In his new international best-selling memoir "My Lovely Wife In The Psych Ward," writer Mark Lukach shares how he managed one of the most difficult experiences anyone could imagine after his wife, Giulia, suffered a sudden psychotic break three years into their marriage. We talked with him about the respite found on late-night beach runs and the importance of self-care in the face of tremendous adversity.
Mindfulness is a practice you could start today—right now—with absolutely no training, and you can find it in the most unexpected places.
To paraphrase Yogi Berra: "Health is 90 percent mental, and the other half is physical." With that in mind, we tested out three of the most popular meditation apps on the market—Headspace, Calm and Aura.
We started Myles because we believe activewear should go far beyond the gym. So we set out to design timeless styles reimagined with cutting-edge performance fabrics and just the right details. These are the pieces that you wear during the best parts of your day—during morning runs or grabbing a post-hike beer with friends. We're excited to grow that vision this year with these new styles made for making moves.
Stop the cycle of denial and indulgence. If you’ve been keeping your diet in check and hitting the gym, trading a few kale salads for pumpkin pie won’t be a big deal.
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.
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.
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).
Names like Jesse Owens, Bo Jackson, and Deion Sanders come to mind, but the conversation starts with Jim Thorpe.
Adventure writer Austin Bennett capped off his two-month road trip with an epic day in the Canadian mountains, and came away with three lessons:
1) Sometimes you just have to go for it
2) Two ascents are better than one
3) Bears hate The Beatles
James Bond started his day with a cold shower in Ian Fleming's novels. Aside from making you feel like a badass, the practice has health benefits you can experience immediately.