Health & Lifestyle

We Tried It For You: PlyoJam

May 17, 2017 | 0 Comments

MY FITNESS PAL—If you’re still going through a “Big Little Lies” withdrawal, we’ve got a great way to help you feel closer to ringleader Madeline, aka Reese Witherspoon, until Season 2 arrives. The HBO starlet...

MAP MY RIDE—Think it’s scary to bike to work? It might be scarier not to. A new study published in The British Medical Journal this April named bike commuting the healthiest mode of transportation, beating...

6 Helmet Hair Fixes from the Pros

March 24, 2017 | 0 Comments

MAP MY RUN—There aren’t many downsides to riding a bike, but when the riding stops and the helmet comes off a potential downside becomes apparent: While we have a strict must-wear-a-helmet-while-riding policy, we have to...

MY FITNESS PAL—We recently sat down with Golden Globe-winning actress and producer Tracee Ellis Ross of “Black-ish,” New York Times best-selling author of “The Universe Has Your Back,” Gabrielle Bernstein and body-positive advocate and yoga...

5 Amazing Vegetarian Recipes for Athletes

February 14, 2017 | 0 Comments

MY FITNESS PAL—Muscles aren’t just for meat eaters. Vegetarians and vegans can also build muscle mass and strength without sacrificing performance. If you’re looking for some inspiration, we’ve selected a few recipes from the new...

MY FITNESS PAL—Last month, you started the holiday season with resolve. You swore you’d steer clear of cookies and limit your cocktails to just one — two, tops. And you did, at first. But with...

TEEN VOGUE—Don’t call Gracie Gold an ice princess. Though some not-very-friendly media took to calling her this frigid nickname during her 2014 Olympic debut in Sochi, the bronze-medaling winning figure skater is anything but. In...

MY FITNESS PAL—Whenever you hit a productivity wall at work, you know the drill: Get up and go for a walk to get your creative juices (and blood) flowing again. It’s not just an excuse...

MY FITNESS PAL—There’s this nasty rumor that exercise won’t help you lose weight. The more you work out, the more you’ll eat because, well, you need to rebuild those muscles you just broke down. And...