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psychology
psychology

Imagining How Your Resolutions Will Fail Might Help You Keep Them

This is the ultimate week to consign your mounting failures to the past and start fresh.
Grant Stoddard
1.3.18
Phys Ed
Phys Ed

Most People in the Gym Don't Know How to Use Battle Ropes

They've been misused, misunderstood, and mistaken as a fad workout tool
Nick English
1.3.18
Phys Ed
Phys Ed

Can Running Actually Help You Get Stronger?

A lot of strength athletes neglect cardio completely.
Nick English
12.27.17
Eat This
Eat This

You Should Eat the Entire Egg to Build Muscle

People who ate whole eggs had a 40 percent greater muscle-building response.
Jesse Hicks
12.21.17
tech
tech

iPhones Are Really Bad at Tracking Your Steps

Apple's Health app underestimates your daily step count by up to 21 percent.
Jesse Hicks
12.7.17
Phys Ed
Phys Ed

Women Are Naturally More Fit Than Men, Study Says

It comes down to differences in how our bodies process oxygen.
Kelsey Kennedy
12.6.17
Phys Ed
Phys Ed

Stretching Before a Workout Isn't Doing as Much as You Think

But you might want to do it anyway.
Lou Schuler
12.6.17
Phys Ed
Phys Ed

Five Things We All Get Wrong About Six-Pack Abs

The first step toward getting a six-pack is to kill all the myths about it. ​
Trevor Thieme, CSCS
12.5.17
Running Wild
Running Wild

Running Can Help People Recovering from Addiction Stay Sober

"I felt this high that I had never felt before—with any drugs, with any alcohol."
Cindy Kuzma
11.30.17
Running Wild
Running Wild

Some Runners Feel Totally Lost After a Big Race

I felt a complete lack of structure and motivation after I crossed the finish line.
Michelle Malia
11.28.17
Phys Ed
Phys Ed

13 Ways to Make Winter Camping Suck Less

Done right, it's actually better than summer camping.
Clint Carter
11.28.17
Phys Ed
Phys Ed

These People Wore Masks to Make it Through a Half Marathon

The air quality is that shitty in Delhi, India, right now.
Michelle Malia
11.20.17