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Eating for endurance can be tricky, but it doesn't have to be

Antinutrients are the buzzy new word in nutrition, but they're not quite what their name would imply

Don't ride on empty. Eat something that’s good enough to feed the pros.

Summertime means our favorite foods are in season. Eat up.

Build a better butt to carry you through any activity

The little green legumes are having a moment in the plant-based fitness world

They're in your gels, chews, and drinks, but do you really need them?

For optimal muscle gains, when you eat matters just as much as what you eat

The world of capsules, pills, and powders is fraught with junk science and sketchy brands. Here's how the professionals wade through the confusion.

Your foam roller can do much more than just release tight muscles. Use it to strengthen and tone your whole body.

These grocery store finds make it easier to feed your nonstop adventuring

You've heard about paleo, keto, Whole30, IIFYM, and intermittent fasting. But can they support an active lifestyle?

This performance enhancer can up your game if you use it correctly

The surefire way to make sure you're getting the treatment you need

Don't knock 'em until you've tried 'em

These real foods deliver all the complete proteins you need to build strength and reduce the risk of injury

Build up your back muscles to gain power and prevent annoying aches

We're not talking pills. It's all about picking foods that are naturally packed with supplements.

All the essentials, from $15 to $330, that make exercising more fun

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