Skip Bulletproof Coffee And Just Take The Drugs

Even if you haven't heard of the Bulletproof Diet, you've probably heard of the drink, a mixture of melted butter and black coffee that adherents have in place of breakfast. But while founder Dave Asprey claims his diet and exercise regimen raised his IQ (12 points? More than 20? Who cares!), reduced his need for… » 1/05/15 6:00am 1/05/15 6:00am

All The Dumbass Things Alan Abrahamson Said In His Piece Of Shit Op-Ed

Alan Abrahamson is an Olympic lackey at the highest level, the Peter King of the IOC, and one doesn't get to the top of the ass-kissing heap of five-ring propagandists by not knowing how to get along. But Abrahamson went from benign sycophant to unabashed Benedict Arnold when he took to his website to decry the loss… » 12/19/14 3:38pm 12/19/14 3:38pm

Hurdler Kristi Castlin Tells You How To Not Get Fat Over The Holidays 

Kristi Castlin is a very good hurdler. How good? The 26-year-old Atlanta native beat American record-holder Brianna Rollins in the 100-meter hurdlers in the spring, breaking Rollins' two-year winning streak. It came down to the thousandth of a second—Castlin's 12.571 seconds to Rollins' 12.576—and when the margin for… » 12/17/14 6:00am 12/17/14 6:00am

USA Track & Field Will Do Whatever It Damn Well Wants

It's been over nine months since Andrew Bumbalough, a spindly runner from Tennessee, was disqualified from the 2014 USA Indoor Championships after officials misidentified him for another athlete. On Friday evening, USA Track & Field's Board of Directors issued a statement that they had voted to reinstate the athlete's… » 12/08/14 6:31am 12/08/14 6:31am

Endurance Athletes May Soon Be Electrocuting Their Brains

What if, prior to Thursday's Turkey Trot, a few minutes hooked up to a 9-volt battery could have lowered your heart rate, increased your power, and made every mile feel easier? This is the promise of ongoing research on transcranial direct current stimulation, or tDCS. And while the early test results are far from… » 11/29/14 6:17am 11/29/14 6:17am

Clif Cuts Ties With Some Of Its Most Infamous Climbers

On November 7, the rock climbing magazine Rock and Ice reported Clif Bar had cut five of its 20 sponsored climbers. It's not uncommon for companies like Clif to add and drop athletes, but this was different: the five it cut—Alex Honnold, Dean Potter, Steph Davis, Cedar Wright and Timmy O'Neill—are some of the most… » 11/27/14 6:31am 11/27/14 6:31am