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By Matt Fitzgerald
A muscle strain, joint sprain or contusion suffered just before a competition could put you on the shelf. Here are some quick-fix options.
By Kara Douglass Thom
Despite intense preparation and a maximum effort, your competitive season didn't go as planned. How do you recoup and regroup?
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By Kaeti Hinck
Olympic downhill skier Lindsey Kildow has faced some daunting injuries. But her strong spirit and her willingness to take time to heal have kept her coming out on top.
By Sarah Tuff
Wine and cheese aren't the only things that get better with age. Thanks to masters divisions in many sports, older athletes are finding fun new ways to get fit.
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By Experience Life Staff
A determined goal-setter in his professional life, Tommy Johnson found a way to make his personal fitness a higher priority: He embraced the triathlete's lifestyle.
By Kara Douglass Thom
Thanks to its quirky, catchy, semi-addictive personality, triathlon is conquering the globe.
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By Erin Peterson
By improving her diet and losing weight, Elizabeth Allen found the energy she needed to keep up with her kids.
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By Kermit Pattison
With the help of a few plyometric training tools, you can teach your neuromuscular system to unleash impressive speed and strength –the two ingredients behind the explosive power treasured by athletes.
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By Laine Bergeson Becco, FMCHC
Whether piling up the training miles or racing against the world's top middle-distance runners, Olympian Carrie Tollefson just loves to run.
By Sarah Tuff
Discover one of the world's fastest-growing and easiest-to-learn fitness routines: Nordic walking.
By Kara Douglass Thom
Routines – even healthy ones – have a way of becoming, well, routine. Here's how to put the fun back into your fitness experience.
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By Laine Bergeson Becco, FMCHC
How Annabelle Bond found personal inspiration in the world’s seven tallest peaks.
By Kara Douglass Thom
Looking for athletic inspiration that serves a higher purpose and delivers a higher level of satisfaction? Welcome to the world of philanthrofitness.
By Kermit Pattison
Plagued by chronic running injuries? Perhaps it's time to try ChiRunning, an intuitive style that works with your body and draws from your physical and spiritual center.
By Sarah Tuff
Convenient and safe, indoor climbing is attracting enthusiasts at all fitness levels. Discover the fundamentals of this engaging sport – and why it's likely to leave your whole body looking and feeling solid as a rock.
By Kara Douglass Thom
Life Time Fitness (LTF) kicked off the Life Time Fitness Triathlon Series with the 2006 Nautica New York City Triathlon on July 16.
By Kara Douglass Thom
You're making your move toward greater fitness, so why not do it in a big way? Discover why triathlon is proving to be such a popular and worthy fitness goal — even for swim-bike-run beginners.
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By Laine Bergeson Becco, FMCHC
Whether he's teaching outdoor survival skills or hosting the History Channel's Digging for the Truth, Josh Bernstein seizes every opportunity to put himself in direct contact with nature's wisdom and wilderness.
By Kate Larsen
Exercise anywhere is a good thing. Exercise everywhere is better. From the reliability and flexibility of in-club workouts to the variety and expanse of outdoor adventures — give your body the best of both worlds and you'll cover all kinds of new fitness ground.
By Experience Life Staff with reporting by Paul Scott
Whether you work for a living or live for your work, managing your physical health and fitness may be more critical to your career than you realized. Find out why the shape you're in can make or break your success.
By Matthew Solan
Listen up: There's a quiet subculture of outdoor enthusiasts who prefer muscle power to motorized recreation — and they're beginning to make some noise.
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