If you’re willing to work hard, conquer your fears, and maybe don some superhero spandex, anything is possible
When you leave your comfort zone, that's when you really grow.
The pain, beauty, and nipple considerations of running for a really, really long time
After three years of failing on the slopes, online editor Scott Rosenfield finally discovers the beauty—and pain—of downhill skiing.
Gear to help you focus on your surroundings, not your blisters
Learning to ski can be overwhelming. Here we help you narrow down what gear you need to take your skills to the next level.
You need only the essentials, but make sure you know what to look for
Beginners, we have a secret for you. You don't need high-end gear or a fancy training plan to get better at skiing, running, or climbing. All you have to do is embrace the embarrassment and the pain—and don't forget to laugh. Trust us: It'll be good for your brain.
Professional road runner Tim Tollefson’s foray into trail running isn’t a traditional a zero-to-hero story, but the lessons he learned switching from pavement to dirt will help everyone, from beginner to the expert
Tips from legend Lee Sheftel, who sent his first 5.14 after his 59th birthday
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