Zip lining through the trees is exhilarating fun. It’s also a great way to see a rarely witnessed world.
Roll right over the winter blahs by heading south for a warm-weather bike tour.
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.
Cramps and side stitches can derail any workout. Here’s how to treat and prevent these painful contractions.
The annual ride across Iowa offers an exhilarating test of fitness and a large dose of Midwestern hospitality.
Whether you want to learn the ropes or just feel the wind in your hair, sailing is an exhilarating – and affordable – getaway for the whole family.
Weak glutes can wreak havoc on your back, hips and knees, so building a strong bottom should be a top fitness priority.
Too much? Too little? What to drink and when? Staying hydrated doesn’t have to be confusing – especially once you’re armed with these slick tips from sports-nutrition experts.
Wine and cheese aren’t the only things that get better with age. Thanks to masters divisions in many sports, older athletes are finding fun new ways to get fit.
Discover one of the world’s fastest-growing and easiest-to-learn fitness routines: Nordic walking.
Pilates can lengthen and strengthen muscles, turn your core from weak to sleek, and even rehab old injuries. Here’s what you need to know about this popular mind-body method.
Feeling the need for speed? Yearning to turn on your turbojets? Overspeed training may deliver the velocity you’ve been missing.
Convenient and safe, indoor climbing is attracting enthusiasts at all fitness levels. Discover the fundamentals of this engaging sport – and why it’s likely to leave your whole body looking and feeling solid as a rock.
You may not make it to the Games in Italy this winter, but there’s no reason you can’t learn to ski jump, speed skate and even tackle the luge like an Olympian.