These are the healthiest foods at Trader Joe’s, according to a registered dietitian
Is it possible to love your body and still want to lose weight?
And does it mean you're anti-feminist?
An ex-employee is suing Lululemon for $3M, claiming her “sexual predator” boss assaulted her
The news comes less than a month after sexual assault accusations at Massage Envy.
How “empowered” speech about your body might mask the same old issues
The double bind of body positivity.
Your guide to the Hamptons’ best fitness and yoga
From top brands to homegrown favorites, here are the studios you need to know out east.
The truth about raising your heart rate mid-workout when pregnant
Here's what MDs have to say about the myth of the max bpm.
Why everyone is obsessed with a fitness podcast about Richard Simmons
A new generation is discovering the oddball charms of the OG sweaty celeb.
Why now is the perfect time to become an activist
Strong, healthy women, rise up.
Why wellness has always played an important role in politics and activism
From self care to sweaty endorsements, the healthy community has played an important role in this bitter election.
What you should know about working out like a model
"Strong is the new skinny" may inadvertently be replacing one unattainable body ideal with another.
Why the Olympics is making you a feminist
From the you-go-girl moments of glee to the sexist face-palm moments, here's what we learned from Rio.
The rise of women in CrossFit: It’s not all deadlifts and roses
A feminist look at why more women consider lifting heavy an ideal workout—and aren't a bit worried about the “bulkiness.”
Could this new event series put an end to fitness world rivalry?
Link Together, Lead Together wants fitness instructors to collaborate and connect—not compete.
The making of the celebrity fitness trainer
We're in an era of waitlist-only workouts, with fitness instructors (like Tracy, Melanie, Nichelle, and Noah) commanding veritable celebrity status.
How Joseph Pilates started today’s mind-body boutique craze nearly 100 years ago
The fitness granddaddy had celeb clients and waitlists way back in the 1920s.
The surprising history of women and jogging
Who run the world?
Slenderizing salons, reducing machines, and other hot fitness crazes of 75 years ago
"Slim yourself without unladylike sweat or building dreaded muscles" was the era's fitness mantra.
Sex and yoga—a controversial connection that continues today
The sex-yoga connection started centuries ago, and persists powerfully today. Our fitness historian explains.
’80s aerobics goddesses: The women who launched a fitness era
“Aerobics diva” might conjure an American-Apparel-costumed caricature, but the legacy of this huge fitness trend goes way beyond a love of Lycra and leg lifts.
When wellness was weird
Before 1979, "wellness" wasn't regarded as a feel-good moniker for all things healthy, it was considered more of a cult. A much younger Dan Rather explains.
20 NYC boutique studios will give your workout dollars to charity this month
Visit top fitness spots like Tone House and Brooklyn Bodyburn for NYC Fit Week, between May 11 and 17, to sweat for a good cause.
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