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From self care to sweaty endorsements, the healthy community has played an important role in this bitter election.
A feminist look at why more women consider lifting heavy an ideal workout—and aren't a bit worried about the “bulkiness.”
We're in an era of waitlist-only workouts, with fitness instructors (like Tracy, Melanie, Nichelle, and Noah) commanding veritable celebrity status.
The fitness granddaddy had celeb clients and waitlists way back in the 1920s.
Who run the world?
"Slim yourself without unladylike sweat or building dreaded muscles" was the era's fitness mantra.
The sex-yoga connection started centuries ago, and persists powerfully today. Our fitness historian explains.
“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.
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.
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