This Central Eastside warehouse encourages Portlanders to train indoors and play outdoors.
Central Oregon's Newberry Caldera has great swimming, hiking, and hot springs. Oh, and also the widest variety of volcanic features of any national park or monument in the United States.
The determinedly mellow Oregon Brewery Running series starts this fall.
It's been a long time coming, and it's not even our first try. After 10 years of planning, Portland's Nike-sponsored bike share program is live.
Why Pokémon Go is being billed as the new fitness app you (and your kids) need to try.
Find sun and stunning vistas on this gentle, car-free stretch of the Historic Columbia River Highway Trail—spandex optional.
Portland native Galen Rupp is on track to run the Olympic marathon. Chasing him, and coach Alberto Salazar, is the elite sport’s complicated relationship with performance shortcuts.
Our city is far ahead of the pack.
Fear of heights? Fear not.
HIT YOUR STRIDE
The proper footwear can make all the difference. Foot Traffic’s Daniel McDuff shares his top five tips.
An hour of sonic power from the local scene, now and always.
Portland Monthly Staff
From herbal deodorant to coconut water cleansing wipes, here’s what to toss in your gym bag.
From bike rides along abandoned rail lines to awe-inspiring waterfall treks, here’s how to experience the Northwest at its most majestic.
We’ve got the naked truth about a fitness subculture.
Parkour fitness. Twerking-inspired workouts. A locally hatched yoga style. Body-positive trainers. In Portland, there’s always a new way to work out.
Katelyn Best, Sylvia Randall-Muñoz, Benjamin Tepler, and Molly Woodstock
It’s definitely not just about the bike.
SWEAT IT OUT
From a circus performer-turned-Pilates innovator to a kettlebell-focused gym, here’s a fistful of hot new fitness options.
Katelyn Best and Zach Dundas
The Portland-launched workout class will tone your tush.
As our city’s climbing scene hits new heights, which crag is right for you?
Lacy Davis once battled anorexia and bulimia. Now she’s flipped the switch on a new kind of workout culture.