The clock is winding down. Don't dwell on summer's missed opportunities—make new ones.

Which seat reigns supreme? We polled you (and our editors) to find out.

New centers popping up in New York City can help you reach peak wellness—for just a few hundred dollars per month

An ideal quilt for summer and fall in the Mountain West

Everything you need to know to sleep comfortably when it's cold out

Not all camping mattresses are built the same

After several months and thousands of miles, Outside's Taylor Gee knows what works and what doesn't

Stay comfortable on the trail, whether you're out for two days or ten

David Sabgir, founder of Walk with a Doc, on why exercise is 100 times better than medicine

New two-person sleep systems are lighter, plusher, and more affordable

Don't let an overnight flight stop you from arriving at your destination well rested and ready for adventure

Now you can pay to take a midday snooze. Here's what you get for your money.

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How did I ever function without Heretic's Dirty Grass wafting from my pulse points?

Sleep so magnificent, you’ll be turning in early

Stave off injury and get your body ready for what’s next

How to fuel for an action-packed 24 hours

I drank the stuff for two weeks and lived to tell the tale. I'm still skeptical about the health benefits.

The Twitter CEO only eats between 6:30 p.m. and 9:30 p.m. You definitely should not emulate his habits.

Signs that your coffee habit is doing more harm than good

Who needs a killer routine when you can just have coffee?

You heard me. On cramped flights, the person who reclines their seat in front of me really chafes.

Want to stay overnight in a jetliner, a snowcat, or a luxe glass globe dangling off a cliff? You can.

In her new book, 'Good to Go,' science writer Christie Aschwanden breaks down popular myths about recovery

We all know what the dogs do—they run—but the person driving the sled has to get ready for a brutal challenge, too. The labor required to manage and train a team is like CrossFit on ice.

Get workout tips, find new routes, or make the most of your rest days with these run apps

Food is heavy. Don't carry it for miles while backpacking just to let something else eat it.

A bear's sense of smell is seven times better than a bloodhound's. Outsmart them with this food-storage bag.

Three pairs of glasses, two weeks, one goal: to find out whether blue-light-blocking lenses could actually make me sleep and feel better

A recent study claims women sleep better alongside a canine. But we know the truth: dog owners are deluding themselves that they're getting any sleep at all.

A successful day begins with reliable rituals

New research finds weightlifters have stronger tongues and runners have better tongue endurance—and that matters

The style-centric bike apparel brand is branching out to saddlebags and even an insulated sleep system

Under Armour's new PJs promise more Z's, plus athletic recovery. This I had to try.

From plush to ultralight, there's something here for everyone

Finally, sleeping-pad insulation will be tested to a standardized methodology. Here's why that matters for all your camping trips starting in 2020.

Elevate your camping experience

Being outdoorsy is not without its risks. If I could travel through time, here's some of the advice I'd give my (seemingly) immortal and (definitely) ignorant 20-year-old self.

Kale Poland, founder of Cleetus Fit, takes pride in a brand of fitness where dumpster towing and beer yoga are equally at home. Now he's out to conquer the Deca Ironman—ten Ironmans in a row.

The Enlightened Equipment Revelation quilt offers the most customizable—and comfortable—night of sleep you can get

An extremely light and comfortable sleeping pad that is excellent for three-season conditions.

Ross Edgley is in the middle of a 2,000-mile swim. Here's how that epic slog is affecting his skin, heart, and mind.

We're kicking off a new fitness column by surfing legend Laird Hamilton. First up: his top tips for performing at your best.

From virtual-reality meditation to infrared saunas, these are the latest innovations and insights for improving your well-being

Five athletes share their favorite products to help catch some z's away from home

10 testers. 20 sleeping bags. 6 months. Here are the results.

If you’re still balling up a sweatshirt to use as a pillow, you’re doing it wrong

These baby carriers will keep the whole family happy in nature

A new study bolsters the claim that afternoon or evening workouts can mess with sleep. But don’t panic just yet.

There’s a simple solution to the vexing challenge of getting teens to put down their phones: education

Your choice of sleeping pad will determine whether you sleep well or not

Four pros dish on their tricks for getting out in the warmer months.

Do you really need a bag designed for women? It comes down to your height and sleeping body temperature.

Being exposed to new places is wonderful. Being exposed to new germs is not.

A more restful night is just a wireless snore-neutralizing soundscape generator away

Six essentials for those long, long flights

When it comes to our appetites, we’re no different than our caveman ancestors

It feels good, but does it boost performance? Only randomized controlled trials can tell us.

You don't have to lift less as you get older—you just have to make a few adjustments to your training

After two weeks, I learned something: I'd do it again

Lightweight and incredibly packable, the Flash Air is a complete, protective camping system for under $200

Get cozy under the stars (and in front of the camera) with one of these blankets

Nothing ruins an adventure like trying unsuccessfully to ignore noisy neighbors as you doze. Add this gear to your kit and you'll be sound asleep in no time.

The simple silk cocoon is a key piece of four-season gear

Experts say most of them don't live up to the hype

Keep getting your eight hours, but the science is more complicated than you might expect

Cycling in the afternoon is totally gauche

Survive planes, trains, and automobiles with these essentials

Plus five great hammocks tested by an AT thru-hiker

It used to be that we all slowed down with time. Not anymore.

I'm approaching 30 and haven't competed in years, but that pre-race dread is much bigger than running

It's four inches thick and weighs nine pounds. Read: It's better than my mattress back home.

In short, nothing good—and just one bad night can trigger a cascade of scary side effects

The National Geographic fellow on what he's learned from spending time with the happiest people on earth

When it comes to a restful night, a few little things—and one not-so-little thing—make a world of difference