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Darcy describes the violent abuse he survived as a child and how it altered the course of his life.
As COVID-19 keeps athletes inside, in-home cycling can provide some terrific workouts.
Demauni describes his reaction to meeting T-Pain when he was a kid and how the experience was different than he thought it would be.
Here are a few tips to keep in mind as an athlete as COVID-19 takes hold of the United States.
Aleyna describes an instance where she changed herself for a crush and why she wouldn’t do it again.
By understanding your hormones, female athletes can time workouts to maximize gains.
Ryan describes the accident which resulted in him losing a limb and how he has adjusted to life since then.
I'm hoping that by increasing foot and calf mobility I can conquer longstanding discomfort and injuries.
We found the products to help you get the most out of your tiny kitchen so you don’t have to.
Alex explains how he discovered that long term methadone use had affected his sex drive.
Think you’re getting enough D from dairy and sunlight? Think again.
Maria shares her thoughts on why it’s important to balance being independent while also having people to rely on.
Getting hurt always presents setbacks but it doesn’t mean you have to give up.
The thoracic spine is a key part of stabilization and strength but is too often overlooked.
Zac shares why he does not believe in fairy tales and discusses the opportunity they present to teach children.
Some common reasons and treatments for when runners’ feet ache.
Jade describes how they would like to use art to get more people involved in politics and allow people to see new perspectives.
If your menstrual cycle is interrupted, the reasons might be more complicated than you suspect.
Ashley describes the evolution of a relationship of a friend and what it taught her about maintaining friendships with others.
Myths and misconceptions surround physical conditioning and periods. Let's set the record straight.
Josiah describes why he enjoys trolling people in real life and how his behavior has affected his relationships with others.
There's no silver bullet but rest is key to battling illness during training—and so is knowing when you’re too sick to run.
Aaron discusses how he decided that he would run for public office and some of the ways in which he can help improve New York City.
Runners aren’t at higher risk for knee injury but still need to pay attention to their joints.

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