What does a DJ know about the ins and outs of fitness fashion? If it’s Los Angeles’ turntable queen Lindsay Luv, the answer is: plenty.
In September, Derek Lam 10C and Athleta launched a seriously trend-setting fitness fashion collab. And it’s been so successful, it’s being refreshed over multiple seasons, meaning you can look uber stylish at the gym (or hey, just at brunch) all year long.
First Brick CrossFit, then SLT...now Tracy Anderson is the latest fitness entrepreneur to be battling with neighbors over the noise and vibrations emanating from her workout studio.
Welcome to My Morning Routine, where wellness-minded model Michele Ouellet and other good-life gurus share their personal (frequently surprising, often healthy) morning rituals—to help you make your a.m.’s more awesome.
At a recent Tuesday night showing of Queen of the Night, a gorgeous woman led me up a back staircase, blindfolded me, and then lightly stroked my inner arm while breathing heavily in my ear.
Welcome to our every-so-often series of questions to discover how you, our readers, live a super interesting, healthy life.
Ancient grains may be, well, ancient—but they’ve also never been more popular. From foodies (they made Culinary Forecast’s top 20 food trends of 2015 list) to fast-foodies, these old-school grains are experiencing Beyoncé-level status in the food world.
Like many of her loyal fans, I was sad when hotshot trainer Terri Walsh packed up her New York City studio and moved her home to Costa Rica, and her business to the internet (subscribers pay $18.99 per month to stream unlimited classes).
There was a time when the term “cannabis edible” was accompanied by a description of a sketchy guy at a Phish concert peddling his goods out of a backpack.
What do you do when your doctor says you’ve got seven incurable cysts on your ovaries and there’s only a three percent chance that you’ll be able to have children naturally?
The holiday season is officially in full swing, and that means stocking your beauty bag with products that are truly there for you—from office parties to windy ski slopes.
Cocktails and cookies at back-to-back holiday parties eating into your balanced eating regime? Gift-shopping stress keeping you up at night?
Partner When you were 8, it was a pony. When you were 16, it was a car. This is the year that you give (or get!
Between the globally-inspired clothes and insanely gorgeous photoshoots (think remote beaches and dramatic sand dunes), travel and adventure are a major part of the Free People ethos.
Playing catch-up? Here are the week’s five must-read Well+Good stories you may have missed. 1. These 10 pairs of yoga pants are the Little Black Dress of the fitness world Black, fitted ankle-length yoga pants have become as much of a woman’s wardrobe staple as the Little Black Dress.
Open up your calendar: With Action Plan, our editors cut through the crazy, huge assortment of goings-on in New York City to pick three amazing, healthy ways to spend your week, Saturday November 28–Friday December 4.
Kelly Morris is a meditation iconoclast. Sure, the uber-credentialed Brooklynite’s got a prestigious yoga and Tibetan Buddhist background, plus breath-worth skills (helpful for freaking out less), and a lulling meditator’s voice.
Welcome to Wellness Confidential, our quick-fire interview series where we ask hard-hitting (okay, entertaining) wellness questions, lightning round-style.
Every year, on the night before Thanksgiving, I bake pies with my sisters. It’s a laborious undertaking turned into an occasion I look forward to for weeks, with flour coating our clothes, music playing, and wine flowing, as we peel, measure, and roll, until bubbling apple, savory pumpkin, and sweet pecan pies emerge, filling the house with an aroma that smells, to me, like home.
Posner (left), Kocis (center), and McNierney (right) It probably won’t surprise you to learn that Swerve Fitness—the first team-inspired cycling studio, which opened two years ago in New York City’s Flatiron District—is not the work of just one individual.