Of the 6 million people who visit Grand Canyon, only 1 percent venture below the rim.
What exactly is happening in your mind and body as you force yourself to stay awake, and how might it affect performance?
Your priorities at lunch should be protein for an energy boost and muscle repair, plus fiber to promote digestion and healthy blood sugar levels.
A few foods and a couple training tips will give you the highest likelihood of success come race day.
Twenty years ago, performance nutrition meant water and a banana. Today, it more closely resembles a science experiment.
Just a few key items can transform an average camping trip, allow you to explore new corners of the wilderness, and elevate your performance. This same idea can and should apply in the kitchen.
Less than two months after winning UTMB, D'Haene ran the 210-mile trail in under three days.
Seven adventurers on their favorite legal performance enhancer
Pump up in the convenience of your own home.
Sure, it's old fashioned. But it's also nutritional rocket fuel, and athletes are making it taste great. Here's how.
Outdoor sports have a big barrier to entry. Climbing, mountain biking, and surfing, to name just a few, all require a high degree of skill and comfort with danger. They're also incredibly expensive,...
Josh Jespersen took down Colorado’s 53 14ers in record time
Ground movement is a vitally important and often overlooked aspect of becoming a strong, well-rounded, injury-free mountain athlete.
In a sport plagued by career-ending injuries, somehow Walmsley hasn’t been hurt once during his phenomenal stretch of success.
There's nothing quite like breaking up the workday with a run, but logistics can make it tough to pull off.
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