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Why Do Gravel Grinders Give You Gut Gravy?

If you’re an endurance idiot like me, odds are that you’ve done a long, pointless, awful event (or maybe several dozen of them) and ended …

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Immunonutrition: Eating to Avoid Illness as an Endurance Athlete

 Since exercise is supposed to make us healthy and stuff, you’d think endurance athletes, who spend countless hours running, cycling, paddling, swimming, or (insert action …

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The No Carbs After 6pm Rule! Now Featuring Science!

When it comes to nutrition, I tends to side with science—or at least common sense and strong anecdotal evidence. Usually, this serves me well, but …

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Can losing weight really break your metabolism?

By now, you probably know about the media’s gloomy take on a recent study in the journal Obesity regarding how participants of The Biggest Loser …

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Studies A Go-Go

New Research Shows Black Coffee Makes You Evil and then Kills You

I prefer my morning java unadulterated, therefore I’m a Machiavellian psycho with sadistic tendencies. These findings (not pertaining solely to me, for the record) come from …

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Narcissism

450 Miles in 45 Hours: My Birthday Challenge to Beat Cancer

A couple years ago, Steve Edwards gave me a bike. I don’t mean a beat up, rusty ol’ beach cruiser, but rather a high performance, …

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Bacon. (That’s all I need in this headline to make you read this.)

Few foods are as divisive as cured and processed meats. Although both were created for less-than-culinary reasons (the former to preserve meat, the latter to …

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Studies A Go-Go

Study confirms Americans eat crap, yet probably have a hard time taking one

Americans consume too many calories. We all know that. But a new study out of the University of Illinois shows that our diets may also be …

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What The Hell Is That?

Electrolyte Enlightenment

(NERD ALERT: Today’s post goes to eleven on the geekery-o-meter, so move on if you’re looking for something light and breezy.) Anyone who’s ever seen …

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