Tips on a safe transition from shelter to sport
Stanford's Dr. Emily Kraus shares tips on transitioning back to sport from shelter-in-place.
Bone Broth Recovery Recipe
Incredibly nourishing, filled with collagen to help your tendons, bones and muscles recover (and...
Pocket Snacks: Fuel for Socially-distanced Cycling
Without the flexibility of being able to pop into a Vermont general store for a treat and coffee...
Dr. Megan Roche and David Roche on Running, Coaching and Finding your Why
Dr. Megan Roche (@meganroche) and David Roche (@davidroche) have made their mark on the trail...
Sports Nutritionist Anne Guzman on health, performance and finding what works for you
Sports nutritionist Anne Guzman shares tips on performance nutrition, food journaling, and health.
The Gladiator Diet: How Does the Plant-Strong Diet Stack Up?
Comparing the diets of the Roman gladiator “barley men” and army troopers to the modern...
What Should I Do With My Training Since My Goal Race Has Been Canceled?
When your race is canceled, you can parlay your race fitness into a PR later in the year, but...
Food Safety and Coronavirus: A Comprehensive Guide
Questions about COVID-19 and food safety, answered.
How to Train and Eat to Boost Your Immunity from Coronavirus
Practical advice on running and your immune system straight from the world’s leading...
Social Distancing? Apps to help get you and your family through Coronavirus
Apps, podcasts and resources for athletes, runners, cyclists and parents looking for ways to...
Emily Kraus, Sports Med Physician on Running Medicine, Injury Prevention and the Female Athlete
Stanford doctor Emily Kraus' foundation for training, injury prevention, longevity, sports...
From Roman Gladiators to vegetarians and meat eaters – in this podcast episode, we discover...
Which Foods Are Proven to Improve Athletic Performance and Recovery?
The effects of spinach and berries on oxidative stress, inflammation, and muscle soreness in...
Opinion | I Am 35 and Running Faster Than I Ever Thought Possible
My quest to qualify for the Olympic marathon team trials. - Lindsay Crouse, NYT
CBD for Athletes: What You Need to Know About Cannabidiol
What athletes should know about cannabidiol (CBD) for recovery, pain relief, anti-inflammation,...
RED-s (Relative Energy Deficiency in Sport)
A collection of material centered around both RED-s and the Female Athlete Triad, to educate and...
No Heart Damage From Even “Extraordinary” Volumes of Exercise, New Research Finds
Worried a lifetime of endurance exercise might have damaged your heart? New research adds...
The Anticancer Diet Cliff Notes
If you’re anything like me, you forget the important details from books too quickly and need...
4 Things Top Performers Do Every Day
The best performers in the world share a few key habits, and a new book helps you implement them
Rich Roll, A Life Transformed
Up close with Rich Roll on plants, sleep, and becoming a fully-integrated human from the depths...
Training Secrets from a 55-Year-Old Who’s Won Over 300 Races
She's one of the most successful cyclists in U.S. history. And she's done it her way.
5 ways getting outside can help you get fit
Going outside might be the key to refreshing (and enjoying) your workout.
What’s New in Sports Recovery Research
The mental side of soreness, the downside of ice baths, and the genetics of tendon injuries were...
Learn When to Hammer Your Workouts and When to Chill
Analyzing your training distribution can reveal the right balance between hard and easy workouts
There’s New Research on How to Avoid Altitude Illness
Experts from the Wilderness Medical Society have combed through the evidence to assess what...
The World’s Fastest (Old) Man
Age has slowed Charles Allie, but only slightly. At 71, he wants the world record in 100 meters...
Extending healthspan and preserving quality of life
In this episode, Dr. Eric Chehab, orthopedic surgeon and sports medicine specialist, explains...
Bone Health in Adult Long-Distance Runners – iRunFar.com
An in-depth look at the scientific understanding of bone health and injuries in adult...