I'm approaching 30 and haven't competed in years, but that pre-race dread is much bigger than running
Sports psychologists weigh in on the challenges of being among the best in the world
Don't feel bad about your semineurotic prerace protocol. It might be one of the keys to your success.
At the University of Vermont, mathematicians in the Computational Story Lab are reading your tweets and learning a lot about our collective well-being
Kathrine Switzer on the lessons she's learned after a lifetime of running. Nonrunners, take note.
Upscale meditation studios are bringing mindfulness to the masses. Are they also diluting the practice?
Elite competitors have long practiced meditation and mindfulness. But neuroscience shows that it’s the true believers who are finding that higher gear—through prayer.
You don't have to summit mountains bare-chested or meditate on a snowbank to train your body to reap the benefits of one of the world's most extreme approaches to health
Utah Skier Aaron Rice set out to break a world record for skiing uphill. In December, 2.5 million vertical feet later, he broke it. Along the way, he learned a few things about setting an ambitious goal and staying motivated.
The unexpected techniques and technologies that military service members and veterans are using to cope with stress and its related disorders
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