LA Saves Track wants to give the oldest high school in the city a facility it can be proud of

Sports medicine physicians are rethinking the relationship between damage to your body and how it feels

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Want to keep training this winter but finding it hard to motivate? Find a partner.

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The cold season can throw lots of different conditions your way, but with a little prep, you can keep training through any weather.

Getting heckled by construction workers and definitely not crying: a New York City Marathon retrospective

Mike McCastle has found a very unusual way to benefit others: by enduring agonizing physical challenges

While the benefit to giving elite women their own race seems obvious, the question of giving male marathoners a separate start is more contentious

After upgrading his medicine cabinet, one Outside editor credits the Superberry Overnight Mask with his biggest skin transformation

As skimo prepares for its Olympic debut in 2026, sports scientists explore the sport’s demands

Change offered an elite athlete an opportunity to better understand herself—and what she still wants from her sport

Your GPS watch and other gadgets are great at describing training, but prescribing it is a harder challenge

Actually, we can’t get everything we need from nature

Activities such as lifting weights, hiking, or even woodworking teach us humility and keep us grounded in reality

A visit to Eliud Kipchoge’s Kenyan training camp reveals how he dominates the marathon world

A mathematical model explains how endurance and speed come together to determine who will win a last-lap sprint

In the second edition of the Max Vert October challenge, Christopher Fisher spent ten hours a day running up and down a mountain

When you spend your youth chasing highs, what comes next? 

A new study quantifies the effects of running on technical terrain

A new study uses machine learning to quantify the effects of temperature, humidity, heat, and sun

Feeling adrift in a black hole after your marathon? You’re normal, and in good company. World-class runners, coaches and sport psychologists offer their advice.

Thanks to the app’s open diary format, a race is more than just a race—it’s an opportunity for public introspection

Scientists take their equations for the energy demand of hills and rough terrain out into the real world

The food-mood connection is interesting, but the research is still in its infancy. Here’s what we know.

The link between serious cycling and poor bone health is well established, but researchers are still debating what to do about it

In this excerpt from his new book ‘The Practice of Groundedness,’ our Do It Better columnist Brad Stulberg gives concrete steps to integrate exercise into your daily life

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Sound impossible? Runner Jordan Tropf has put in the work—here’s how he pulled it off.

Over the past few years, McCastle has completed 5,804 pull-ups in a single day, pulled a 5,000-pound truck across the Mojave Desert, and climbed a rope the equivalent height of Mount Everest. How on earth has this Navy SEAL dropout accomplished some of the craziest physical feats in recent memory?

The physiological differences between men and women affect how much fluid they store, how they sweat, and how quickly they heat up. Does that matter?

‘What It Takes’ provides an authentic glimpse of what an ultramarathon is all about, the importance of the support crew, and the strategy needed to win

A friendly reminder that worry never robs tomorrow of its sorrow, it only saps today of its joy

The upstart Swiss company is shaking things up with an unorthodox cushioning system and an emphasis on grassroots marketing

Yes, people sometimes die while running. No, that doesn’t mean running is “dangerous.”

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With its Stolen Starts initiative, New Balance aims to empower more women, grow the sport, and make up for lost time

Build strength and alignment to help eliminate overpronation and protect your feet and ankles

When you confront your mortality on a regular basis, the shift in perspective can be profound

Oregon voters have opened the door to treating mental illness with substances like ketamine and psilocybin. In a peek at the future, our seeker attends a backwoods retreat where patients get help from a powerful combination of drugs and the outdoors.

A new study investigates how different types of physical performance are affected by the time of day

The case of 24-year-old Daniel Granberg, who died of high-altitude pulmonary edema earlier this month, highlights the danger of altitudes well below the Himalayan “death zone”

The Prime X is banned for professional athletes, but that might be its main selling point

A new study suggests that hydrogels enable you to down more carbs with less digestive distress, and race faster as a result.

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