Fitness

Editor’s Note: In September 2020, Kaiya McCullough left the Washington Spirit, a National Women’s Soccer League team she’d been drafted to earlier that year. In August 2021, McCullough bravely spoke out to The Washington Post about the true reasons she stepped down: a horrific pattern of verbal and emotional abuse by then-coach Richie Burke, which
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Image Source: Dorothy Wong Last month, patrons waited in line for four hours to get into Portland, Oregon’s hottest new spot. By the time they finally got through the doors, some burst into tears while others hugged the bar’s owner, Jenny Nguyen (shown above). It was the weekend of the NCAA women’s March Madness tournament,
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Image Source: Red Bull Media House No matter your culture or background, movement is a language we can all understand. That’s one of the things that makes dance so appealing: it’s expressive, communicative, and, perhaps most importantly, universal. For performers Madeline Rodriguez, Bianca Robinson, and Milana Mustafina, dance has done more than provide a creative
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Sports Illustrated’s annual Swimsuit Issue is making history once again. Hitting newsstands on May 19, the 2022 issue features model Kelly Hughes, the first-ever woman to bare her cesarean (or C-section) scar in the magazine’s 58-year history. The editorial spread was created in partnership with Frida Mom, a brand dedicated to postpartum recovery, to normalize
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You’d think after years of showing off her skills, Brie Larson might stop impressing us with her fitness videos — but it appears the limit of “wow” does not exist. Between single-arm push-ups, one-minute-long pull-ups, and pushing a 5,000-pound jeep, there’s really nothing the actress can’t do. Though she’s better known as Captain Marvel, Larson’s
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