The British and Canadian governments are tackling athlete mental illness. So why can't we?
If you pick the right class, it's an invaluable tool for building strength, flexibility, and resilience
The less you worry about making mistakes, the better you’ll perform
I'm approaching 30 and haven't competed in years, but that pre-race dread is much bigger than running
At 43, the five-time Olympian seems indestructible
The effort paradox explains everything from mountain climbing to buying IKEA furniture
Thanks to new equipment and a more holistic approach to training, they turned a dismal 2014 showing into a commanding lead this year
Our columnist literally wrote the book on peak performance, but he had to reconsider everything after an unexpected battle with mental illness
She just made her first national team—after 13 failed attempts
In an era of specialization, a new study argues for diversifying your interests.
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