The simple joy of movement - wherever and however you choose to do it - unites us all. Because one way or another, there's an everyday athlete inside all of us.
Hike stylishly and comfortably this fall by cherry-picking the right layers for all conditions.By Mark Cohen
Every parent will agree that hiking with little ones has its ups and downs. But with well-planned routes and a couple hacks, wanderwegs can actually be a lot of fun.By Mark Cohen
Success in pro racing boils down to the sum of many parts. And no one knows that better than Switzerland’s strongest XC racing team.
With the warm weather now here, and the days filled with more light, you might be entertaining the idea of riding your first century. So, what’s a century exactly and how do you prep for it?
Catterall expected to dig deep during 1,400-kilometer effort.By Mark Cohen
Simple ways everyday athlete Yann Gobert gets ready to run summer trail events.
Here, ODLO drops the next in our series of videos with Annecy-based Team TSL that examine the beauty of running in high places.
Former UTMB staffer and competitive ski racer takes over team management as TSL adds to existing talent in 2022.
After a long cross-country season spent skiing and competing, week in, week out, how soon should you start training again? What should you focus on?
As a former competitive athlete in cross-country skiing, I know what diligence and consistency are. Without regular training, passion and the necessary portion of heart and soul, an athlete does not get far. But away from sport. Thanks to regularity, we can develop fun in any activity in everyday life, because regularity brings consistency, practice and finally progress.
OWN IT - Your body, mind, attention, intention and dreams. Forget the fashion magazines, the influencer accounts and the perfect BMI, it's time to say, "I'm doing this for me." You OWN IT - All of it!
Stew Crew have high hopes for next Engadiner.By Mark Cohen
Focus on rhythm and timing, says Swiss biathlete Aita Gasparin.By Mark Cohen
As the leaves begin fall from the trees and the temperatures start to drop, winter sports fans look forward to the first exciting weeks of the season. Content creator and ski instructor, Marius Quast, already had the opportunity to wear the I-Thermic midlayer last winter and it kept him warm all throughout his adventures.