All About the Madness

ATLX Outsiders: Pole Sport

We go to the Believe Fitness Studio to get a closer look at the athletic brilliance required for the art of pole sport. Read More »

Jon Sutherland Can’t Stop Running

Ten broken bones, annoyed girlfriends and a busy work schedule could never convince the 62-year-old writer and coach to snap his running streak. If he keeps running every day, he’ll set the record on May 26, 2014. Find out what makes him tick. Read More »

Ultramarathons Not as Crazy as You’d Think

Yes, ultramarathons – races of greater length than a standard 26.2-mile marathon – can get a bit crazy. Some go upwards of 100 miles and 24 hours. But you’d be surprised just how doable something that hard can actually be. Read More »

What it Takes to be a Solo Sailor

Many people think of solo sailing and they think of boat shoes and umbrella drinks. ATLX spoke with Bruce Schwab, who completed a solo sail around the globe, about the realities of one of the toughest endurance sports. Read More »

Climbing in the Name of Camaraderie

Not only did these Military Men complete the 7 Summits Challenge. They did push ups in extreme conditions to honor Americans fallen soldiers. Read More »

Kacie Cleveland Can’t Stop Climbing

At one point, Kacie Cleveland thought she would never be able to walk, let alone run again. Now she's breaking records in rollerblading and stair climbing. Who knows what she'll accomplish next? Read More »

Biggest Sporting Event You’ve Never Heard Of

This weekend marks the conclusion of the 61st annual Over-the-Line tournament on the beaches of San Diego, where over 50,000 spectators are ready to crown another champion. Read More »

Bringing History to Life: Medieval Combat Reenactment

Athletes come from all walks of life. Find out what it takes to be a medieval reenactor. Read More »

Mind Over Matter: The Ultra Mentality

On Aug. 17, 2013, Zack Schor competed in his first 50-mile race through the Swiss Alps. Find out how he went from his first marathon to becoming an ultrarunner, and how he sustains and trains for a 50-mile run. Read More »

Barholics: The Advanced Calisthenics Movement

Athletes everywhere are dropping the weights and hopping up on the bar -- and then they're raising it. Read More »

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