Floods are the costliest and most common natural disasters in the United States. Thankfully, they're easy to prepare for.
Jiu Jitsu is all about whupping ass. But the "gentle art" also teaches some lessons students can take outside the dojo.
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Tristan Gooley is arguably the world's foremost natural navigation expert. In his latest book, he tells how to predict weather, traffic patterns, and more by looking at water.
Hundreds of people die every year in America's deserts. Follow these six tips to avoid becoming one of them.
Rock climbers are not an uptight bunch, but even they have rules. Follow these seven guidelines to stay in everyone's good graces at your local spot.
So you want to hike from Canada to Mexico? We've got seven reasons you should try a shorter trip first.
Packing your bike for air travel? Follow these tips to make sure it survives the trip.
In many ways, Brazilian Jiu Jitsu fighter Mike Powers gets hurt for a living. Over his 18-year career, he's developed a simple, effective system for keeping those injuries minor.
Traveling by air with your bike doesn't have to suck. With the right system, it can actually be a (relatively) cheap and efficient process.
Sick of the gear world's obsession with shedding ounces? You'll find an ally in primitive camping evangelist David Canterbury.