Michael Easter is a professor at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas who writes about the most important people, places, ideas, and things impacting human health and performance. Find him at eastermichael.com and @Michael_Easter.
Eat these nine foods for performance gains, a sharper competitive edge, and improved general health.
Sure, eating less is the main driver of weight loss, but nailing the right amount of shut-eye each night helps too.
We found that nearly every athlete we spoke to eats some twist on the same basic formula of oats, eggs, and coffee.
It isn't magic, but it is a smart nutrition option for outdoor athletes.
Crock-Pots have earned a reputation as the lazy cook’s best friend, but that's not all they're good for.
*With some important caveats
A case for changing the way you think about calories
You don't need to scour the shelves for "healthy" foods. Sometimes the processed stuff is best.
Fancy workout studios and alternative fitness methods are having a moment. We determined which ones will truly bring you closer to your goals as an outdoor athlete.
Simplify your mobility routine
It's simple. Your bro-science-free, uncomplicated guide to using protein powder the right way.
The fittest athlete you’ve never heard of is an ultimate Frisbee player. Here’s what a day in his life looks like.
Plain old spuds are the original superfood, and we should all be eating more of them.
These exercises are perfect for the outdoor athlete looking to get stronger and faster while staying injury-free.
Among other things: potatoes are wonderful, junk food is OK, and everything you know about serving sizes is wrong.
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