Extreme athlete Dane Rauschenberg with an essay about the unappreciated art of traveling without traveling.
James Fell takes to task authors and trainers who fat-shame and refuse to see the science behind fitness and health.
For many of us the siren song of social media, email and online gaming is almost impossible to resist. So what steps will help you take charge of your technology?
Your old tried-and-true cup of coffee may do more for your brainpower than the latest “brain apps.”
Alan Bishop, with strategies to stop a bad moment from turning into a bad day.
“When you walk into the Dutch Dialysis Center you see blood everywhere.” Sherri Rosen accompanies a friend to dialysis and learns about herself in the process.
Mike Snelle knows how it feels to be just a few moments away from taking his own life. He also knows how it feels to recover.
David Karpel on training his son in self-defense and character development.
Dr. Jed Diamond points out that most men, like most women, are trustworthy.
McDonald’s weight loss experiment proves yet again that eating for weight loss and eating for health are not always the same thing.
James Fell talks about the myth of the quick fix and offers practical tips to get on a sustainable track to better health.
Ross Enamait on the $5 fitness solution.
Movement maverick Rannoch Donald on how doing a little, often, becomes a lot.
Nathaniel Smith shares how forgiveness is a vital component for abusive men trying to change.