eating disorders

Here's a clear, effective plan to confront the reality of emotional eating.
Social media platforms may not be helping break the cycle of eating disorders and compulsive exercise.
Give yourself permission to take control of your life. These are the life-changing steps I used to successfully recover from my eating disorder.
Being able to balance the intensity of an all-or-nothing approach to performance is both a blessing and a curse.
Boredom makes us do funny things, like eat candy and Doritos when we're not even hungry. Turns out there's some real science behind this.
Every Sunday we post the "Sunday Seven" so you can quickly see the seven most popular articles of the week. This week: food issues, spine stabilization, the rules of strength training, and more!
Shouldn’t we get excited when someone who is out of shape, unhealthy, overweight, weak, or recovering walks in to our box? That’s what this movement is supposed to be about.
When I first heard the saying “strong is the new skinny” I loved it, but since then, I’ve kind of grown to hate it. Let me explain.
Cheryl Nasso competed in the 2011 CrossFit Games, but for decades before she struggled with a life-threatening eating disorder. She credits the discovery of CrossFit for changing everything.
My life changed on May 13, 2011. It was my first day in a treatment center for an eating disorder. It changed again on December 5, 2011 when I discovered CrossFit.
Orthorexia, while not officially recognized by the DSM-IV as an eating disorder, is basically an unhealthy obsession with eating healthy food. Take a quiz and find out if you're on the edge.
I have a secret. It’s one I’ve been trying to cover it up since I was thirteen. I felt that my secret would lead people to believe I was fat, lazy, gross, and unattractive. Do you share my secret?