In this inspiring new guide, The Comeback Quotient, best-selling sports journalist Matt Fitzgerald examines the science and stories behind some of the most astonishing comebacks in sport.
RIDE INSIDE from celebrated cycling coaches Joe Friel and Jim Rutberg is the essential guide to get the most out of indoor cycling, smart trainers, classes, and apps.
Girls Running: All You Need to Strive, Thrive, and Run Your Best is a toolkit that empowers girls to have a healthy, successful, and informed running experience.
Triathlon Swimming reveals the rewarding and rigorous Tower 26 program for mastering open-water swimming by the world’s leading open-water swimming coach Gerry Rodrigues and former pro triathlete Emma-Kate Lidbury. The book is now available in bookstores and online at velopress.com/triswim.
There’s a delicate balance when it comes to selecting the optimal amount of carbohydrate to ingest during exercise. This excerpt from The Athlete’s Gut examines how many carbohydrates you need to fuel properly.
Mix up your indoor cycling with one of these two new workouts from Joe Friel, author of the upcoming book RIDE INSIDE (available early this fall).
After dealing with a heart problem, Lennard Zinn found new joy and opportunity with e-bikes. In this excerpt from E-Bike, read how electric bikes transformed the life of one of cycling’s top bike builders.
This rider type quiz from Tom Danielson’s Cycling On Form can help you identify whether you are a climber, a sprinter, a time trialer, or a puncheur.
Your rider type is a product—and representation—of your natural-born mental and physical capabilities. Whether you are a time trialer, a puncheur, a climber, or a sprinter, your rider type is explained here.
Is high-intensity training beneficial for the over-50 athlete? This excerpt from Joe Friel’s best-selling Fast After 50 explains HIIT training’s effects on athletes.
Test out these bike-and-run brick workouts from the new Triathlete Guide to Sprint and Olympic Triathlon Racing and keep yourself in triathlon shape this summer.
Food journals can be used to rein in portions, identify your emotional triggers, and help you reach your healthy weight. Read this introduction to Pamela Nisevich Bede’s 90-day food journal Sweat. Eat. Repeat. to see how a journal can help you reach your goals.
These energy balls can provide a tasty instant hit of energy when you need it most—whether it’s before breaking a sweat or during exercise.
Stress is a fundamental, inevitable part of life. Too much stress can be harmful to your health and performance. This excerpt from The Athlete’s Gut looks at the relationship between stress and athletic performance.
It’s in times like these that our brains and bodies need movement most, but it’s also exactly when we are least likely to exercise. This easy-to-follow challenge can help you fit a little more fitness into your day.
Alysia Montano makes fitness fun with 10 workout challenges that fit your life. In Feel-Good Fitness, a variety of challenges that combine running, strength, and circuit work will help shake things up and get you running and feeling strong.
In this introduction to Alysia Montaño’s new book Feel-Good Fitness, you’ll see how fitness can be a regular, life-giving part of each week. With 10 challenges that combine running, strength work, and drills, Alysia has a workout routine to get you started on your next fitness streak.
Uncover the triggers to GI issues with this in-depth look at the gut for athletes. The Athlete’s Gut by Dr. Patrick Wilson will help you navigate the complicated gut system and will give you insights and tools for preventing stomach distress.