Don't get sick on your next trip.
The workout and health benefits to be had are worth the basic biology lesson.
You’ve already got mind and body covered in your New Year’s resolutions, but what about your sex life?
This isn't Hollywood—you won’t turn into a zombie or cluck like a chicken. But you might learn to keep your weaknesses from winning.
Rather than turn to things like aspirin and ibuprofen—which up your risk of acute kidney damage, oxidative stress, or hyponatremia while competing—try one of these all-natural ways to soothe soreness in the days leading up to your goal race or when that pain starts to creep in halfway through.
The Winter Olympics have shed light on some of the most positive and empowering aspects of being an athlete: passion, dedication, and perseverance. But they’ve also highlighted some of the darker issues athletes deal with — namely disordered eating.
This new research may just save the sweet, luscious locks of Noah Droddy and Jordan Hasay.
Paleos, prepare to have your mind blown. We talked to seven guys whose livelihood literally depends on being fit AF—including an NFL player, a pro wrestler, an NBA baller, and top personal trainer Joe Holder (that's him above)—yet who eat totally animal-free.
A favorite among celebrities and pro athletes, LCHF claims to speed weight loss and boost energy. But what does the science say?