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It doesn't take much to get your legs back in shape for skiing and snowboarding.
Losing weight means eating fewer calories. It's as simple as that.
Keep your body in good working order during the offseason.
The physiological benefits of a varied workout. Getting beyond your excercise plateau. workouts.
The fundamentals of nutrition--it's not a hard science. Just listen to your body.
Backcountry cooking is challenging, but it's possible to eat well rather than just eat.
Poison ivy, poison sumac and poison oak comprise the nasty threesome of the plant world of North America. Understand the trigger behind that itch.
Wanted: individuals able to deal with constantly changing environment, challenging obstacles, ability to travel alone, the pursuit of adventure, and an attitude.
Traveling off the beaten track? Learn how to avoid that little annoyance that could send you home in big trouble.
With just a little time on the floor instead of your couch you can ease back into shape for more fun on the water - and less chance of an injury.
Gaining power and efficiency with each stroke: four easy stretches that help.
Want more power with less effort? Relax and be flexible with these in-boat drills.
For athletes in training, the more rest, the better they feel. So why doesn't anyone remember to take it easy?
Today's backpacks can seem like gravity-defying machines, but only if they're properly adjusted and loaded.
A little preventative medicine (massage) can help to limit the wear and tear on a climber's body.
Five minutes of stretching can help you reach that next handhold. It can also prevent injuries.
Blisters--the most common outdoor afflication--can ruin the best-planned outdoor trip. Prevention is the key.
The legendary hikers of the Himalaya can teach lowlanders a thing or two.