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What you should know about safely returning to sports after pregnancy

She started her career in fashion, and didn't start running until she was 20. Now she crafts women's athletic apparel.

Cultivate calm with these home-studio essentials

Exercising when it's cold can feel tougher than usual. This gear makes it more doable.

From cabins to cliff dwellings, here's where to post up close to two of southern Utah's best national parks

The company's library of studio exercise classes, integrated with on-screen fitness data from your Apple Watch, launches today. Our Sweat Science columnist takes it for a spin.

Make sure your exercise lover has what they need to sweat this holiday season

Workout tools to help you reach your potential

Flowing through a simple set of movements can help calm your nervous system down

As summer gives way to fall, these are the items that our staff has been reaching for time and again

How the practice continues to comfort the former big-wall climber after a life-changing spinal injury

There's a reason everyone's been wearing them the past few months

With at-home schooling the norm in many areas, we put together a P.E. plan for a full semester of fun and creative movement

'A Grand Journey' follows Kira Brazinski, a pro adaptive athlete on a quest to conquer her childhood dream of climbing the Grand Teton

Satya Yoga, the nation's first yoga teacher training program for people of color, is trying to change who's leading yoga classes—which will also affect who participates

Goods to take you from morning sun salutation to bedtime savasana

Miss your go-to barre studio or lifting weights at the gym? Bring some structure into your living-room workouts with these videos that are Outside tested and approved.

The internet is full of gizmos to help your body bounce back from training. These stand out.

Inversions might seem intimidating at first, but the handstand pose is an attainable goal for any active person with the right mindset

Anna Levesque uses yoga to slow down and fight self-doubt

If you're taking this time to reassess your career or set some new adventure goals, here are four affordable courses to add to your list

During the pandemic, everything happens on video chat—including exercising with strangers from the comfort of your home

Curated products for the activities your mom loves

Sean MacCormac says the keys to his success are ballet and breathing through the panic

Nick Giacomini went from being a Bay Area burnout to a yoga celebrity. His career is also a window into long-standing debates about yoga and cultural appropriation in the U.S.

How to stay healthy—and maintain sanity—while you're social-distancing

Jeremiah Bishop is still riding strong and staying healthy without a spring race schedule

Turning to technology may be the best way to get a workout in as we continue to practice social distancing

We recommended this fun, colorful block in our roundup of the best women’s yoga gear. “Fun stripes that stand out in a crowd ensure you’ll always know which blocks are yours,” wrote tester Lauri Nemetz. Plus, the high-density foam is sturdy and durable to give you years of reliable…

If you're cooped up indoors and looking to move your body, try one of these routines

Building a home gym? We recommend this mat. This 30-inch wide option is on the heavier side for traveling, but it gives you plenty of room for stretches or core workouts. The Eco is also made with recyclable, biodegradable, and non-toxic materials.

Learn how to degerm your plastic, rubber, or microfiber mat

You survived the chaos of family visits and too many helpings of dessert. Now it's time to recover.

Yoga inversions are easier—and more useful—than you might think

A modest proposal that, at the very least, will make your community better

We included this towel in our roundup of our favorite yoga gear. Jade’s Yoga Mat Towel uses polyester microfiber making it extra absorbent and quick drying. It’s ideal for sweaty yoga sessions when you want to stay dry and have plenty of grip.

When your love for the outdoors meets chronic pain, you grieve—and then you adapt

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