Matt Hart (@TheMattHart) is a freelance journalist for Outside, an editor-at-large for Trail Runner and a sometime contributor to Mountain magazine. He's been a semi-professional ultrarunner for the past decade with Montrail and Mountain Hardwear, and lives, trains, and writes from Boulder, Colorado.
Heart-rate apps bring Olympic-caliber recovery to everyone.
James Lawrence completed 50 Ironman distance events in 50 states in 50 consecutive days to bring attention to childhood obesity.
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Corporations sponsor the Charity Miles app, which automatically donates money as you exercise.
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Outside catches up with the author of "Beyond Training: Mastering Endurance, Health, and Life" to find out if it's possible to train at a high level while having a family, job, and life outside the...
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You love to run. You hate to get hurt. Even if injuries are inevitable, there’s plenty you can do about it. Here’s your guide to fixing the most frequent problems.