April 2004: Get Some Momentum!

April 2004: Get Some Momentum!




Life In the Fit Lane

Are you using your body for real – or going through the motions of working out with no…continued

On the Cover


Full Speed Ahead: Allyson Felix

Sprinter Allyson Felix on her race to the Olympics.…continued


Healing With Nature

When a back injury made her desk job impossible, psychotherapist Susan Scott discovered…continued

How I'm Doing It

Comeback Queen

Injury and illness have set this athlete back now and then, but they haven't broken her…continued

Head Out

To the Top of the World

It took Sean Burch eight years to gear up for his ascent of one of the world's most…continued

Form & Function

More Power to You

Power training works to develop both strength and speed. If you want to improve your…continued


Real-Results Fitness

Weary of working toward weight loss – or worse, toward nothing in particular? Choose one…continued

Fitness Fixes

Momentum Busters

Has something derailed your fitness plan? Here's how to get back on track.…continued

Full Speed

Team Adventure

What sets adventure races apart from other endurance events? A compass, a few teammates…continued


Too Much of a Good Thing

Americans are downing protein more than ever. But how much protein do you really need?…continued


Little Gland, Big Trouble

Meet your thyroid, a delicate little gland located at the front of your throat. It…continued


Spring Forward

Plentiful in springtime, dark greens are a fine way to coax your diet from its winter…continued

Thoughts From the Founding Editor

Off and Running

I've been running for a few years now. I like it, mostly. Except when I hate it.…continued


The Energy of Spring

Seize the season to make clear choices and leap into committed action.…continued

Letter From the Founder-Perspective

Rock – and Roll

Spring is the season of new projects and brave commitments. It's a time when many people…continued


Mix Your Own Motivation

Just as the presence of good music can lend powerful momentum to a workout, the lack of it…continued