58. Find Your Fitness Edge

Flirt with it in ways that feel good and exhilarating. Bursts of high-intensity exercise trigger positive, dramatic changes and help catalyze the body’s healing response.


A Manifesto for Thriving in a Mixed-Up World

We’re living in a society that is wired up to make us sick, overweight, depressed and stressed out.We can change this mixed-up reality.We can reclaim our well-being and create a better, more blissful world.




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Pavel Tsatsouline

Pavel Tsatsouline is a former Soviet Special Forces physical training instructor and consultant for the US Marine Corps, US Secret Service and US Navy SEALs.




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Brendan Brazier

Ironman triathlete and marathoner, Brendan Brazier is one of a handful of professional athletes who eats a 100 percent plant-based diet.




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Dane Miller

Dane Miller is the owner of the first “strength farm.”




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Pamela MacElree

This powerhouse helps women embrace strength training as an essential part of their health and fitness.





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Tony Gentilcore

Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) with a no-nonsense approach to training and corrective exercise experience.




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Mark Verstegen

Fitness and nutrition tips from Athletes’ Performance, one of the premier sports training organizations.




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The Cyclist’s Training Bible

Essential reading for training and recovery approaches.




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Mike Robertson

Training tips from a top physical therapist and personal trainer.




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Bill Hartman

One of the best physical therapists around talks muscle imbalances and training protocols.




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Rediscover Your Inner Athlete

Strategies for rethinking your self-image and goals so you can enjoy the benefits of a realistic, and really fun, fitness identity.




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Finding Your Fitness Edge

The motivational phrase “No pain, no gain” is as tired as it is inaccurate. But that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t push yourself to new limits and higher workout highs.




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Yes, You Can Do a 5K

No matter your current fitness level, completing a 5K is both doable and fun. Here’s how to get yourself to the starting line — and across the finish.




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Intuitive Training for Fitness

Want better workout results in less time? Start taking direction from your body. It knows exactly what to do.




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