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By the end of the day, I often feel too tired to exercise. Is it better to skip my workout or trim it down? The Editors Santa Fe, NM
Serving as his own lab rat, an amateur bike racer spent a year taking supplemental testosteronerumored to be a peloton favoriteto find out if it could transform an average Joe. His conclusion? No doubt about it.
They don't have sponsors, and they're not getting paid to train. But these day-job-holding athletes compete like elites. Follow their lead and you can, too.
An exclusive look inside the cutting-edge Army lab that's pinching, prodding, dunking, bruising, and building the soldiers of tomorrowand revolutionizing adventure fitness along the way.
Think you don't have time for a fitness routine? If you can block out a couple of hours during the week and some longer periods on weekends, the results will amaze you.
The three secrets of hyper-efficient fitness
Getting fit doesn't have to mean more time training. Just more sweat.
I've run three marathons in roughly four hours. What can I do to help lower my finish time? The Editors Santa Fe, NM
I'm planning to walk from Sandy, Oregon to Seattle, Washington. How should I train? The Editors Santa Fe, NM
Barefoot-inspired shoes are flying off the shelves, and they're poised to transform the way we run. Here's how to make the most of running with less.
In 2007, molecular biologist Ron Evans flipped a genetic switch on test mice and turned them into super-athletes. Headlines ensued, as did nervous references to human applications and "exercise in a pill." Evans is still toiling away in the lab, and guess what? The day is coming.