Phys Ed

6.6.19

This Is How Sweat-Wicking Clothing Actually Works

Athletes swear by this apparel, but is it beneficial to the rest of us?

5.2.19

This Is Why Your Muscles Look Bigger Right After You Work Out

What exactly is "the pump" and does it mean your muscles are growing?

4.15.19

14 Wellness Influencers Making the Industry More Inclusive

These athletes, coaches, and yogis are a middle finger to the oppressively homogenous wellness world.

4.10.19

Baking Soda Can Improve Your Athletic Performance

Adding baking soda to your pre-workout ritual could up your endurance, especially when it comes to certain types of exercise.

4.8.19

Trainers Need to Start Learning How to Work With Differently Abled People

Trainers and gyms are failing disabled people in a lot of ways. Does changing this pattern mean changing an entire culture of ableism?

3.18.19
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2.27.19

Carbs Are Not the Enemy

Many of us probably know people who've lost weight by cutting carbs, but it’s not a sustainable diet, or a particularly healthy one.

2.15.19

An Ode to Yogis Who Bring Darkness to Yoga

Yoga doesn't have to be unrealistically positive to be helpful.

2.7.19

The Stinky Side Effect of Your High Protein Diet

Why your quest for gains yields gag-inducing flatulence and how, for the love god, to make it stop.

1.28.19

What Happens to Your Body if You Start Eating Bugs

They could up your gains, for one.

1.23.19

These Are the Unspoken Rules of Yoga

Nine things you should know before you walk into a yoga studio for the first time.

1.16.19

Taper Madness Is Real and This Is How You Can Avoid it Before a Big Race

In the weeks before a big marathon—when you're not getting that long-run endorphin hit—things can get a little emotionally haywire.

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