What if we told you we could get you on the beach with a fitness superstar of the moment? Adam Rosante, founder of the crazy-popular The People’s Bootcamp and author of recently released book The 30-Second Body, is one of a rare breed of trainers who motivates you to push past your physical and mental limits while making you feel like you’re at a really fun party (it’s possible, we promise).
Bhakti Yoga Shala is a super popular donation-based studio in Santa Monica, California, known for its cool community vibes, and Govind Das (nee Ira Rosen) is the man behind it.
You might be sick of trainers telling you how important core strength is…but they can’t stop because it really is incredibly crucial, says Kettlebell Kickboxing founder Dasha Libin Anderson.
While we love to cover the beauty obsessions of others, we test tons of organic and all-natural products every month that we become obsessed with, too.
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, Monday, June 1–Sunday, June 7.
Playing catch-up? Here are the week’s five must-read Well+Good stories you may have missed. 1. 7 surprising things you didn’t know had gluten in them Um, check your go-to breakfast beverage and your takeout sushi… 2.
If you purposefully walk to the Union Square farmers market to get your wheatgrass on the way home from CrossFit twice a week, pass 18 juice bars on your way to work in the morning, or you can’t eat at Hu Kitchen without recognizing at least 11 fitness and yoga instructors, this may come as a surprise: New York City is not all that healthy.
You might be trying to cut back on sodium-laced snack foods like pita chips and guacamole, but here’s one thing you may want to consider adding some salt to: your yoga practice.
This summer, you may be able to get to your Flywheel class without wasting half of a beach day stuck on Montauk Highway.
Wellness guru BFFs and business partners Gwyneth Paltrow and Tracy Anderson are taking over the world one lifestyle service at a time—from workouts to blowouts (to vagina steam cleaning).
“At the Met Gala, whenever I told someone I’m focusing on meditation now, they had the same reaction: ‘I need that,’” says Donna D’Cruz, the celebrity DJ-turned-rockstar-meditation teacher.
You can’t walk into a grocery store without spotting a gluten-free section, and gluten-free dishes on restaurant menus are becoming increasingly commonplace, too, making it easier to suss out potential pitfalls if you’re living with Celiac Disease or a gluten intolerance.
Missed the convos that were happening while everyone waited to get into the spin studio? We share the buzzy food, fitness, beauty, and wellness news from our friends around the web that you shouldn’t miss this week.
Shaney Jo Darden makes cancer awareness look really cool. Originally a fashion designer and art producer from San Diego, Darden is the tattooed founder of Keep A Breast (KAB), an inspiring Los Angeles-based organization that’s been educating young women about breast cancer prevention through art, social media, and other creative projects for the past 15 years.
For Los Angeles-based Claire Thomas of The Kitchy Kitchen, being a food blogger isn’t about making complicated food, it’s about making simple yet delicious food shine—a concept she refers to as “lazy person elegance.” “When I first started the blog five years ago, I was so concerned with making food that looked impressive, everything I was making was stuffy and pretentious,” she says.
SoCal (healthy) babes rejoice. Sakara, the plant-based meal delivery service that’s popular among New York’s chic, downtown health trendsetters, is officially launching on the West Coast on June 1—from Santa Barbara all the way to San Diego.