Ryan Krogh

Ryan Krogh

Ryan Krogh (@ryankrogh) was an associate editor at Outside and edited the magazine's Dispatches and Bodywork sections. He lives in Santa Fe with is dog, Magnolia.

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In March, a Utah man died while attempting to replicate a rope swing made famous by YouTube. Will the tragedy curb the latest adventure trend?

Ryan Krogh
May 13, 2013

The recent death of a Tough Mudder participant is giving obstacle-racing fans pause: Are organizers pushing competitors too far with their trademark challenges?

Ryan Krogh
Apr 23, 2013

How a secretive, stunt-loving energy-drink company pulled off one of the coolest feats in adventure history

Ryan Krogh
Jan 10, 2013

Do athletes have a higher pain tolerance?

Ryan Krogh
Jan 8, 2013

The ProteinPlus's blend of different proteins is more effective then whey protein alone.

Ryan Krogh
Dec 20, 2012

The only thing ski season is harder on than your knees is your face.

Ryan Krogh
Dec 20, 2012

Just cycle more

Ryan Krogh
Dec 20, 2012

Make the most of that noblest of winter weekend sports

Ryan Krogh
Dec 6, 2012

It’s all about fit. Too loose and your head is a yolk inside an eggshell. Too tight and you’ll get migraines from all the pressure points. Most of today’s helmets have features that allow you to maximize fit.

Ryan Krogh
Oct 31, 2012

The first question to ask yourself is: Down or synthetic? Synthetic insulation is water-resistant, dries quickly, and is usually not as marshmallowy as its natural counterpart, which makes for better layering.

Ryan Krogh
Oct 30, 2012

America's Meal Ticket

The U.S. Olympic Training Center serves 1,200 meals to 350 athletes each day. The most popular dish? A nutrient-dense Thai chicken soup.

Ryan Krogh
Jul 9, 2012

Dogs Are the Ultimate Outdoor Companions

All you need to know about going wild with man's best friend, including training tips, canine gear, and wilderness etiquette

Josh Dean, Ryan Krogh, Madison Kahn, and Ali Carr Troxell
Jun 21, 2012