Marvel fans everywhere are anxiously awaiting next week’s release of the first trailer for Captain Marvel, and Brie Larson has revealed that she went hard in the gym for nine months to prepare for her eponymous role in the upcoming film. Larson is making history as the first woman solo lead in a Marvel action movie, and she has completely transformed her physique for the part. Larson has been posting on Instagram about her intense workouts with Walsh, and we are so here for it.
Jessica Biel is testing out a new exercise routine in the lead-up to Monday night's Emmy Awards. Do pistol squats really work? An expert weighs in.
At the end of the day, says curvy influencer CeCe Olisa, "I’m the person that really matters. So even if [all my followers] all think I’m great, if I don’t, then that’s a problem."
The college student's murder prompted outrage from women who have also experienced harassment when running.
Bob Wylie, offensive line coach for the Cleveland Browns, said he'd "rather watch a plant grow than stretch.”
Celebrity fitness trainer, and former NFL cheerleader, Ramona Braganza is helping sex trafficked women in India find themselves through fitness.
The model says that health and wellness are not tied to a specific body type.
According to Khloe Kardashian’s Good American co-founder Emma Grede, the denim company’s foray into activewear is going to be game-changer. “The fashion industry is notorious for catering to a specific shape and size,” Grede tells Yahoo Lifestyle.
Alicia Vikander revived the Tomb Raider franchise and got seriously toned for the role. Before training for the film, she said that she had always been “petite.” The Oscar winner and former ballet dancer admits it wasn’t easy to get in badass female action-hero shape.
His ailment sometimes causes debilitating episodes of muscle weakness and temporary paralysis.
In her latest fitness post, Halle Berry appears to be running while her trainer, Peter Lee Thomas, trails behind, holding on to a band that’s wrapped around her waist.
Lauren Biggers thanks CrossFit for her ability to reel in a nearly 7-foot blacktip shark off the coast of Surfside Beach, Texas.
The body-positive activist seems to want to inspire others to hit the gym, and she just shared another of her impressive workout moves.