If the point of working out isn't soreness, then... what is it?
Now that you’ve been masking up for a few months, you should have a better idea of what works for you and what just doesn’t.
'What I eat in a day' videos have become the subject of unending debates about whether influencers are modeling bad behavior or just 'doing what feels right for them.'
Even though protective masks have become more common, transparent versions that make lip-reading possible aren't in widespread use in hospitals, schools, or big-box stores.
Crafters are making masks that cover the face but meet none of the minimum safety guidelines, and people who resent pandemic safety protocols are eagerly buying them.
Whether you're sober, have to get up early, or just not into alcohol for the night, here's how to deal with people telling you that you should, in fact, just have ONE beer.
When you can't dedicate as much time to training as you might like, here's how to keep your priorities straight—without feeling guilty.
Here are some photos of the body I once hated, and how that changed.
The restaurant placed two scales by its entrance and encouraged diners to enter their weight into an app that suggested menu items.
Now that masks are widely available, it's reasonable to want to know which ones are actually protective.
Bodybuilding, strength sports, and weight training for fun all have things in common, but one of them is not being ripped for the gods against your will.
Don't worry, almost anyone can have big arms like Abby in 'The Last of Us: Part II.' Here is how she probably would have done it.