If you don’t top off your tank in the morning, you’ll lack the mental and physical energy you need to get through your workout and your workday.
These daily herbal supplements may enhance the effects of your training.
A high-fat diet may help reduce stomach distress for some athletes. Here’s how it works and when to consider trying it.
Plus, how to produce more collagen naturally.
Try making chocolate milk at home to boost its recovery benefits.
Grab these picks for a stress-free season.
For many runners, oatmeal is a go-to way to kick off the day.
Two-time Olympian Molly Huddle is sharing the recipe to the dish her mom makes every year.
Practicing gratitude can help you run better—all year long.
The 2017 steeplechase world champion shared her recipe for perfectly stackable fritters.
Some of the best foods to fight inflammation are in season. Here is what you should be eating to keep soreness and swelling at bay.
The best mains, sides, pies, and more for all your holiday gatherings.
According to a new study, overtraining and underfueling share pathways, symptoms, and diagnostic complexities. Those connections have important implications for long-term adaptation and health.
The pro runner's family recipe for pozole makes for an amazing pre-holiday meal to gather everyone together.
Let's get the discomfort off your chest and understand why the girls hurt and what you can do about it.
A starter guide on upping your game through meditation.
Here are nine common signals you should pay attention to and what they mean when you experience them.
Yes, we can overcome serious food and body issues, but it takes work.
For years there’s been a dearth of scientific research on what female bodies need for optimal performance. Here’s what we now know about how women runners should fuel their bodies differently from men.
Can COVID-19 Hurt Your Running Performance Long-Term? Medical Professionals Say It’s Still Too Soon To Tell
While fitness seems like a protective factor, doctors urge us all to remain vigilant against getting sick.
These muffins have made it onto our regular breakfast menu: Pumpkin Streusel, Spelt Blueberry Yogurt, and Vegan Red Velvet.
This week on Mastering Meal Prep with Elyse Kopecky, we cut up.
As part of her series on knife skills, Elyse shows the best way to break down a sweet potato for meal prep.
As part of her series on knife skills, Elyse is getting into the details of onion prep.
As part of her series on knife skills, Elyse teaches how to correctly cut up garlic.
Do these five quick and easy moves, which are designed to quiet your stress reflex and bring your body back into equilibrium.
A new study shows just 30 minutes of exercise can help shake off cognitive fatigue.
Seriously, we made them all.
These homemade donuts are some of our faves. They even have a little coffee kick in the dough to live up to their name. If you love all things pumpkin spice, you have got to try these.
And what we don't know yet.
Apple cider vinegar has been making a huge comeback for its health benefits—is the gummy version the solution to a face-puckering problem?
Run faster, lift more, jump higher—no matter what your sport of choice is, there are always ways to improve. But one thing can get in the way every time: Chronic inflammation.
Can't see the forest for the trees? These lifestyle tips will help reframe your perspective on prioritizing your own health.
Autumn flavors combine in a fresh, light salad for a no-cook dish that spans the seasons.
The best high-protein breakfasts for athletes (and no, you don't have to eat eggs).
Myths about how high your heart rate should go persist.
Drinking was messing with his performance, so an endurance athlete set out to make a delicious nonalcoholic beer.
How science is bridging the gap between physical and mental health.
The combo of red peppers and tomatoes makes for a vitamin C payload.
Is there a special quality shared by top athletes who triumph over great challenges? And can anyone acquire it?
Bioavailability reveals which nutrients on the plate work in harmony and which battle absorption.
The quick carbs and lean protein help with recovery.
A sports scientist explains why our bodies seem to be working against us at times.
Sure, salads are healthy – but new research suggests they might be especially great for those at-risk for heart disease. The key to a healthier heart could lie in packing your plate with more leafy green veggies.
These unusual up-and-coming sports nutrition products come with some promising research that may make them a popular choice for those putting in the mega-miles.
This powerhouse in a bowl can be served as a smaller side with meat, chicken, or fish.
There are many ways to enjoy your off season from running.
An ankle injury can really put a kink in your race plans. Here’s how to treat and prevent common ankle injuries.
This soba noodle salad came to be when Shalane Flanagan—and her world-record holder mom—fell in love with homemade peanut sauce.
If you’re suffering from joint pain, going plant-based could improve your quality of life.
Wake up to these pumpkin-spiced waffles, made with a blend of almond and coconut flours.