BY Sonia Edwards in General on Aug 25, 2014 |
Working out shouldn’t have to feel like a chore. I am a firm believer that if you’re not getting an emotional boost from exercising, or if it leaves you feeling tired and blah rather than proud and pumped, you’re doing something wrong. As a kid, I could spend hours (yes, hours) in the ocean or running around with my friends in the school yard. I was always on. Now that I’m older, I have to make a conscious effort to get a decent amount ... Read More
BY Emma Tilden in General on Jun 20, 2014 |
Yesterday I ran away with the circus.
Let me rephrase that. Yesterday I left work a little early to take the 20 minute PATH Train ride to Aerial Acrobat Entertainment in Jersey City. There, I took an hour-long Lyra & Trapeze class, taught by Guinevere DiPiazza.
I’ll admit that I was a little nervous—I can’t remember the last time I attempted anything that requires upper body strength (unless typing on a computer counts ... Read More
BY kelsey haight in Feminizzle on Mar 06, 2014 |
Thanks to the witty efforts of www.meninyogapants.com, now we can all begin the healing process: turns out, yoga pants are not just for making your butt look cute. They're a necessary fact of...you guessed it...yoga.
This funny photo project addresses how often people are shamed for how they look in skin-tight pants, and breaks the assumption that spandex and polyester blend are only apropos for certain body types, for certain ... Read More
BY Katie Fustich in Feminizzle on Dec 02, 2013 |
Health blog "Wellfesto" recently published a list titled "10 Things I Want My Daughter to Know About Working Out" and it is everything the world needs to be thinking.
In the piece, Brynn Harrington, a mother, questions the way we view exercise and the way that view is reflected in the culture of the next generation. Her revelation came in the middle of an exercise class when the instruction encouraged the class to picture themselves in "that ... Read More
BY Intern Christina in General on Jul 17, 2012 |
A couple corners of the internet are up in arms over the blog Skinny Gossip's nasty post about up-and-coming model Kate Upton, known to many as the blonde babe performing the "cat daddy" on Youtube so lusciously that the website actually temporarily removed it for its content. She also recently landed a smoldering spread in GQ. This spread prompted a friend of mine to say that if she opened up a booth where she charged for hugs, the economy would bounce back. With ... Read More