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The post-exercise recovery trend has produced mountains of new research. But can you trust the results?
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It used to be that we all slowed down with time. Not anymore.
Sean Dougherty made a name for himself as a talented climber in the Canadian Rockies. Now he's starting a new adventure in one of the most extreme environments on earth.
The less you worry about making mistakes, the better you’ll perform
Forget brightly colored plastic holds. In the future, we'll climb realistic 3D-printed rocks.
The true story of a flytier who stole hundreds of bird specimens hits hard when you rely on those specimens to do critical research
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