A rundown of the more effective products I’ve tried, plus some common treatments that just did not work.
Yes, basketball is fun to watch (it helps that so many WNBA players are just dreamy). But it’s also fun to play! This edition of Gym Class will help you figure out which position you’re best suited for, learn the proper set up for shots, and try out some practice drills solo or with a partner.
Welcome to the Winter edition of Gym Class! Get outside and enjoy the season with snowshoeing. It’s suitable for most fitness levels and it’s best to snowshoe with a partner, so it makes a great winter date!
This Gym Class will help you get comfortable at your local fitness center. Read on for information on weight machines, free weights, bodyweight work, and combining all three in a workout tailored just for you.
Two Things: First, I want nothing more than for you and your loved ones to start off 2018 being your best selves. Second, I checked this list. I checked it twice. Everything on it can still be delivered by December 25th (in case you are as much of a procrastinator as I am. No judgement! 2017 was hard, after all.)
’Tis almost the season for gift-giving! Here are some suggestions for the fitness-focused cuties in your life. Happy shopping, and enjoy the benefit of all those post-exercise endorphins!
I have a fear that all we as a people are going to have in 20 years are lost phone photos and a terrifying facebook/tumblr archive SO here are some things to help you and yours document whatever is important to you right now.
I love going to the gym, but finding comfy activewear that also reflects my gender is not easy.
Supporting roller derby is just about the queerest, feministest thing you can do.
A lot of the requests from readers for advice and for personal writing are about mental health, so today we thought we’d share with you about our brain situations, what helps, what doesn’t, and what we’re still working on.
Women athletes who came out before very recently risked everything to do so: their endorsements, their fans, their spots on their teams, their livelihoods, and sometimes even their own lives. Here are 22 lesbian, bisexual and trans women athletes who changed their games and changed the game for LGBTQ people by choosing to live openly.
Greetings, Gym Class! Blend up a protein shake and get ready to set a new personal best. It’s just you and the barbell, baby. Today’s article is all about powerlifting.
In addition to the basics, I’ll give you a brief rundown on safety and proper form, introduce you to the erg, and provide some sample workouts.
Tonight we’ll see if the defending champs can claim a decisive advantage in the series or if it’s just another case of history repeating. If it’s the latter, and this year’s WNBA Finals can even come close to matching the excitement of last year, basketball fans are in for a real treat.
This series will help you get started with your new favorite sport. Today, pop in your mouthguard and put up your dukes! This Gym Class is all about boxing.
Sometimes getting out of bed and onto the couch is the biggest thing you will achieve in day, and that is okay.
Bird, who has remained pretty quiet about her personal life throughout her career, simply told ESPN: “I’m gay. Megan’s my girlfriend.”
Your lower back or hip discomfort is a literal pain in the butt. Here’s a simple way to feel better.
Margaret Court insists that “tennis is full of lesbians.” Is she right?
What a weekend for gay weddings, eh?