Playing catch-up? Here are the week’s must-read Well+Good stories you may have missed.
Refrigerator Look Book: Maria Rodale
The heiress to an organic family fortune thinks it should be simple to eat healthy at home (and that the occasional Coca Cola won’t kill you).
Is avoiding a tan a subversive beauty act?
Apparently it’s socially awkward to eschew the sun like it’s high-fructose corn syrup. Here’s why.
Black light yoga is a thing in Boston
Some yoga instructors turn down the lights for savasana, but Goldie Graham turns them off at the first inhale—so her students can glow in the dark.
NEW YORK CITY
The workout that pushes you harder than you thought was possible
WRKNYC creator Will Jackson has a knack for inspiring New Yorkers to get sweaty (and stronger)—no breaks necessary.
Athleta storms Fashion Week with “Crush of Adrenaline”
The massive event will feature a two-story installation, a celebrity choreographer, and, oh yeah…clothes.
The art of SoulCycle hairography
For a pack of SoulCycle instructors, the party starts when their hair comes down.
Tracy Anderson’s Vitality Week in Brentwood is her most go-deep program yet
While the Tracy Anderson Method is all about not plateauing with fresh workouts, this special week also addresses the inner life reasons people get stuck.
Best indoor cycling studios
The best insider places to spin from Santa Monica to Silver Lake.
The happy hour spot that serves juice shots [with recipes]
Instead of cheap cocktails, Los Angeles’ M Cafe is pouring Macro Shooters, shot-glass-size juices—zero risk of hangover. We got the scoop and the healthy recipes.