Tanner Bowden


Education: University of Vermont
Expertise: Running, Outdoors, Skiing

With a narrative-focused approach across all mediums, Tanner has produced travel stories, profiles, how-tos, gear reviews, and tales about technology and trends. Topics include running, biking, skiing, technology, the crafts, and sustainability. Collaborators include internationally recognized media outlets and companies such as: Outside, Eater, Gear Patrol, Field Mag, Men’s Journal, The Quality Edit, Trip Savvy, Eater, Whalebone, Freeskier, and The Radavist. Formerly based in New York City, currently residing in Vermont.

About the Edge

The Edge is an editorial outlet from Hone Health that delivers science-backed, expert-driven content to help you live better for longer. Our content is powered by experienced health and lifestyle journalists and reviewed by members of our Advisory Board, who are notable experts in their respective disciplines, from urology and endocrinology to nutrition and fitness.

Latest From Tanner Bowden

Cardio Won’t Kill Your Muscle Gains—As Long As You Do This

Here’s why the common fear of gym-goers hoping to bulk up is largely a myth.

These Are the Healthiest (and Best) Instant Ramen Brands

A new class of companies are packing more protein and less fat into our favorite microwaveable meal. Which does it best?

An Honest Review of Algae Cooking Oil: Your Next Cooking Oil or Try-Hard Fad?

We tested it (and looked at the research) to find out.

Like Gymshark? Here Are 11 More Brands Like It

Gymshark isn't the only brand making gym shirts, shorts, and apparel that performs as good as it looks.

Oura Ring vs. Ultrahuman: Which Is Better?

Oura's Gen3 health tracking smart ring faces new competition from the impressive Ultrahuman Ring Air with a lot of similarities, but some key differences too.

Our Honest Review of the Ultrahuman Air, a Smart Ring That Tracks a Little Bit of Everything

A wearable that doesn't look "smart" is a big selling point.

Yes, Runners, You Should Be Lifting Weights and Training Strength, Too

Lifting weights will make you a better runner. But how, and how much do you need to do to see gains?