Inundated by text messages, one millennial decided to exclusively converse through this more classic form of communication
Habits and tips to help you get through anything
Expert advice for getting through the winter with COVID-19 as bad as it has ever been
In an extended interview for the Outside Podcast, the CEO talks about the ways technology can help us lead healthier lives and the benefits we get from ignoring our screens
Five items that made our lives easier, from a neck-saving pillow to an acupuncture set
Whether you’re training for your first marathon, dealing with a stressful job, or simply want to improve your sleep, WHOOP’s 24/7 heart-rate monitor can help you perform better every day
Flowing through a simple set of movements can help calm your nervous system down
Bouldering psychotherapy is gaining traction because the sport is unique in its easy access and ability to draw out emotions
One Outside editor added acupressure to her quiver of remedies for her mild scoliosis. It worked better than she thought it would.
Updated guidelines write a prescription for exercise that may be just as important as traditional cancer treatments for maintaining—and regaining—your health
Satya Yoga, the nation's first yoga teacher training program for people of color, is trying to change who's leading yoga classes—which will also affect who participates
Always a fitful sleeper, one editor discovered Howard Leight earplugs a decade ago. It's still the only brand she uses to avoid restless nights.
The pandemic is prompting activity-tracking companies to pivot from personal to public health
The science is clear—time spent fishing can lower stress, make you smarter, and lift your mood
How a dog and a fly rod can be the perfect prescription
Nestled in Chattahoochee Hills southwest of Atlanta, the Serenbe community is designed to deliver everybody's favorite buzzword: wellness. You can't argue with the gourmet wine dinners, leafy walking trails, and goat yoga, but be aware that Paradise doesn't come cheap.
Doctors take an oath to do no harm. But in her book, 'Sex Matters,' emergency medicine physician Alyson McGregor explains how doctors are unintentionally harming women by practicing a model of medicine based on men.
Having a solid routine is more important than ever
It's fair to be skeptical of instant coffee. But after tasting Laird Instafuel, even one of our coffee-snob editors has been converted.
Learn to quiet your mind to improve your day, your night, and your game
Many male athletes struggle with eating disorders. By sharing his personal experience, Lightner hopes to let others know they are not alone.
The American Mountain Guides Association published tips on how outdoor professionals can use "psychological first aid" to stay mentally healthy during these challenging times. But the advice is useful for all of us during the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
Sitting all day wreaks havoc on the body. Here's how to reset and recenter.
When the long-running TV game show relaunched in January, it promised a kinder, gentler version suited for the current health climate. It didn't deliver.
Men suffer higher rates of suicide and drug abuse than women. Many are anxious and lonely—and, as a result, they’re all too often angry and violent. Wilderness Collective thinks the solution lies in open spaces, UTVs, and fireside talks. But is that enough?
The Venture Out Project celebrates the LGBTQ community through backpacking trips throughout the U.S.
Yes, it's serious, and it's time to start taking some practical precautions
Recent studies suggest that sunlight may lower blood pressure in ways that have nothing to do with vitamin D
The United States leads the world in spending for health and fitness but still ranks lowest in measurements of actual health. How do we break the cycle?
Launched by Specialized CEO Mike Sinyard, Project New Day promotes the use of hallucinogens like mushrooms to treat addiction and PTSD
Journaling is for everyone, but especially athletes. Here are the two types of journals you should have and how to get started.
Work hard, play hard—that's how many of us live today. But it turns out that our supercharged lives aren’t so great for us, and fitness experts and doctors are now emphasizing restorative practices and rest to improve performance and overall health.
For snowboarder Megan Pischke, being a breast-cancer survivor and a professional athlete are both part of her identity