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2 days ago
Put the pizza delivery guy on hold this week—our delicious lightened-up pies take no more than 15 minutes to prep. Go on, grab a slice. More
2 days ago
Sometimes mustering up the motivation to hit the gym hard all comes down to having the perfect playlist. Lucky for us, Spotify teamed up with Insanity creator Shaun T (have you tried his Insanity Max:30 yet?) and music and exercise expert Dr. Costas Karageorghis to create the ultimate in workout-boosting playlists. Shaun T identified the top workouts of 2015, while Dr. Costas found songs with the ideal lyrics, rythym, melody, and beats per minute to complement each one. Simply find your fave sweat session below, download the accompanying playlist, crank the volume, and get moving. More
2 days ago
Move over, green juice. The newest liquid health darling is meant to warm you up while blasting your body with minerals. More
3 days ago
"I got nipple tattoos and ditched my bad boyfriend. And that was just the beginning." One woman's brave story. More

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3 days ago
Tired of smoking up your kitchen when you try to grill indoors? Follow these tips to get grilling, no matter the season. More
3 days ago
Intrigued by a vegan diet plan, but worried that you'll miss your favorite foods and recipes? Fear not! These eight tips will give you the inspiration to kick meat, eggs, and cheese to the curb for good. More
4 days ago
The trusty countertop appliance might be a pro at blitzing up your morning kale-banana-berry smoothie, but it can make so much more than drinks. Here, some of our fave ways to use the blender. More
4 days ago
Vacations, deadlines, and polar vortexes can take you away from the gym. But a new study shows there's a big price to pay for just a few skipped days. Here's what you need to know. More
4 days ago
Doing your workout first thing might mean skipping a step or two in your busy a.m. routine, but breakfast shouldn't be one of them. Fueling up will energize your day, boost your brainpower and prevent you from overeating later, research shows. You don't have to spend a lot of time prepping; the seven grab-and-go options we found will give you the nutrients you need—without the sugar, unhealthy fats and calories you don't. Good mornings start here! More
5 days ago
The X Games are right around the corner, and these need-to-watch ladies seriously know what they're doing, both on the slopes and off. So whether you snowboard, ski, or have zero intention of trying either, try these moves during your next gym session. From stretching to strengthening, you'll achieve gold-level results while having an X-tremely good time. More
5 days ago
The FDA gave the green light to the Maestro Rechargeable System, the first new weight-loss device for obesity approved since 2007. It's like a pacemaker that helps you drop pounds—no stomach stapling required. Here's the scoop. More
5 days ago
With Row House in New York City, iRow in L.A., and Shockwave rowing classes at Equinox gyms nationwide, rowing is officially a thing. Not quite ready to give it a go? Here are six reasons that you should try a class today. More
5 days ago
You, Miss Introvert, prefer to feel the burn in a more independent setting than your extroverted friends. "Introverted people gather their energy and feel most stimulated when they're alone or in small groups," says Gloria Petruzzelli, PsyD, a clinical sport psychologist. Some aspects of high-energy workout classes, like blaring house music, a room filled with strangers, or quick changes to the routine, can be a turnoff to the average introvert. "Exercise can be more rejuvenating when introverts are allowed their own space to withdraw and don't need to interact as much," says Leah Lagos, a New York–based clinical and sport psychologist. Sound like you? Read on to find seven workouts for introverts that will leave you feeling exhilarated, energized, and coming back for more. More
6 days ago
"You've gained weight." Those were my doctor's first words at my checkup last year. Ouch. I knew that I had been stress eating, and the result was an extra eight pounds on my 5-foot-1-inch frame. Resolving to shed them, I tried a count-the-points diet. But after three months, I was down just one pound. Clearly, I needed a kick start. More