There's no silver bullet, but these useful practices will help you keep training
'Standing Man' chronicles cyclist Payson McElveen's attempt to set a new fastest known time on a loop of White Rim in Utah's Canyonlands.
All-out sprint speed may seem irrelevant in longer events, but new science is making the case for having a “speed reserve”
Get started. Keep going. Stop.
Delayed gratification gets harder when you’re overtrained, according to a new brain-scanning study
Whether you’re striving for peak performance or coming back from injury, psychological techniques can help
Two new studies on beet juice and VO2max highlight the limitations of sports science research that excludes female athletes
Figuring out how long, how often, and when to train in the mountains remains an art for endurance athletes
In his new book, Range, author David Epstein makes a strong case against specialization in sports and life
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