Keep your fitness regimen in-house
One of the craziest speed records in ultrarunning takes athletes from the top of the canyon, down to the bottom, and then all the way back up again—twice.
In short, nothing good—and just one bad night can trigger a cascade of scary side effects
Steer clear of takeout, snack foods, and grab-and-go sandwiches
Plus, the training you can do to cure it for good
The sports-nutrition market is confusing, so we created a helpful guide to show you exactly what and when to eat
As an athlete, you're only as good as your diet. Equip your kitchen with tools that make healthy cooking easy and you can elevate your performance, no additional miles required.
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.
Running is as low maintenance as it gets—strap on some shoes and go. But there are a few pieces of inexpensive gear that will make your run more enjoyable and help you go farther and faster.
Josh Jespersen took down Colorado’s 14ers in record time—on a splitboard
Mastering ground movement—crawling, rolling, and standing—is a vitally important, often overlooked aspect of becoming a 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
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