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Take your cycling to the next level by improving your pedaling efficiency.
Nutritionist Scott Tindal does a deep dive on bonking, glycogen stores, and the train low diet.
Australian researchers confirmed results of a previous trial finding that endurance athletes seem to train and race best on high-carb diets.
Nasal breathing while running—not mouth breathing—may be better for performance.
What if you could take a physiological test that would say with certainty how you should train? We're not quite there yet, but there are several tests that can help you learn about your specific needs.
What we can learn from the research of Alexandra Coates.
Turns out the personality clash is real.
A new study finds endurance athletes are more likely to outlive all other fitness groups—even their highly fit counterparts.
Scientists finally figured out how the weight of your running shoes affects your speed.