The 29-year-old CEO of Outdoor Voices is taking on Nike, one color block at a time
Keep getting your eight hours, but the science is more complicated than you might expect
How to know when it's okay to keep pushing and when you're better off taking it easy
When you take former sex-trafficking victims into the wilderness for a few days of roughing it, know this: they’ve seen worse. Florence Williams goes on a trip organized by Atlanta-based She Is Able and learns that one size of adventure therapy does not fit all.
How Latino Outdoors is rethinking the ways their community gets outside
Trick, bribe, deceive, repeat
At the University of Vermont, an unusual initiative wants to help students discover the benefits of well-rounded healthy living. Is it working?
Americans are spending more money than ever trying to be happy, but all signs say that we're still pretty miserable
The diversity expert keeps essential oils and her kid’s sci-fi novel close by
The Olympian and investor on the show "Adventure Capitalists" on the gear that makes for quality shut-eye
For many, the female athlete triad has stood in the way of lasting success in sports, but researchers are finally starting to understand the condition better—and help women avoid the long-term consequences
If $75,000 represents the “perfect” salary, what’s the performance equivalent when it comes to cardio, diet, and time outside?
The counterintuitive theory has pervaded books, studies, and Reddit threads and is something of a rally cry for LCHF converts. But while there may be some benefit to monitoring insulin levels, there's no need to cut out all carbs quite yet.
Rural Appalachia is the unhealthiest place in the country by almost any metric. Steve Bowling, a 45-year-old library director in Kentucky, has a simple remedy: nature walks.
What a restless coffee drinker learned from going to circadian-rhythm rehab (a tent in the woods)
Americans spend $11 billion a year in pursuit of the blissful happy-ever-after. But what do we really accomplish? To find out, Peter Andrey Smith embedded with the utopia seekers for a weekend in Miami at the first-ever World Happiness Summit.
The good news? They're all pretty simple to reverse—or prevent entirely.
Spa treatments have gotten wild in recent years, especially in Southern California, where women pay big bucks for radical remedies like colonics, juice fasts, and a Gwyneth Paltrow fave—the life-changing V-steam. Taffy Brodesser-Akner dons a satin robe and asks: If this is the path to happiness, why am I so freaked out?
I've never been good at resting—I've climbed almost every day for the past 16 years. A recent injury, however, forced me to begrudgingly acknowledge that sometimes the best thing you can do for your training is stop it altogether.
The gear and advice you need to maximize your pre-work time
You're addicted to your phone. You're loaded down by useless stuff. And you eat like a teenager. No wonder you can't find the time to play outside, see the world, and get in shape. Fortunately, streamlining your life—and having more fun—is easy: just do less. Here's how.
What the greatest adventurers, artists, runners, and entrepreneurs prioritize throughout their day, and how to incorporate that into you life
I always felt guilty for being a late riser. Then science told me to embrace my natural sleep patterns.
American tourist Noel Santillan became an unlikely folk hero in Iceland after he entered a typo into his GPS and drove hundreds of miles out of his way. How can anyone wander so far off the mark? A growing body of research suggests that our reliance on navigational technology might be altering our brains in ways we’re only beginning to understand.
Whether you're powering through a predawn workout or looking for the perfect sunset shot, the only way to follow your mission is to rise up every single day