Sleep is the magic pill. Gotta get in on that.
You’ve done it. You’ve crafted long term and short term goals, made an action plan, set reasonable expectations, nurtured the skills that empower you to focus — and now you’ve failed. Welcome to being a human on this earth!
I hadn’t experienced transphobic violence in medicalized form before. But I’d experienced it in many others: in punches and pushes, through threats with weapons, or by being run off the road by cars while I was on foot.
The second annual LGBTQ Outdoor Summit in California was full of panels, workshops, discussions, opportunities to talk to representatives from the outdoor industry — and a place for LGBT members of the outdoor community to share what it’s really like, and what’s really needed.
The incredibly true adventure of one woman just trying to find a fcking menstrual cup that would work with her vagina. (Spoiler: she found one!)
In short, Zumba is a dance fitness class set to popular Latin music but honestly, for me, Zumba is more than just that, it’s given me life.
Get in here and get some loving advice from Kristin Russo.
Get bigger and stronger with this guide to putting on muscle mass.
The speculum hasn’t been meaningfully redesigned since the 1800s. These three women are working to change that, but they have a ways to go, needing to overcome medical barriers and focus on better health for queer and trans people. The good news? We can help!
What I’m getting at here is that staying grounded (even though it sounds like an oxymoron) gives you the ability to move.
“There’s nothing better than finding out the way you love your body the most, and you’ve done that. Don’t let anyone make you feel bad or weird for that.”
This workout has it all—cardio, weightlifting, rowing, kettlebells, and more—and you can do it indoors. It’s the perfect activity to get you through the winter weather and beyond!
The following are stories from LGBTQ people living with PMDD — how it manifests for us, what helps and what doesn’t help, and any challenges or opportunities we have found in seeking help.
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.)
I love going to the gym, but finding comfy activewear that also reflects my gender is not easy.
I’ve been dealing with SAD all my adult life, and especially since I moved to the northeast where daylight lasts about as long as my lunch break from November to March. I’ve learned a lot about coping, and about making things easier on myself by noticing and addressing my symptoms before I’m in the midst of a full-blown depressive spiral. SAD isn’t fixable for me, but here’s how I’ve learned to fight back against it.
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.