Finding the perfect trail running shoe is nearly as hard as selecting a ski boot. Read these tips before you buy.
Now that the ski season has ended, it’s time to transition to your summer sport. Trail running is a great way to get outdoors and stay in shape for next winter. But your ordinary sneakers just won’t cut it. You need a tougher shoe that can withstand the demands of the unpaved trail.
Be in late-season form when the first flakes fall. SKI's pre-season training regimen will get you fit.
Labor Day—the unofficial end of summer—is looming, and with it the realization that your grand plans to maintain last season’s ski legs fell apart sometime around Memorial Day. Soon the kids will go back to school and the pool will close. But before you put your best intentions—and your swimsuit—in a drawer, consider this: A slow-and-steady approach to ski fitness is far more manageable than a post-Halloween mad-dash.