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Where Dance Meets Fight

Conquering Alpe d'Huez

A woman's personal journey of conquering Alpe-d'Juez

A Few of My Favorite Nutrition Things

A variation of blogs, books and websites that help with health

Are You Watching the Gold Cup?

The Gold Cup

Using Cold Therapy for Recovery

Chances are the athlete in your life is using some form of cold therapy to treat overuse injuries, chronic pain, and any acute injuries that may have arisen. Cold therapy (applying ice or cold to an injury site) reduces swelling and pain, causes blood vessels to constrict and limit internal bleeding, reduces or prevents inflammation, and speeds recovery after hard workouts

Decoding Roller Derby

Digging into the comeback of Roller Derby

First Annual Hill Country Marathon Partners with Two Local Charities

Lace up your sneakers for the first annual Hill Country Marathon in Marble Falls, Texas.

The Pulse: July 2013

Working Out Under the Sun

Some tips for training and racing through the Austin summer.

Climb!

A look into the cycling routes in Bourg-d’Osians

Circuit of The Americas™ Joins Popular Tour of Austin Cycling Event With Criterium Race on Aug. 31

Change the Way You Ride

Get Unusual in Your Water Workouts with IM

How to make the most of every stroke for maximum results

First Days in a Running Group--the Great Equalizer

The highs and lows of joining a new running group.

Basic Lean Burgers with Mango-Pineapple Salsa

Grooving Movement, Side to Side

Focusing on multidirectional movement is a great way to maximize your potential to become a versatile athlete.

Wild and Wacky Sports

BRCA1 and BRCA2 Genetic Testing

What you need to know about the BRCA genes.

The Family Takes a Hike

Tips for getting your family out on the trail this summer

By the Numbers: July 2013

Cool-Down

The Contre La Montre

Three Perspectives: AFM Tries Sunless Tanning

Wearing Red, White, and Blue

Alpe-d’Huez Madness

Sand vs. Indoor Volleyball: The Same, But Different

Coach Mo’s Pyramid Challenge

Four Gadgets To Help You Stay Fit and Healthy

The best gadgets to help you achieve your fitness goals.

The 2013 Doctor Guide

Here are some of Austin's resources to keep you well and get you healthy.

Fit Fun: No Pain and All Gain

Letters from the publisher

Becoming the Strongest Woman I Can Be

“No Limits”: Taking a look at Audrey Mestre and Freediving Through ESPN’s Nine for IX Film Series

Texas 4000: Reflecting on the Ride

ESPN Selects Austin, Texas, to Host X Games in North America

ESPN, the leading action sports content provider and creator of the X Games, has chosen Austin, Texas, as the next North American host city for the X Games.

Diet and Exercise—What Really Works?

Seven Tips for Applying Sunless Tanner

Is Cancer in Your Future?

Looking into how your family genetics can affect your cancer risks.

New all-women cycle tour hopes to take the intimidation out of cycling

Day by Day: The Texas 4000 Continues Onward to Alaska

The Texas 4000, Fighting Cancer Every Mile

Can You Cheat the Clock?

Author Margaret Pressler argues science can help fight aging

Face It: Overcoming Injury Requires Hard Work.

The long, hard work it takes to tackle an injury.

Wilderness Rescue

Why it is so important to stay fit if you want to save lives

Beauty, Brawn, and Boatloads O’ Fun

2nd Annual Wild West Open: Kettlebell Sport Championships

Encouraging Your Kids to be Stronger Swimmers

How parents can make use play to teach technique

Art Outside Festival 2013

The Art Outside Festival features fitness workshops in acro-yoga, yoga, dance, and more!

Acupuncture Works

Testing positive for BRCA1 and BRCA2

Adding in Training Camps

The benefits of training camps