Body was 375 pounds. Ira Sukrungruang bares his soul about their complicated relationship.
In his graphic novel, Dream in Thin Air, Michael Nybrandt explains how he started the Tibet National Football Team to help the Tibetan people showcase their national pride.
Jaimal Yogis, the author and surfer behind “Saltwater Buddha” and his forthcoming memoir, “All Our Waves Are Water,” on riding Buddhism’s three big waves.
Meditators and musclemen don’t seem to have much in common, but Thanissaro Bhikku says meditators can learn a lot from strength training.
Buddhist practitioner Leslie Davis offers three questions you can ask yourself to reel your running mind back to the present moment.
Michael Stone on picking up skateboarding again at age 42—this time as a spiritual practice.
Meditating and running go hand in hand, says Sakyong Mipham. Exercise can be a support for meditation, and meditation can be a support for exercise.
Four sports enthusiasts put their practice into play: Jaimal Yogis surfs, Liz Martin golfs, Laura Munson rides horses, and Melvin McLeod hits the slopes.
For those of you who thought Buddhism was only for pacifists, here’s some news: reigning welterweight boxing champion Keith Thurman studies Buddhism.
For surfer, journalist, and Zen practitioner Jaimal Yogis, his documentary film, “Saltwater Buddha,” has been the ultimate lesson in letting go.