As women, our breasts define so much of who we are. We nurse from them, we dress them up, we use them to entice men and they love them, so to lose them is to lose a major piece of our identity. And that's why Claira Hermet, a 27-year-old radio and TV presenter, is throwing a party for the boobs she is about to lose. And we love her for it.Read Full Story
To jump or not to jump? That is the (burpee) question. Now a brand-new invention aims to answer that question and a whole lot more when it comes to high-intensity body weight workouts. Meet the Perfect Burpee.Read Full Story
Just over a year ago, a woman name Meg Menzies was out for a run with her husband when she was hit by a drunk driver and lost her life. She had been a devoted runner and left behind a husband and child doing something she truly loved. It's the kind of story that feels like a gut punch even if you didn't know Meg personally.Read Full Story
If fitness magazines are to be believed, then all women who work out are slim gazelles romping through a field of flowers while sweating only in socially acceptable places. (Have you ever seen a fitness model with crotch sweat? Me neither.) Yet, if you go to any gym, you'll see women of all shapes and sizes exercising — great news, as exercise has been called the "miracle drug" for healing both mind and body, no matter what you weigh.Read Full Story
It's a new year, and you're gunning for those shiny resolutions, right? But the last thing you want to do is hit the gas too quickly and burn out before you ever end up reaching your 2015 goals. So set yourself up for success with a few simple guidelines for making sure you ease into exercise with an approach that’ll keep you active for the long run.Read Full Story
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