On Wednesday’s episode of the Late Show with Stephen Colbert, we got a peek into the renowned workout routine of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, and it honestly looks pretty hard.
Portlandia is back this March, and this clip featuring Tessa Thompson as a personal trainer who promises freedom from a constant news-saturated reality is the most real thing the series has ever offered to me.
Barre class, a wildly popular boutique fitness craze that carves a dancer’s bod out of the soft, tofu-like flesh of regular people, is actually a workout for being good at sex. If you’ve been to a barre class, you should not be surprised!
For years I struggled to make myself a “fit person.” You know the kind—the ones who just have to get a jog in even when they’re on a boat; who hop in the shower and scrub the sweat off their glistening body, well-earned from an afternoon picking up weights and throwing them around; the kind who says they “love the…
Somewhere between knocking Rihanna’s socks off and putting his foot in his mouth, Drake has posted this picture of himself wearing RihannaxStance on his feet.
As workout culture becomes increasingly niche, the workout people are having to get more and more creative. SoulCycle, at this point, is for basics; barre is still okay but you’re not allowed to brag about it. The next hot shit, if you’re extremely cool, is working out in a studio that has crystals under the floor.…
Look out for the rolling heads around you, bitter gym bunnies. ClassPass has announced that it will officially no longer offer unlimited subscription plans to its members.
Crawling can work wonders for you, according to body and fitness experts who believe channeling your inner baby is the new wave. Imagine a nation of adult babies crawling into happiness and health.
A person who is able to work out three hours a day has a schedule that doesn’t resemble yours, I’m guessing. Perhaps that’s because that person does not have a normal job, or perhaps working out is their job. Perhaps that person with that schedule is a celebrity, which you are not. Workout culture is inextricably tied…
Here’s an inspiring story that’ll turn your morning donut to ashes in your mouth and perhaps even propel you into the gym: A hundred-year-old woman just won a gold medal in the 100-meter dash in her age category at the American Masters Games.
One of the many indignities of being a model is that occasionally, you will be asked to work out under Manhattan’s FDR Drive wearing nothing but a bathing suit. One of the many indignities of being a Vogue reader is that often, you will be watching one of their videos and, out of nowhere, a model begins dancing…
This post is dedicated to everyone approaching their gym workouts as if they’re auditioning for the “Call On Me” music video. We know you’re having sex at your fitness centers, people, and it’s time to cool the fuck down.
Following the success of her surprisingly strong literary start in The Body Book: The Law of Hunger, the Science of Strength, and Other Ways to Love Your Amazing Body, Cameron Diaz is releasing a tome that’s “an all-encompassing, holistic look at how the female body ages—and what we can all do to age better.”
On Tuesday, a California court ruled against SoulCycle’s motion to dismiss a class-action lawsuit that accused the fitness chain of stealing from customers via class passes with “unreasonably short expiration periods.”
I went to the gym 44 times this year. How do I know this? Because a few months ago, I discovered that my gym knows more about me than I do. They know each and every time I’ve walked through their doors. They know what I don’t want to know: I don’t frequent them nearly as often as it feels like I do.
Wow! Just wow! Women’s Health editor-in-chief Amy Keller Laird announced this week that the magazine is replacing words like “shrink” and “diet” with words like “toned,” “strong” and “sexy” on their covers. They’re also entirely getting rid of the infamous women’s magazine coverlines “Bikini Body” and “Drop Two Sizes.”
If you haven’t seen her yet, you’ll see her soon: new Weight Watchers spokeswoman Oprah Winfrey is coming to a television near you to explain how weight loss is a journey interspersed between slow-mo videos of her looking miserable whilst running.
“Looking great is always the best revenge,” says Khloe Kardashian in a statement promoting her new reality series, Revenge Body. Revenge bods.
What do you do when your reality TV run ends? Farrah Abraham became an adult superstar, Whitney Purvis got a DUI, and Mackenzie McKee got into professional bodybuilding. She’s just finished her second competition and is ready to take the competitive physique-sculpting word by storm.