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A new study bolsters the claim that afternoon or evening workouts can mess with sleep. But don’t panic just yet.
The optimal number of sets in the weight room depends on whether you want to get big or strong
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An Italian cyclist takes aim at the sport’s most storied record, with the aid of a controversial fuel.