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

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

The Olympic cyclist is proving that age really is only a number

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

Aging doesn’t mean you have to stop getting stronger. Here we’ve provided training tips for continued improvement.

Doesn’t your dog deserve the best?

Work your balance and core strength with these functional exercises

When you start a new sport, everything will be hard, perplexing, and intimidating. But your brain will be on fire.

Our writer, a lifelong surfer, tries to find out

A spiral of injuries—and the attendant existential crisis—can be an opportunity to revisit the fundamentals

Maintaining the ability to hit top gear after your twenties is useful even for endurance athletes, and takes specific training

Four areas the ultrarunning champion is focused on as she moves further into the master ranks, plus expert advice on how to build your longevity in the sport.

Outside’s ethics guru on whether we should prioritize uphill or downhill traffic in the backcountry

A new study plots the progression of thousands of people following an ultra-minimalist training plan. The results are impressive—at least initially.

A former elite competitor who keeps reviving his running — even at 81 with two artificial knees — provides guidelines for goals when returning from setbacks.

Much more than fertility changes when menopause hits. Here's how to train through it.

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