Outdoor activities such as biking, climbing and hiking keep you active during the warmer months. Learn more about snow sports like bobsledding and the Iditarod to keep you moving this winter.
Hiking is wildly popular today, thanks in part to the coronavirus spurring more people into the outdoors. But before you head out on that trail, there are some 'trail etiquette' guidelines you need to be aware of.
Some experts argue it's not good to run every single day without letting the body rest. But others take running streaks to another level, and their bodies and minds are better for it.
As summer heats up and starts to sizzle, what could be more fun and refreshing than an inflatable backyard pool of cool? Here's what you need to know before you buy one.
Now that summer is here, you're probably itching to hit the pool or water park. But is it safe during the coronavirus pandemic? We've got good news and some not-so-good-news.
Urban hunting might seem like an oxymoron but many cities and suburbs rely on hunters to keep the deer populations manageable. Here's how it works.
Navigating a massive cruise ship through open waters takes a load of technology. We'll show you how it happens.
In the last few years, trail hiking has exploded in popularity in America. What sparked the increase, and is this a good thing?
It's just about vacation and pool season. But do you know exactly what you're swimming in?
Trophy hunting is extremely polarizing. On one hand, proponents argue it's important for the survival of big game species and conservation of their lands. Opponents say that argument holds no merit. We explore both sides of this divisive issue.
The Boy Scouts of America will no longer include the word 'boy' in its official name. Opinions differ on the change.
Brazilian Rodrigo Koxa sets the world record for biggest wave ever surfed — and it's huge!
The National Rifle Association focuses its considerable power on protecting the Second Amendment — the right to bear arms. But that was not their primary mission in their early years. So what changed?
The National Park Service is considering making RSVPs mandatory for Zion National Park, as crowds have overrun the park.
U.S. runners are taking longer than ever to cross the finish line. But why?
"Dry drowning" sounds scary, and is all over the news. But is it even a real thing?
Think people who do things like jump out of a plane in a kayak have a death wish? A small 2017 study suggests otherwise.
The 20-year-old athlete became the first woman to enter the marathon, and officials tried to physically stop her. They couldn't.
People who take on the 26-mile run may be prone to acute kidney injury, a condition that can cause swelling, pain and even seizures.
Catch up on those missing zzzz's by spending some time in the great outdoors.
In the 20th century, Roger Bannister ran the first ever sub-four-minute mile. Will the 21st century see humans running a marathon in under two hours?
In an effort to encourage kids to wear helmets, designers looked to the iconic, Lego-esque plastic hair of Playmobil toys.
Tabei, also the first woman to reach the highest peak on all seven continents, spent her life challenging social norms and championing environmental causes.
New research finds that bike helmet airbags are pretty darn effective at protecting your noggin from traumatic brain injuries.
Whether they're scrambling up 750-foot Hong Kong skyscrapers or climbing up the world's tallest church, urban climbers are daredevils with a pretty insane view.
Luke Aikins plummeted at 120 mph, risking his life in a daredevil stunt. Physics saved him.