Whether you're trying to qualify for Boston or just see improvement, these principles will get you there
Ignore the urge to post a heroic effort and focus instead on the daily grind of steady improvement
It's tough to maintain performance and well-being all the time. When the going gets tough, following these tips can help.
Nine life lessons from the ultra-endurance athlete and self-improvement guru
Sure, it's fun and relaxing—but it can also be a key part of a fitness routine
There's a lot of overlap between athletics and work, and the world's best apply the same principles to, say, training for a marathon as they do to building a business
Cycling, running, and obstacle course racing are dominated by white-collar workers. And while disposable income makes competing more feasible, researchers are also starting to discover a psychological pull that draws these people to masochistic events.
It's the most grueling competition in the world, and it takes a massive toll on riders' bodies
The best endurance athletes push their minds and bodies as far as humanly possible—a practice that might not actually be good for them
The hardest part about your athletic pursuits may be building a long-term relationship with them