Forget training load and biomechanics. A surprising new study suggests that avoiding injury might come down to something far simpler.
And how to avoid them
And what you can do to avoid them
Despite the chronic doping scandals, the sport still has a lot to teach us about fitness
After most MCL and ACL surgeries, doctors focus on treating and rehabbing the soft-tissue, while almost completely ignoring motor patterns and biomechanics
Take care of the two things that support you wherever you go—and endure the most abuse
You've probably been taught to run on soft surfaces whenever possible. Truth is, it doesn't make a difference.
Unpacking the buzz around the latest performance food
A quick way to faster recovery and fewer injuries
When the American cyclist quit the Tour, he did exactly what an athlete should do
It's summer! I'm doubling my mileage and already feeling the pain. What can I do, aside from cutting back or resting, to stay healthy?
Sure, you could swim laps. But you can also enhance your performance with this in-the-water workout that will burn calories—and rejuvenate your body.
Beginners, we have a secret for you. You don't need high-end gear or a fancy training plan to get better at skiing, running, or climbing. All you have to do is embrace the embarrassment and the pain—and don't forget to laugh. Trust us: It'll be good for your brain.