Tag: Workout

The Resurgence Of Athleisure In A Post-Pandemic Era

The Resurgence Of Athleisure In A Post-Pandemic Era

With months upon months of worldwide stay-at-home orders in early 2020, everyone’s daily wardrobe seemed to shift from business casual to comfy casual, with the classic quarantine uniform consisting of sweats and a sweatshirt, with the occasional change into a nice shirt for the odd Zoom meeting. However, while the Covid-19 pandemic is still happening, the importance of fashion in day-to-day life has luckily reemerged, with a clear influence of the pandemic ‘fashion’ appearing in mainstream looks now.

Christina Pipia: Making a Name for Herself as a Bodybuilder, Competitor, Lifestyle Coach, and Nutritionist

Christina Pipia: Making a Name for Herself as a Bodybuilder, Competitor, Lifestyle Coach, and Nutritionist

Christina Pipia is making a name for herself as a bodybuilder, competitor, lifestyle coach, and nutritionist. In addition to her full-time job as a marketing analyst and proposal coordinator, she has her plate full as she dedicates herself daily to her passion for bodybuilding, fitness, and lifestyle coaching. How does she do it all?

How Fad Workout Trends are Creating Unrealistic Beauty Standards

How Fad Workout Trends are Creating Unrealistic Beauty Standards

The dangers of the internet will never go away. From promoting false advertisements to making people believe they aren’t skinny enough or pretty enough; companies are constantly preying off our insecurities. If you have ever looked up workout challenges on Youtube, you will notice that a lot of the videos tell you it’s possible to lose 25 pounds or get abs in a week. The reality is that these clickbait videos are creating unrealistic beauty standards and can be harmful to everyone, especially the younger generation.

For the #BodyPositive movement to be successful, thin women need to stop co-opting the movement

For the #BodyPositive movement to be successful, thin women need to stop co-opting the movement

Over the last few months, I’ve had an interesting ride with the social media app TikTok. While
it’s been fun to post my personal workouts in my feeble attempts of reaching TikTok fame, I’ve
also found myself in the ‘body positive movement’ algorithm of the app. Now, like many other
men and women, I’ve had my fair share of time spent growing up uncomfortable in my skin.
However, watching the body positive movement get co-opted my much slimmer, white women
over the past few months has been nothing short of irritating yet completely predictable.

Living Better with Brazilian Jiu Jitsu

Living Better with Brazilian Jiu Jitsu

Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, also known as BJJ, has been slowly crept into the mainstream. With the surge of combat sports in pop culture, Brazilian Jiu Jitsu has made a stand as one of the most superior martial arts. The art was initially designed to give an advantage for a smaller individual to control and subdue […]

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