Dane Tudor is an Australian born freeskier who now resides in big mountain meccas of British Columbia and Alaska. Whether he's chasing freeride lines or tight singletrack, Tudor is always training for something.
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Sarah Piampiano left a high-powered investment banking gig to train for triathlons full time. Five years later, she's a champion. Here's how she did it.
Hall will tackle her first-ever marathon in Los Angeles on March 15. Here, she talks mileage, fueling, and how to train with your spouse. (She’s married to two-time Olympic marathoner Ryan Hall.)
So conquer it with these six tips from cycling’s comeback queen, Alison Tetrick.
A marathon swimmer's reenactment transports theatergoers to the middle of the Florida Straits
How a man wrongly convicted for murder spent nearly a decade in prison—and emerged as a fitness guru.
One of the most surprising heroes of World War II was a pint-sized shepherd nicknamed The Clown—and his fitness wisdom can change your life.
When a longtime triathlete took on a Kokoro camp—a beyond-extreme fitness challenge modeled on the Navy's Hell Week for SEAL candidates—his first question was purely about the pain: Can I survive this? The second was more metaphysical: Should I even want to?
Ill-chosen goals put you at risk of injury and burnout. Here's how to avoid that fate in seven easy steps.
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