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The cover of Running Outside the Comfort Zone
By Michael Dregni
One runner takes on the world’s wackiest races — and lives to write about it.
Louie McGee and Milan Tomaska
By Louie McGee
A legally blind teenager commits to the race of a lifetime to inspire other visually impaired kids to find their own adventures.
Soccer player about to shoot goal
By Sarah Tuff
Drills on and off the field will deliver the skills for soccer success.
Illustration of a beach towel, sun hat, and sunglasses.
By Jill Patton
Head to the pool at Life Time for summer fun.
Person sitting by river with trekking poles
By Jon Spayde
The hiking community is divided on the potential benefits of trekking poles. Our expert weighs in.
Woman bouldering
By Elizabeth Millard
Expert advice and drills to boost your bouldering skills.
A picture of Peter Sagan's new book
By Michael Dregni
Three-time cycling world champion Peter Sagan on racing, sprinting — and wheelies.
Triathletes running out of water to bike
By Sarah Tuff
The transitions from swimming to biking to running represent triathlon’s fourth discipline, and they require their own kind of training.
Clare Gallagher standing with hands on hips
By Heidi Wachter
Embracing the process of running made Clare Gallagher an elite ultramarathoner — and a committed environmentalist.
An older African-American couple plays tennis.
By Craig Cox
Sports, like tennis, that involve more social interaction may help longevity, according to a recent study.
Man sprinting on track
By Nicole Radziszewski
Running coaches share their tips on building speed for both short and long distances.
Father and daughter foam rolling together
By Life Time
"Getting to those moments in life that you’re going to remember — that’s my motivation.”
two people tying their ice skates on a bench
By Sarah Tuff
Balance, flexibility, coordination, and strength are the fundamentals of ice skating.
Group of people running out of the water during a race
By Andrew Heffernan
Here are three ways to avoid some of the potential perils of group fitness, including competitions, burnout, and injury.
Skier skiing in the mountains
By Sarah Tuff
Two Olympic skiers offer advice to help you feel more confident on your next run down the mountain.
A group of four people in a fitness facility with two of them fist bumping.
By Andrew Heffernan
Discover how training in a fitness community can improve your performance, keep you accountable, and help you tap into a greater sense of purpose.
two women exercising outside
By Kaelyn Riley
Why midlife fitness may reduce the risks of depression later in life.
Man dunking a basketball
By Sarah Tuff
Basketball demands an active body and a calm mind. Two experts offer techniques for training both.
Headshots of five people
By Kaelyn Riley
These change makers are shifting the way we think about what it means to be fit.
By Experience Life Staff
Go behind the scenes with Olympic snowboarder Elena Hight as she talks about leaving a successful halfpipe career to reach for new heights.
a woman swims underwater
By Heidi Kelchner
If you haven’t already made swimming a part of your cross-training repertoire, here are some great reasons for diving in.
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