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The fitness industry is rife with harmful messaging around food and exercise. Here’s what to know about when food behaviors are a problem.
Internationally acclaimed coach and author Brad Stulberg wants runners to love the process, seek community, laugh at themselves, and stay flexible
The climbing great runs a few times a week to improve his endurance on the crag
Say it ain’t so, Kyrsten!
How winter road running brings one writer closer to nature
As many trail-running events grow larger, more runners are gravitating toward smaller grassroots events with an intimate, personal feel
The newest national monument sits in the heart of Colorado’s ski country. Here’s what you need to know about Camp Hale–Continental Divide National Monument.
Adventurers Andrea Sansone and Andrew Hamilton trace their relationship back to a chance encounter on one of Colorado’s highest peaks. Now, the two are pushing each other to set speed records on the state’s famed fourteeners.
The much-anticipated launch of Kilian Jornet’s outdoor brand NNormal features two exciting new shoes. Here’s what you need to know.
Andrea Sansone spent the summer scouting Nolan’s 14 before setting the FKT
The murder of Eliza Fletcher highlights the freedoms that women runners are asked to surrender in the name of safety. Why not hold society accountable for violence?
The distance runner shaved more than two hours off the JMT’s previous fastest time
Everything you need to know about the famed races in Chamonix, France
Hawley is lucky that his awkward run didn’t end in injury, writes Zoë Rom
Starting at five hours a week, this ten-week program will help you build endurance and jump-start your training this winter
Injury forces ultra legend Scott Jurek off the trail
What is environmental justice, and why should trail runners care?
After an especially brutal winter in Colorado, Independence Pass needs a team of seven heavy-equipment operators, an avalanche forecaster, and a surveillance crew to make the road passable
Four zones have been ranked as extreme on the five-point scale
Bequi Livingston found power and confidence in physical strength. Now she's teaching other women to do the same.
Athletes share their favorite tools for staying hydrated on the move
There are more ways to mess up sun protection than just, you know, forgetting to use it
Ulyana Nadia Horodskyj is an ice scientist who's done research high on Everest—and after working with NASA, she's aiming even higher.