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Airbnb is one of the most authentic ways to travel, but sometimes it can get a little too real

Even if you run every morning and stand instead of sit at your desk all day, you may be dying inside

As sensor technology improves and becomes more practical, so does the ability of coaches and athletes to collect—and react to—more nuanced data.

You should be packing like a technomad.

Ditch the double-decker and tour while you run

Sweating's divorced from everything chic...right?

A "#fitness" selfie now qualifies as a training tool. Go ahead and be vain. (You probably think this story's about you, don't you?)

Street harassment will ruin a perfectly good jog, and most female runners have experienced this before. So what are we going to do about it?

New research suggests that some of the physiological benefits of working out outside can be mimicked by adaptions to an indoor routine.