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body image

An athlete is going to look like whatever she is.
These pieces have caught your attention throughout the week. So here they are in one place for you to consume, digest, and enjoy.
Shift your focus from eating for appearance to eating for performance.
Valuing your personal appearance can help motivate healthier diet and exercise choices but there is a fine line to tread between body image and weight loss.
Charles offers advice about morning workouts and using high reps in training.
Put aside gender stereotypes and pick up a barbell, because weightlifting can be a woman's best friend.
I’m pretty sure what is really ideal has little to do with a big butt or ripped abs.
Through these practice I no longer stress about being perfect. Instead, I love my body for simply existing.
Body weight is easy to track. But there are better ways to assess your true health and wellness.
Any comparisons of The Box’s cover photo and real photos of Camille seem to reveal a body much different.
I've been concerned about my weight for three decades. And I have learned everyone has a weight that is right for him or her.
In order for women (and men) to embrace their bodies, we need to look beyond accepting our physical appearance.
Athletes are typically good at listening to their coaches. But they're not always so good at listening to themselves.
How do today’s physical standards affect males and how they feel about themselves?
Stefani Ruper presents her unconventional approach to sexiness in this fun and informative book.
I was mentally screwed up as a child. Luckily, I found weights were the perfect medicine for my insecurity.
As a female, I can't help but be fascinated by the images of women in the fitness world. For that reason, two particular articles made my picks this week, as well as five others you shouldn't miss.
As fitness professionals, we work with clients on a daily basis, and we are the first line of defense against perpetuating unrealistic expectations for our female clients.