Although we were so very heartened to see Teen Vogue editor Amy Astley take the evil fashion industry to task for perpetuating unrealistic body ideals on the Today show, we admit we were skeptical! Just how was this new focus on health going to manifest itself in the pages of her theretofore anorex-positive magazine, hmmm? Now we know! Just in time to celebrate the Genocide Olympics, the July Teen Vogue is celebrating female athleticism in a 12-page fashion spread. (This is in stark contrast to its big sister Vogue, which only last month ran an entire "body issue" celebrating male athleticism by pairing male athletes with female…supermodels.) Such independence and spunk, that Teen Vogue! Catch the mag's take on fencing, beach volleyball, ping-pong, and leaning against a balance beam looking vaguely malnourished in a Berhard Willhelm cape and vintage Indian headdress,after the jump. See girls, you can be "athletic" without sacrificing your ACL. — or your BMI.