Fitness

HISTORY HAS BEEN MADE❗️ Ilia Malinin lands the first quad Axel in history 🤯 at the #USIntlClasic pic.twitter.com/rppq73tQ5v — U.S. Figure Skating (@USFigureSkating) September 15, 2022 Figure skater Ilia Malinin made history last night at the US International Classic. The 17-year-old American landed the first ever quad axel in competition, a groundbreaking moment and fitting
0 Comments
Each year in the US, an estimated 12 million adults who receive outpatient care are misdiagnosed, and oftentimes, those patients fall within a minority identity, including women, nonwhite Americans, and those within the LGBTQ+ community. That’s why we created Finally, Diagnosed: a monthly series dedicated to highlighting the stories of those who’ve been overlooked by
0 Comments
Sweat is amazing. It may seem embarrassing or frustrating — especially in social situations like a job interview or first date — but sweat is one of the most important ways your body takes care of you. “Sweating actually assists with your body’s thermal regulation, skin hydration, and helps balance our fluids and electrolytes,” nurse
0 Comments
Catch Janelle Ginestra and the other Dance Fitsugar trainers in new episodes dropping every Friday on the POPSUGAR Fitness YouTube Channel. In 2020, dancer and choreographer Janelle Ginestra‘s world was being deconstructed. Couple the global pandemic with a divorce from her partner of 10 years and ensuing financial distress and it made for the “biggest
0 Comments
Scrutinizing celebrities’ bodies is nothing new, unfortunately, particularly for women. But celebrity men struggle with their own gendered expectations, from veiny biceps to “washboard abs.” Zac Efron has set a lot of those unrealistic standards himself, but that doesn’t mean he’s immune to the damaging effects. In a new interview for Men’s Health‘s October cover,
0 Comments