2020 is over, but your life probably hasn't changed much. Here's how to maintain a fresh start.

Most of us yearn for more freedom, but structure is key to performance

We asked a range of experts how they see things shaking out during a very challenging time

One of our editors is ready to declare this slightly effervescent libation as the perfect sports pick-me-up

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

Apple's CEO says technology can help us lead healthier, more balanced lives—but we also need to learn how to ignore our screens

Dubious about the hyped-up claims of many skin-care products, one editor tried the popular Aztec Secret face mask. Now it's part of her weekly routine.

Five items that made our lives easier, from a neck-saving pillow to an acupuncture set

Fatigue, writes our columnist, comes in two very different flavors, and fixing each requires a completely different approach

Work life got turned upside down this year, and many people are just thankful they have any job at all. But some companies have gone above and beyond to not just survive, but thrive.

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Elite athletes Kai Lightner and Beth Rodden endured similar challenges. Now they want to help change the culture of the sport.

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

Journalist James Nestor explains how humans started breathing wrong—and why relearning this lost art is so transformative

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

How self-determination theory can help you survive the long, drawn-out pandemic

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

New research says yes. Fortunately, there's something we can do about it.

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Trying to improve your sleep quality? Get back to nature.

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When excruciating ankle pain threatened to sideline her ski season, one of our hard-charging editors tried Lazarus Naturals' CBD balm as a last resort. It worked—even though she still doesn't know how.

How a dog and a fly rod can be the perfect prescription

Many of us have long dismissed this gentle, approachable activity for more adrenaline-pumping forms of exercise. We've been missing out—big-time.

'Hydrotherapy,' from Friction Collective, highlights the benefits of cold-water swimming

Photographer Ben Moon spent much of his twenties living in a van and climbing by the ocean, but at 29, he was diagnosed with cancer

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.

After a monthslong search, a buckwheat-filled pillow helped one editor finally sleep comfortably

Zwift, track workouts, and more keep 47-year-old Jon Brown ready for next winter

Having a solid routine is more important than ever

They're not more tired than the rest of us, according to a new study—they're just better at sleeping

It's fair to be skeptical of instant coffee. But after tasting Laird Instafuel, even one of our coffee-snob editors has been converted.

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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.

Walking is a challenge for Duncan Booth—it's awkward and uncomfortable—but when he hops on an e-bike, everything changes

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.

During the pandemic, everything happens on video chat—including exercising with strangers from the comfort of your home

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