Endurance

Why George Hincapie Has Hope for Cycling

In his new memoir, George Hincapie delves into his past, examining his relationship with Lance Armstrong and his own choice to take performance-enhancing drugs. In an extended interview, he explains...

Lance Armstrong's Most Trusted Teammate

In an exclusive excerpt from his forthcoming book, The Loyal Lieutenant, George Hincapie must choose between testifying before USADA about Lance Armstrong or retiring from the sport.

From Drug Addict to Ironman

Shane Niemeyer started exercising in prison after hitting rock-bottom. We talked to him about his path to become a regular Ironman competitor who's now gunning for a spot at the World Championships...

Endurance Training at 40 and Up

“The heart is a muscle. If you train it, it becomes bigger and stronger, so the pump can be more efficient.”

How to Race (and Live) Like a Spartan

“Am I intense? Yes, I’ll be the first to admit it.” So writes Joe De Sena about a third of the way into his new book, Spartan Up!, out May 13 from Houghton Mifflin Harcourt.

Apolo Ohno’s Top 3 Tips for Endurance Newbies

Apolo Ohno rose to athletic fame in short track speed skating. Over the course of three winter Olympics, he won eight medals in events that topped out at just over two-minutes long. So when the Built...

Lifting Heavy for Endurance Gains

Contrary to popular practice, pumping iron during resistance workouts helps runners pump their legs during races. A study in the Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research found that maximal and...

Riding Away from a Broken Marriage

After 18 years, Andrew Tilin’s marriage ended with a crash, leaving him in a crippling state of sorrow, anger, and loneliness. He decided to get serious about riding again, hoping that the pain and...