This is how our innovative Elements Jacket keeps the rain out while allowing heat and sweat to escape, so you stay dry no matter what.
Our buddy, Chef Stuart O’Keeffe, has offered up a few easy recipes from his cookbook The Quick Six Fix that are sure to please even the pickiest eater in your family. His philosophy is to maximize simple ingredients while minimizing your time in the kitchen, which means these dishes are perfect for when you need to whip up something in a pinch.
Over the last 18 seasons, NHL star Patrick Marleau has racked up franchise scoring records, six All-Star game appearances, and two Olympic gold medals with Team Canada. He kindly invited us to his home to talk about life as a professional athlete and play a little backyard hockey with his four boys.
Whether you’re travelling for work or play, the last souvenir you want to bring home is a few extra pounds. Here are seven steps to living healthy on the road.
All workout and no play? That's no way to build an effective exercise habit. Here are just a few ways to mix up your routine and reinvigorate your approach to fitness.
If you plan on running a Turkey Trot to earn that Thanksgiving feast, or are looking for a PR in your next 5K, the C25K app promises to help you cross that finish line feeling like you’ve been there before. Let’s take a closer look at the C25K app.
Einstein said the definition of insanity is doing the same thing repeatedly and expecting different results. But when it comes to staying healthy, following the same routine for too long will eventually stop paying dividends, especially as we age. Here's how to keep it fresh for continued progress from your 20s through you twilight years.
Meet the man who set two world records on a whim by combining two of our favorite things: running and beer.
We spent a morning with with Jesse Jacobs, founder of San Francisco's famous Samovar Tea, who kindly shared his advice on tea, health and meditation tips, and iced matcha (our new favorite energy drink).
Nearly 50 years ago, a Japanese scientist invented a workout that could be done anywhere and challenge even the best athletes in less time than it takes to make a cup of coffee.
Names like Jesse Owens, Bo Jackson, and Deion Sanders come to mind, but the conversation starts with Jim Thorpe.