Seek Your Limits, and You’ll Find Them
By Simon Ward
Are you prepared to find out what you’re capable of? Here’s why finding your limits is an essential part of...
How Mental Preparation Saved this Runner’s UTMB
By Doug Stewart
When disaster hit early in the race, this runner was prepared. Here’s how having a mental plan can safeguard your...
How To Individualize Your Offseason
By Gavin Mannion
Your offseason may look very different than a teammate or competitor’s. Here are the factors to consider when...
4 Myths About Aging Athletes
By Jeff Gaura
Athletes deal with lots of training misconceptions as they age. Here are four of the worst.
An Athlete’s Guide to Surviving the Offseason
By Steven Moody
Working hard is one thing, but sometimes taking time off is harder. Here are some ways to make the most of your offseason.
Blue Zones: Six Lessons from The World’s Healthiest People
By James Eacott
Blue Zones are places throughout the world where residents are happier and healthier. Here’s what they do differently...
How Can Sex Affect Your Athletic Performance?
By James Eacott
The relationship between sex and athletic performance has been debated for centuries. Here’s what some of the science...
How to Use HRV to Predict Illness
By Simon Wegerif
Nobody wants to deal with illness or injury. Here are a few ways to use HRV to understand your body’s response to...
5 Considerations For Quantifying Stress
By Taylor Thomas
Tracking and managing stress is key to your performance. Here are some things to consider.
Why a DNF is Sometimes Your Best Option
By Tatjana Ivanova
Making the call not to finish a race is always tough, but it’s not always a bad thing. Here are some things to...
What is Training Periodization?
By Sarah Kaufmann
Understanding periodization is key to optimizing training adaptation. Here’s how it works, and how a coach can help...
Stay Laser-Focused While Avoiding Burnout
By Rob Lee
You can only make progress if you avoid burnout; here’s how to stay focused without losing perspective.