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man sprinting on a 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.”
A man using an tablet and talking to a woman in a fitness setting.
By Gina DeMillo Wagner 
Find out how personality-typing systems can help you discover activities and regimens you’ll really enjoy.
A man swimming in a lap pool.
By Sarah Tuff Dunn
Swimming requires focused breathing and a strong core. Three experts share their secrets for mastery.
A man kayaking in open water.
By Sarah Tuff Dunn
Kayaking requires a strong core, good posture, and comfort in the water. Three guides share their secrets.
A cluster of cyclists all riding together on the road.
By Michael Dregni
Training intensity is the key to raising your cycling game, according to Tour de France winner Greg LeMond.
A woman mid golf swing.
By Yael Grauer
Expert advice for improving your golf game while also preventing overuse injuries.
A woman runs up a hill.
By Nicole Radziszewski
This high-intensity workout takes hill repeats to the next level.
A woman playing tennis outdoors.
By Yael Grauer
Learn how to maximize your potential on the tennis court with tips from two pros.
people in a cycle studio setting up their bikes
By Kaelyn Riley
Advice to help you feel empowered and ready to ride.
a woman with goggles and a swim cap sits on the edge of a pool
By Lauren Bedosky
The first step to breathing better in the water? Breathing better out of the water.
A man underwater with goggles and a swim cap swimming laps in a pool.
By Heidi Kelchner
Whether you run, cycle, or lift weights, here are some good reasons to make swimming part of your cross-training repertoire.
One man and two women who are wearing masks doing yoga poses inside a yoga class.
By Kelle Walsh
Want to take your game to the next level? Try these six yoga poses, customized to help with running, strength training, basketball, cycling, tennis, and swimming.
overhead view of bike handle bars and brake lines
By Michael Dregni
Bikes mean big business — and huge health benefits — according to a first-of-its-kind study.
person riding a bike on a country road
By Kara Douglass Thom
Road riding is a great outdoor fitness activity. But it requires some cycling savvy – and some basic safety smarts.
a man performs the butterfly stroke in a pool
By Kara Douglass Thom
Increasing your stroke cycle can make you speedy. But lengthening your stroke may be the most important key to competitive success.
Illustration of a woman doing a lunge with high guard.
By Yael Grauer
Here’s how to build the strength and mobility you need — while warding off injuries that could put a crimp in your golf game.
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