Balance, flexibility, coordination, and strength are the fundamentals of ice skating.
Two Olympic skiers offer advice and drills designed to help you feel more confident on your next run down the mountain.
Basketball demands an active body and a calm mind. Two experts offer techniques for training both.
Swimming requires focused breathing and a strong core. Three experts share their secrets for mastery.
Kayaking requires a strong core, good posture, and comfort in the water. Three guides share their secrets.
These Canadian outings will inspire you to break out of hibernation and enjoy the season.
These getaways combine adventure with health-enhancing options, leaving you feeling recharged and ready for anything.
Hitting the road for the first time? Get a smooth start with this advice.
Road biking can expand your horizons in more ways than you might expect.
Upgrade your next trip with these eight travel necessities.
Ready to expand your horizons? Our travel and gear guide will help you go where you’ve never gone before.
These fresh takes on three popular sports will get you outside, moving your body, building community, and feeling like a kid again.
Our nation’s most iconic vacation destinations are that much more awe-inspiring when you experience them up close under your own steam.
Gritty, military-inspired team adventures push your mental and physical limits. They may also redefine your idea of fun.
Roll right over the winter blahs by heading south for a warm-weather bike tour.
Thanks to its physical and mental challenges, rock climbing gives new meaning to upward mobility.
Zip lining through the trees is exhilarating fun. It’s also a great way to see a rarely witnessed world.
Get past the stereotypes of snow and ice, and you’ll discover a warmer side of Canada – one that’s ideal for outdoor adventures of all sorts.
Test your physical strength on a trek below the rim of one of America’s most challenging natural wonders: the Grand Canyon.
Feeling frozen out of your favorite outdoor activities? A warm-weather paddling, climbing or cycling getaway and a change of scenery may help you beat the winter blahs.