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A U.S. Army study aims to pin down the optimal staging protocol before high-altitude tests of endurance
Unraveling how a carbon fiber plate and space-age foam combine to make a more efficient shoe turns out to be trickier than expected
Colin O’Brady thinks it’s possible—but just barely—to haul enough calories to traverse the continent. Here’s how.
A new study suggests that hitting the gym more than twice a week is counterproductive. That seems unlikely.
A new study suggests that running on autopilot is the most efficient approach.
A new study finds that having “elite” levels of aerobic fitness increases longevity relative to merely “high” levels.
Research on a pro cycling team suggests that subjective training metrics can match high-tech ones
Evolutionary biologists weigh in on the eternal training dilemma of how to allocate time and energy to three different disciplines