Forget training load and biomechanics. A surprising new study suggests that avoiding injury might come down to something far simpler.
People get heated on how to stay heated at night
The Olympian and investor on the show "Adventure Capitalists" on the gear that makes for quality shut-eye
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
These summer cabins can help you have one of the best weekends of your summer
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.
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.
This conversion adds serious space to the Defender 110
What a restless coffee drinker learned from going to circadian-rhythm rehab (a tent in the woods)
I always felt guilty for being a late riser. Then science told me to embrace my natural sleep patterns.
I spent more than a week sleeping in the same room with a champion snorer to find out how these earplugs stacked up