I will be dedicating myself exclusively to the projects of maintaining my Taurus moon lifestyle and queering exercise with these rigorous activities.
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 bigger and stronger with this guide to putting on muscle mass.
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!
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.
’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!
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.
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.
“I always felt better after exercising, but also always felt it came at a cost, whether that was a really dirty locker room, an overly fluorescent space playing terrible music, or having to navigate a highly gendered space and endure sexist, homophobic commentary. I wanted to create a space that felt really good to be in, like you were actually going to feel better while being there.”
“I like toughness because it acknowledges an uncomfortable, complicated truth—that being disabled is hard—but rejects pity as an acceptable response. Instead, it gives my body credit for outlasting, adapting, and thriving in ways able-bodied people can’t imagine.”
Hiking amidst fears of spiders the size of fists and also, separately, golf clubs.
Fruit, blogilates, and paddleboarding, oh my!
In which ice skating is attempted and sugar is avoided.
Batting cages, aquarobics and yoga, oh my!
The genre mix is definitely diverse but that’s expected, we did real good.
This week I thought we’d talk about the best ways to stay active if you spend most of your day sitting, whether it be because you’re studying or working a desk job or in another profession that requires lots of bum time.
How do you workout with an injury?
“I’ve come to the realisation that my fear of looking dumb in front of people has been holding me back from finding new physical activities to love, and so I need a little help stepping outside my comfort zone.”
This week in fitness, I’m trying out yoga for beginners, gym-friendly podcasts and running apps.