When Ali Maffucci quit her corporate job to start a recipe blog in 2013, she was just a woman with a spiralizer in her Jersey City kitchen. Maffucci, 27, loved how spiralizing (AKA making noodles out of vegetables) made healthy eating less expected than, say, salads.
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Three years ago, filmmaker Max Lugavere’s mom started showing signs of dementia at age 59. And when he began looking for answers to the question anyone would ask—”why?
A number of fitness brands in Manhattan have tried to introduce half-and-half classes that pair spinning with another discipline like weight training or yoga.
When you’re putting in endless hours running effort-packed miles in preparation for a race, the last thing you want someone to call those miles is “junk.” Which is why before you lace up for spring race season, there’s an important factor to keep in mind: quality versus quantity.
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We don’t want to ruin your buzz, but when you’re at the wine store shopping for your dinner party (or restocking pre Thursday’s Scandal episode), you might have to look out for more than just the organic seal or how much sulfur dioxide a bottle has.
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Rising star Lexi Atkins needs an energizing, better-than-espresso green juice. Why? She just starred in The Boy Next Door with Jennifer Lopez.
“Why is she sweatier than me? How did that girl get so toned? I can’t do as many push-ups as the chick next to me.
RumbleFit, 3 classes for $98 ($20 for first class) Where it’s offered: Mercer Street, Soho, New York City New Yorkers are used to working out in strange places: Nightclub?
Oh great, one more thing to distract you from “letting it all go” during savasana. According to yoga scene blog YogaCity NYC, a woman’s wallet was recently stolen as she was changing for class at Yoga Vida, after two men successfully executed a carefully crafted scheme at the downtown studio.
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Two is better than one, right? Well, last week it certainly was. Instagram was filled with partner yoga shots—from Gypset Goddess Kaitlin Turner to Koya Webb, and Honza and Claudine Lafond of YogaBeyond—all proving that when it comes to jaw-dropping poses, you can be way better together.
When you think 16 Handles, you generally think cookie- and candy-covered dessert. (Or maybe that’s just me?
You might know supermodel Erin Heatherton best from her struts down the Victoria’s Secret runway in lace-y bras and feathery angel wings, or from this year’s pages of the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit issue.