Flywheel is releasing a shiny new app tomorrow (Tuesday, March 11), which will allow the data-loving riders to book classes quickly, check in before they’ve even stepped foot inside the studio, and seriously track their class stats.
(Photo: nutritionrx.ca) By Jessica Chia for Prevention Want to give your a libido a natural boost and help justify eating that second cookie at the same time?
(Photo: thekitchn.com) If you’ve been inspired by the celeb chefs and health gurus who are brewing their coffee Bulletproof-style and want to give butter-spiked java a shot, there are a couple of things you need to know first.
(Photo: Pinkpapayaparties.com) Wellness experts love to warn against all of the sugar and syrups and calorie-packed creamers added to coffee.
(Photo: Team USA) Think making dinner for four picky eaters is tricky? As the U.S. Ski and Snow Association’s head chef, it was Allen Tran’s job to cook for members of Team USA in Sochi—no easy feat when you consider he was feeding world-class athletes who require a huge number of calories and follow strict, varied diets to maintain peak performance.
Plank intervals at HIIT IT! with Daphnie Yang offering corrections. (Photo: Daphnie Yang) New York’s newest High Intensity Interval Training-based class takes the sometimes frightening push-yourself-to-the-edge workout style and makes it much more accessible (without sacrificing intensity), thanks to founder Daphnie Yang’s infectious enthusiasm and unaffected belief in every person trying to get in just one.
Brendan Fallis is passionate about health living, starting with coconuts. (Photo: Jakob Axelman) When you imagine most DJs’ drink of choice, coconut water doesn’t exactly spring to mind.
Cristi Christensen, Mind Body Manager and instructor at Exhale Venice (Photo: Cristi Christensen) Yogis.
(Photo: Emily Weiss/Into The Gloss) Since Amanda Chantal Bacon left fine-dining kitchens and food journalism and turned her culinary eye on the Norwalk press, the Los Angeles juice scene hasn’t been the same.
(Photo: Psycle London) The boutique indoor cycling craze hasn’t quite hit London yet, but it sure seems like it’s about to.
While we’re very aware that Well+Good readers know their way around a healthy kitchen (and love to peek into the healthy kitchens and fridges of others), we’re still really impressed.
Barry’s Bootcamp will hit the Bay Area this spring (Photo: Barry’s Bootcamp) We recap everything earth-shattering that happened in health and wellness this week: March 1–7, 2014.
In the beginning, there was Lululemon. Now, there are new, hot companies creating clothes made for working out launching every season—and from all corners of the fashion globe.
The front desk and track (Photo: S10 Training) Former Gotham Gym trainer Stephen Cheuk just opened his own space, S10 Training, in Tribeca.
Photo: Facebook/Marianne Williamson If ever there’s been a group in need of a bit (well, a lot) of heart opening, it’s Congress.
Alycea Ungaro’s releases her most notable book in a modern form, but it’s content is traditional Pilates all the way. (Photo: Tanzie Johnson) To say that Alycea Ungaro is a Pilates guru is an understatement.
(Photo: lurrybeautiful.tumblr.com) 12 qualities to look for in a BFF Besides making sure you show up to sunrise boot camp.
(Photo: The Rise NYC) On a recent 20-degree Monday morning, the sun wasn’t fully up and a fresh inch of snow had yet to be cleared off the benches and sidewalks in Washington Square Park.
View Los Angeles Juice Bars in a larger map Yankees and Angels. Biggie and Tupac. Treadmills and Santa Monica Stairs.
(Photo: polarworld.com) via Huffington Post Heart rate monitors are an easy and insightful way to get back in touch with your body’s signals and rhythms, especially for someone like me.