Tyghe Trimble

Tyghe Trimble is the Editor-in-Chief of Fatherly, the leading digital media brand for dads. Tyghe oversees Fatherly’s editorial team with the aim to create content that empowers readers to raise great kids and lead more fulfilling adult lives. Prior to Fatherly, Tyghe was the digital director of Men’s Journal, where he launched their website and grew the digital footprint of this storied magazine. Before that, he was the lead digital editor of Popular Mechanics, the 119-year-old Hearst publication. Prior to that, Tyghe was the news editor for Discover where he began a life-long passion for science, health, and environmental journalism.

Dad Bod

36 Cardio Exercises That Will Whip You Into Shape

These lung-searing, heart-beating cardio moves will get you in shape fast.


Insta-Fun! Activities For Kids, No Planning Required

Looking for an activity for kids that doesn't require a day of prep and hours of oversight? Look no further, Insta-Fun is here!


Forging New Traditions

Starting a new tradition is no small task. Still, it is a worthy one. Parents especially have the opportunity to create something that lasts for generations and helps their children feel connected to a broader family narrative. Here's how to do it.


The New Rules of Style

It’s not that there are no rules for how a man dresses in 2022 — it’s that they’re broader, freer, and more accepting. Here’s how to make the most of this freedom — and find the right style for you.

Rolling On The River

Packrafts For The Rest Of Us

Whitewater rafting is a blast, but isn’t exactly an accessible activity. A new type of watercraft is here to change all that.

Watch Together

The 100 Greatest Kids Movies Of All Time According to Movie Critic Dads

From golden oldies to 21st-century instant classics, here’s our deeply curated, and surely controversial, ultimate ranking of 100 movies kids must see before they hit their 10th birthday.

Dad Bod

This Tabata Pushup Challenge Will Get You Seriously Fit

What's a Tabata pushup challenge? A four-minute workout that will get you in shape in just one month.

Dad Bod

10 Killer Fitness Tips From Peloton Instructor (And Busy Mom) Robin Arzón

Robin Arzon's tips on how to be a fitness hustler — just what a parent needs.

Run In The Sun

8 Hot Tips For Running In The Heat

Get your sweat on — and the gains going.

Crunch Time

The Only 10 Core Moves You Need

Core strength matters — so let's get crunching.

Dad Bod

HIIT For Beginners: 25 Moves To Incorporate In Your Next Workout 

Want results this year? Resolve to do more high intensity interval training.

Hut On High

The Tentstile Stingray Is The Most Flashy And Comfortable Tent Around

This hammock tent takes sleeping on the ground completely out of the equation.


22 Family Adventures for the Bold

For your next family vacation, paddle to your own island, bike from inn to inn, or take a road trip through the most remote regions of Patagonia. What’s stopping you?


Letters to Boys

Fatherly's “Letters to Boys” project, offers boys (and the men raising them) guidance in the form of heartfelt advice given generously by great men. This is by no means a definitive guide to the issues boys face, but the letters tackle self-worth, the internet, civic duty, aggression, groupthink, bullying, and masculinity.


The Dad Special: Recipes for Kids, Food for the Family

What's a dad special? A meal the kids want, the parents love, and dad cooks. Whether it's a family recipe or a new tradition, the dad special is legend.

See Worthy

Skyland Has the Secluded Chill You Only Find at a National Park Lodge

Tucked in Shenandoah National Park, the 127-year-old resort remains gloriously free of modernity — cell service and Wi-Fi included.


Emily Oster: We Should All Be Running Our Families Like Corporations

In her new book, the economist and parenting guru argues that the best way to raise a growing family is to manage them, like a boss.


The Curious Cases of Men Who Get Pregnancy Symptoms

Some men feel their partner’s pregnancy more than others — and they might be better dads for it. 


Justin Baldoni Is Calm In a Crisis

The actor on the trauma, pain, anxiety, and the opportunity he sees in this particular crisis.


The Global Climate Strike and the Zen of Kids in Protest

Live, from the midst of a sea of protesting teenagers on a warming planet.