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A new study says yes, and scientists are trying to find out why

As ultra-endurance athlete and self-improvement guru Rich Roll says, "Mood follows action." In other words: Don't think. Do.

Forget training load and biomechanics. A surprising new study suggests that avoiding injury might come down to something far simpler.

A new sleepwear company is on a mission to improve women's sleep using the same material gear companies have relied on for years

We're partnering with the Los Angeles-based company to help you (and us) finally get fit

Our columnist, Bryan Rogala, breaks down the components of what makes up a great sleeping pad.

The company behind one of our favorite products just launched its Health Tag, a tiny tracker designed to stick with you 24/7

Enjoying a night in a tent shouldn’t be a challenge

Former Navy SEAL doctor Kirk Parsley insists getting enough rest is the single most effective performance-enhancing habit

Learn to build a fire, track animals, and forage for wild food—and still sleep in a bed

The Olympian and investor on the show "Adventure Capitalists" on the gear that makes for quality shut-eye

Gleich, a professional ski mountaineer, spends a lot of time on the road. Here's the gear she always brings along.

The writer and activist's nighttime essentials

The GoPro founder always keeps one of his cameras handy, even when he sleeps

The new Watch is a more sophisticated fitness tracker than its predecessor, with an updated operating system, upgraded hardware, and cellular connectivity. But will it be enough to win over athletes?

Five things I wish I'd been told on my first day at Columbia University

Her top tip: don't forget the coffee

Here's everything he relied on while blazing up the trail

There's a lot of overlap between athletics and work, and the world's best apply the same principles to, say, training for a marathon as they do to building a business

Big portions of Highway 1 are closed—which means there's never been a better time to explore this coastal paradise on foot and bike

The Hipcamp founder lets us in on her most essential pre-bed gear

These summer cabins can help you have one of the best weekends of your summer

In other words, how to not lose your mind to boredom, according to polar explorer Eric Larsen

In today's quick-fix culture, it's more important than ever to remember that a few simple lifestyle changes can transform your overall health

Your mental checklist to decide if you really need to take a rest day or if you’re better off just toughing it out

Living the dream has never been easy in the West's most beloved adventure hamlets, where homes are a fortune and good jobs are few. But the rise of online short-term rentals may be the tipping point that causes idyllic outposts like Crested Butte, Colorado, to lose their middle class altogether—and with it, their soul.

This sleep and health expert gives us his tips for how to ensure a restful night

Can you still expect to have a comfortable summertime camping trip in the lower 48? Absolutely, but you probably need to upgrade your approach to dealing with the heat.

The hardest part about your athletic pursuits may be building a long-term relationship with them

Nemo’s 1.75-pound Hornet Elite 2P is shockingly livable for an ultralight shelter

This conversion adds serious space to the Defender 110

Maybe you don't want to live in a 200-square-foot house full-time, but you wouldn't mind vacationing in one

Portable abodes for every clime

What a restless coffee drinker learned from going to circadian-rhythm rehab (a tent in the woods)

Five affordable options for when you’re not worried about size and weight

Turns out extending your lifespan is pretty damn easy. Just follow these definitive, scientific, time-tested methods.

Whether you're climbing, running, skiing, hiking, or biking, you won't excel unless you're well rested

I always felt guilty for being a late riser. Then science told me to embrace my natural sleep patterns.

Professional vehicle dwellers share their tips for making the most out of life on the road

I spent more than a week sleeping in the same room with a champion snorer to find out how these earplugs stacked up

No luck finding a Westy? Try this conversion kit instead.

How to sleep together, better, outside

We can't all afford vanlife. But we can rent it.

To win this year’s Tour Divide, Jefe Branham rode 170 miles a day, slept an average of four hours a night, and endured both unrelenting snow and 100-degree heat for 16 days straight. What you can learn from his time in the pain cave.