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Why Your Warm-Up May Be Slowing You Down

Too long or too intense? Your warm-up may decrease your power output come race time.

U.S. Ironman Championships Coming To NYC

The planners weren't allowed to close any city streets for the inaugural event.

Ask The Experts: What’s The Best Way To Remove Cortisol From Our Systems?

Manipulating your training to avoid performance stagnation and keep it fun is the best way not just to moderate cortisol, but to avoid

Are You Too Emotionally Attached to Your Sports Equipment?

Our editor names her bikes and feels guilty when buying new shoes. Weird or normal?

Karma Comes Back to Bite Floyd Landis in the Butt

Floyd Landis has trashed talked cycling long enough. Now the UCI is biting back.

Sports Science Update: Numbers Do And Don’t Lie

A new study demonstrates the psychological importance of performance feedback.

Book Review: The Athlete’s Guide to Recovery

Sage Rountree has created a truly essential resource for endurance athletes.

How Much Do Tickets to the Olympics Cost?

Want to watch your favorite runners in London next year? Start saving.

Enduro WOW: Crotch Buster

Crotch busters, defined.

Enduro Word Of The Week: The DA Ride

Sometimes mistaken for “no butt” syndrome, a DA may be avoided by properly replenishing the body’s nutritional stores...

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