(Photo: Rise) How nice would it be to have whip-smart nutritionists like Keri Glassman or Julieanna Hever by your side at all times, advising you on what to order at brunch or how much protein powder you should add to your smoothie?
The yoga world stopped breathing for a moment, this week—when B.K.S. Iyengar did—at 3:15 a.m. on August 20.
(Photo: @mystiquezen via Instagram) Why grab a seat when you can test your balance in tree pose? Train-traveling yogis are the new subway dancers.
(Photo: We Heart It) Playing catch-up? Here are the week’s must-read Well+Good stories you may have missed.
(Photo: Instagram/@CharleeAtkins) Midway through one of my first SoulCycle classes with Charlee Atkins—two-plus years ago, in Union Square—she tossed her long, brunette ponytail over her head, right as the beat dropped during a tap back.
Sometimes, you even get your own bike stoplight! (Photo: Lisa Elaine Held for Well+Good) One of the things I learned very quickly as soon as I started pedaling around the Big Apple was that some cyclists love to ignore the rules of the road.
Zumba’s new “Perfect Leggings,” pictured here, were not perfectly secured. (Photo: Zumba) Will Zumba-branded leggings soon be sold in secret back alley shops like stolen Prada bags?
It’s no secret that fitness brands are infiltrating the fashion world. But the other way around? It’s coming… A slew of traditional fashion designers have recently launched activewear lines.
(Photo: We Heart It) 5 cool ways to wear a ponytail To take you from barre to bar. —Refinery29 Sweat-powered smartphones If your iPod dies during your commute, do some burpees on the subway platform.
(Photos: Beautified App) Beautified, an app that lets you book same-day beauty appointments in New York City, just launched fitness bookings.
(Photo: Wilhelmina Philadelphia) If you thought packing your workout bag the night before was a chore (guilty!
Tracy Anderson never rests. She’s constantly innovating, rolling out new DVDs, books, leggings, food, supplements, weights, bands, water bottles, blowout bars, pregnancy programs, men’s programs, you name it.
The chic lounge area and inspiration wall on the first floor. (Photo: Norma Jean Pilates) When you take a fitness class in the Hamptons there are a few things you come to expect—parking attendants at SoulCycle Bridgehampton and breathing in your neighbor’s sunscreen at Yoga Shanti Sag Harbor because the class is packed with 60 people.
(Photo: Moon Juice) Last week, Moon Juice, the popular indie brand with serious wellness cool factor, opened a location at the Ace Hotel Downtown Los Angeles.
A frame from Athleta’s “Crush of Adrenaline” video. (Photo: Athleta) Fitness fashion brand Athleta just announced it will host a huge New York Fashion Week event called “Crush of Adrenaline” this year, with a two-story installation, a celebrity choreographer, and, oh yeah…clothes.
While it doesn’t look that high, climbing this fence repeatedly (with tired muscles) is trickier than it seems.
There is such a thing as a healthy happy hour. M Cafe, the popular macrobiotic Los Angeles eatery, recently reintroduced Macro Hour, a late-afternoon selection of off-menu snacks and samplers, where instead of cocktails on the cheap, you quaff Macro Shooters, two ounce cold-pressed juices meant to give you an all-natural pick-me-up—sans risk of hangover.