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Intro to Interval Training

Interval Training

The Best Yoga Poses for Bikers

1. Standing Forward Bend (Uttanasana)<p><b>What it does:</b> After a long bike ride, standing forward fold will release the tension along the back side of your …

The roadmap to starting CrossFit

Unless you’ve been hiding under a rock for the past five years, you’re probably at least somewhat familiar with CrossFit. What might not be clear is …


The MF Guide to Extreme Outdoor Sports

The 18 Most Adventurous People in the World Right Now<p>Rodrigo Koxa Sets World Record for Largest Wave Ever Surfed<p>8 Essential Tips for Hiking With Your …


Mountain Bikes vs. Road Bikes

Road Bikes

Success Story: Officer Slams Fat

<b>Name:</b> Chad Evans<b><br>Hometown:</b> Kansas City, Missouri<b><br>
Age:</b> 38<b><br>Height:</b> 5’8”<b><br>Occupation:</b> Police Officer<p><b>Weight Before:</b> 208 pounds<b><br>Weight After:</b> 170</b> …


RHC2013 Month 2 Workout

Think Small and Grow Big

Have you ever tried to use the bench press on a Monday night a 5 PM? It’s almost impossible. Most gym goers will never skip a chest or arms workout, …


How to get lean: 25 ways to lose fat faster

1. Do intervals and high-intensity training (HIIT)<p>You’ve heard about their benefits—and for good reason. If you’re looking for a surefire way to burn …

Fast and Furious Workout Playlist

<b>1. “We Own It” – 2 Chainz and Wiz Khalifa (from Fast & Furious 6):</b> If you’ve been a <i>Fast</i> fan from the very beginning, you’ll appreciate a music video …

Rap & Hip-Hop

The drugs do work: my life on brain enhancers Could an unlicensed mind pill restore the energy lost to multiple sclerosis? For a novelist who feared her working life was over, it was worth the risk… Illustration: Noma Bar

What if the best thing we could do for our children is just to leave them alone? 'In Europe and America alike, many kids today are effectively under house arrest.' Jay Griffiths on why modern parenting is making our children miserable: Photograph: Joel Redman/Gallery Stock

The amnesiac we'll never forget When an operation left Henry Molaison unable to form new memories, he became the most important patient in the history of brain science. Tim Adams talks to Suzanne Corkin, the neurologist who worked with 'HM' for 46 years: Photograph: Allen Lane

For many people a news ban might make sense. But it isn't automatically a path to an objectively 'clearer' way of thinking: Illustration: Robin Hursthouse

Should the old-fashioned lecture be condemned? Jimmy Wales, the founder of Wikipedia, has suggested that university lectures are doomed because of the proliferation of online courses. What do you think? Photograph: David Oxberry / Mood Board / Rex

Great British bike rides: north-west Scotland In part two in Guardian Travel's series of five challenging UK cycle routes, we head up into remote north-west Scotland for plenty of lochs, beaches and steep mountain climbs Look out on Wednesday for: North York Moors Photo: Cycling the Lochinver route. Dave Barter

The 10 best picnic recipes A healthy take on coronation chicken, a savoury stuffed cob loaf, Japanese rice balls and individual apple compote trifles – all washed down with lashings of lemonade, of course All photographs and prop styling: Yuki Sugiura for the Guardian

Conscious computing: how to take control of your life online Twitter, Facebook, Google… we know the internet is driving us to distraction. But could sitting at your computer actually calm you down? Oliver Burkeman investigates the slow web movement Photograph: Aaron Tilley for the Guardian

Star Trek Into Darkness: how it was made, by the people who made it JJ Abrams got 'the band back together' for his big budget sequel. We meet the key players to talk period hair, blue drinks and 'sexy Klingons'

Is good grammar still important? The inaugural Bad Grammar award has gone to a group of academics for an open letter in which they criticised education secretary Michael Gove. Are we too hung up on the correct use of language? Photograph: John Stillwell/PA

20 ways to keep your internet identity safe from hackers Do you use the same password for all websites? Do you overshare on Facebook? If so, you're a target for cybercriminals – whose computer scams are costing Britain £27bn a year. We asked experts for their top tips to beat the fraudsters:

The education secretary, Michael Gove, has come under fire for citing PR-commissioned opinion polls as evidence of teenagers' ignorance of important historical events. Gove's department has admitted he cited polls originating from Premier Inn and UKTV Gold press releases, prompting the Labour MP and historian Tristram Hunt to label him "Mr Sloppy". Photograph: Oli Scarff/Getty Images

British male identity crisis 'spurring machismo and heartlessness' Diane Abbott speech to Demos thinktank warns of rapid economic change creating a disaffected 'Fight Club' generation Photograph: Alamy

Internet dating: why is it so hard to find a NORMAL single bloke? After a year of duds, Northern Lass, 32, wishes she could just do things the old-fashioned way – flutter eyelashes in a bar. For the Guardian's Northerner blog, she opens an occasional series on navigating the new dating jungle Photograph: Lasse Kristensen/Alamy

Hand-drawn maps are enjoying a renaissance as contemporary artists use their imagination, creativity and humour to breathe new life into the traditional craft of cartography. Guardian Travel feature 10 of the best: Photograph: Jenni Sparks

Amazon paid £3m tax on £4bn UK sales Online retailer's tax charge brings to £6m the total corporation tax raised from in a decade Photograph: Chris Radburn/PA

Alaska's erosion hastened by climate change Warmer temperatures, heavy rain, flooding, sea-level rise and retreating sea ice are stealing the ground from beneath Alaskans' feet. Interactive from Guardian US' latest special report from Alaska:

Guardian front page Friday 17 May: MP on Google tax avoidance scheme: 'I think that you do evil'

Is computing speed set to make a quantum leap? Quantum mechanics research could hold the key to a new generation of super-fast computers Photograph: Rex Features