In: Volume 5-Issue 2
Hannah Bronfman Does the Work and It Feels GoodDJ Hannah Bronfman inspires women to go deeper, listen to their body and mind, and maintain an active lifestyle through her online #HBFIT community and new book, "Do What Feels Good."
Sam Parham: The Joy of Finding Your Own Path With ParkourSam Parham, an award-winning stuntman and parkour pioneer, explains how the emerging sport has helped him and many others learn how to overcome life's obstacles.
Cardio RevivalTired of trotting on the treadmill? Dig into this total-body workout that does double duty, building strength and elevating your heart rate with classic moves punctuated by cardio blasts to really get you going.
Core Moves You’ll Love to HateEveryone loves the way strong abs look and the way a strong core feels (especially when they’re lifting a heavy suitcase or kid), but core workouts are possibly everyone’s favorite workout to hate.
You Got This: How to Persevere When You Don’t Really Feel Like ItNo matter how motivated we are, or how soon we expect to see results, or how fantastic that new shirt is (and it is), ... we still need to put in the work.
9 Ways to Make Cooking FunTransform meal prep from an arduous task into an enjoyable part of your daily routine with 9 simple steps.
Mini Trifles for TwoThough decadent, these mini trifles are perfectly portioned for two, but they are also plenty big enough to share if you have one or two hopefuls hovering around with spoons in hand.
Start Loving Your Liver, and the Rest Will FollowWhen the liver is overburdened, it is unable to function properly and can contribute to a whole array of health issues. Give this hard-working organ a little TLC to boost your digestive system, clear your skin and maintain a healthy weight.
Terri Cole: Making Love WorkRomcom culture makes happily ever after look effortless, but is love really that simple? Psychotherapist and relationship expert Terri Cole shows us how to invest our time and attention to develop deep and sustaining relationships - starting with ourselves.