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Yoga Can Be for Everyone…Even Runners

Runners don’t typically buy into the yoga hype, and yogis are often equally discriminating against pounding the pavement. But Alice Toyonga believes in the benefits of both, mostly because they both helped save her life. Read More »

Women Mountain Biking Changes Lives

Wendy Engelberg, founder and organizer of Girlz Gone Riding, is using the traditionally male-dominated sport of mountain biking to change the lives of countless women – and in doing so, is honoring the life of one very special woman. 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 »

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 »

Is Night-Eating Killing Your Weight Loss Plan?

ATLX Expert Dr. Robert Ziltzer shares his expertise on the effects of nighttime eating and tips to avoid the lure of the midnight fridge monster. Read More »

Seven Habits of Highly Successful Athletes

June 27, 2013 -- It's time to separate the men from the boys. We've found the following seven habits to be a successful athlete's most valuable variables.
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High vs. Low-Intensity Training: The Debate Continues

Athletes and weekend warriors have benefited greatly from both HIIT and LISS, but which one is better for you? 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 »

Is Triathlon Becoming the New Golf?

We know about the health benefits of finishing a triathlon, and the pride that comes with it. But could triathlon be moving into the business and social world as the new golf? Read More »

Fitness Tips: Do’s & Don’ts for Active Couples

With another Valentine’s Day in the rearview mirror, we’re taking a look at some of the do’s and don’ts for the active couple. Read More »

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