ride like pain, and the most likely culprit is anywhere your body meets the bike: think feet, hands, and backside. Preempt that discomfort with gear that fits.