Here’s your weekend fitspo: A 4-year-old girl named Prisais Brooklyn has achieved her goal of doing 10 pull-ups. The little girl from Moorpark, California pulled off the impressive feat on September 6th in her father’s gym Autumo Crossfit in front of a cheering class. THE ROAD TO 10 STRICT PULL UPS HAS BEEN CONQUERED!!!! The smile on her face while doing these are contagious.
Although people often assume La'Tecia Thomas was happier at her smaller size, she admits to lacking confidence or having any concept of her self-worth — something she discusses in-depth in a video on her YouTube channel.
It’s been a minute since Target broke the news that it planned to add four new fashion-minded lines to its existing retail line-up, making it even harder to get out of the store with your bank account in good standing. Following the arrival of its new women’s brand A New Day(plus new mens and home collections), Target is finally releasing its “fitness-meets-fashion-and-function” label, JoyLab.
After suffering an embarrassing incident at an amusement park, Milad Safi decided to conquer his emotional eating once and for all.
Tom Brady adheres to an unconventional anti-inflammatory diet that he’s detailing in a new book, "The TB12 Method: How to Achieve a Lifetime of Sustained Peak Performance."
"I kind of realized the thing that was holding me back was me," she says. "That's when my personal motto became 'don't wait on your weight to live the life you want.'" CeCe theCURVYcon takes place on Sept. 8th and 9th and will be live streamed exclusively on Yahoo Style.
Massy Arias is fitness influence, showing her 2.3 million Instagram followers how to embrace their bodies and approach fitness from a functional perspective.
Personal trainer and social media star Sophie Gray lost followers after switching from fitspo posts to ones focused on self-acceptance and body positivity.
In 2015, after realizing her weight was exacerbating her lupus, thus causing her incredible pain, Devin Muffley decided to lose weight and get her health under control.
Actors Kimmy Gatewood and Rebekka Johnson teach us their favorite moves from Netflix's 'GLOW.' Clothing featured: Ultracor Silk Prism Legging, Under Armour Show Stopper Tee, New Balance Fresh Foam Arishi Sneakers, Roxy Tombly Sports Bra, Liquido Patterned Yoga Legging, Saucony Marl Kinvara 8 Sneakers, Mott50 Reese Ultimate Legging, Adidas by Stella McCartney Training Climacool Tank Top, and Rebook Print Run Prime Ultraknit Sneaker.
Fitness mom talks about the time she was insecure about her body with its stretch marks and how her husband helped her overcome these feelings.
Beal, who has completed 32 marathons, took to Instagram with two side-by-side photos of herself mid-race. The picture has clearly resonated with fans, because Beal has garnered almost 3,000 likes and hundreds of comments thanking her for posting both versions. How many of you have let a race photo steal joy from you??
Have a question about a new anti-aging ingredient, facial device or cosmetic trend? If you’re like the majority of the world, your first resource is the internet.
That rush of adrenaline after a long run, spin, or yoga session is usually followed by a gorgeous, pink-cheeked flush—that might be the first thing you notice after exercise, but it’s not the only benefit.
The specialty beds are garnering buzz. We asked an expert to weigh in. If you consider that sleep is the best form of recovery, it’s fair to ponder the importance of slumber’s prime accessory, the mattress. But while we’ve been given ample tools that supply an edge during our (daytime) training sessions (trackers, foam rollers, footwear), experts have been fine-tuning nighttime equipment.
Research scientists and sleep medicine doctors share the counsel they give to the fittest bodies. “No matter how good your nutrition is, no matter how good your exercise routine is, if your sleep isn’t any good, the other two don’t matter—that’s a brave statement, but it’s true,” says James Maas, Ph.D., a sleep and performance expert who works with professional and collegiate athletes.