Devon Jackson

Devon Jackson

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How Far Fitness Has Fallen

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.

Devon Jackson
Apr 26, 2014

What We Don't Know about Exercise

More is always better, right? Well, maybe not. Ultradistance runners have been warned that their mileage isn’t exactly healthy. But they aren’t the only ones who should be thinking about the long-term ramifications of their training.

Devon Jackson
Apr 15, 2014

The One Diet That Works

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 vegetables.

Devon Jackson
Apr 6, 2014

You Don't Know How to Sleep

The idea is that one can perform just as well—mentally and physically—on three hours of sleep apportioned in six equal-sized naps taken throughout the day. And it's hogwash.

Devon Jackson
Mar 21, 2014

A 2,360-Mile Swim

Cameron Walker, Michael Behar, Devon Jackson, Brad Wieners, Evan Ratliff, Rob Buchanan, and John Galvin
Jun 1, 2004