Four years of race data from a professional cycling team unveils some differences between the sexes
Using machine learning to recognize who’s a serious competitive runner and who’s not could teach us something useful about avoiding injuries
New research finds that those who can identify and regulate their emotions keep pushing when the going gets tough
An in-depth biomechanical analysis of nearly everyone at the world track championships yields unexpected results
There are more ways to mess up sun protection than just, you know, forgetting to use it
On the 30th anniversary of Shark Week, we called up some shark scientists for a no-holds-barred conversation about the impact of the pop culture phenomenon
Rarely will you find a fitness tip that is equally applicable to all areas of your life.
Keeping an eye on the interior secretary's latest ethical blunders and questionable public lands policies
Antinutrients are the buzzy new word in nutrition, but they're not quite what their name would imply
You don’t train the same way every day. Here’s why you should periodize everything else, too.
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