An in-depth biomechanical analysis of nearly everyone at the world track championships yields unexpected results
You don’t train the same way every day. Here’s why you should periodize everything else, too.
You’ve heard the hype about meditation and other "non-judgemental awareness" practices. Now check out the data.
A survey of backpackers' tactics on the 220-mile high-country route offers insights on what works and what doesn’t
Scientists point the finger at the brain chemical adenosine for the endurance-sapping effects of mental fatigue.
The doctors who scrambled to rescue and triage survivors in 2015 look back in search of lessons.
A study of the stress-reducing powers of wilderness explores “levels of nature.”
Conventional wisdom says that drafting doesn’t matter when cycling up steep hills. It’s wrong.
It feels good, but does it boost performance? Only randomized controlled trials can tell us.
New research compares men’s and women’s pacing patterns, and finds some telling differences