How to Train for Your Wedding
One man's quest to treat the matrimonial ceremony as what it is: the greatest endurance event of your life
What It Takes to Climb Everest with No Oxygen
Cory Richards and Adrian Ballinger summited the highest mountain in the world last month—Ballinger without supplemental oxygen. Here's how they trained their minds and bodies to accomplish one of mountaineering's most difficult feats.
My Absurd Quest for a Coachella-Ready Body
What does it mean to have a body that's ready for a music festival? Nate Dern heads to the gym—and then Coachella—to find out.
The Longer the Race, the Stronger We Get
At the outer edges of endurance sports, something interesting is happening: women are beating men
How Much Does It Cost to Be Fit?
Six athletically inclined people—regular folks with regular jobs, just like you—divulge how much money they spend on their fitness routines
What Everyone Gets Wrong About Endurance Training
After more than 40 years as an athlete and coach, it pains me to see people latch onto fitness fads, and I want to clear a few things up
What Is Heart Rate Variability and How Can It Make Me a Better Athlete?
Tracking HRV has emerged as one of the best ways to quantify recovery. But it’s also one of the most misunderstood and misused fitness tools around.
Build Your Own Training Camp
Two weeks of full-time, one-on-one instruction at Exos can set you back $4,800. Here’s how to get many of the same performance benefits without taking out a second mortgage.
Sweating the Small Stuff Will Make You a Faster Runner
Alone, these tiny details won't boost performance much. But their sum could mean the difference between a good race and a PR.