• Woman proves fitness selfies aren't just for one body type
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    Ciara Sheppard

    Woman proves fitness selfies aren't just for one body type

    She dedicated the photo "to the woman who feels excluded by the fitness world," saying, "movement is not about the results.”

  • How to stop your thighs chafing in the heat (and it doesn't involve Vaseline)
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    Alice Sholl

    How to stop your thighs chafing in the heat (and it doesn't involve Vaseline)

    You can put that talcum powder away, too.

  • A guide to fitness for the totally unmotivated
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    Alice Sholl

    A guide to fitness for the totally unmotivated

    You’ve finally decided that once the new year begins, you’re going to join the lycra-clad women and men trying to do the same thing as you: get fit.

  • Tory Burch’s New Sportswear Line Was Inspired by Wes Anderson
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    Nora Crotty

    Tory Burch’s New Sportswear Line Was Inspired by Wes Anderson

    Tory Burch’s brand new line, Tory Sport, is loaded with casual, classic sportswear, perfect for wearing to the gym, from the gym, at the gym, and all times in between. Just don’t call it “athleisure.” “You know, there used to be something called leisure suits… I can’t really explain it, it’s just not my favorite name!” Burch told Yahoo Style Wednesday, at the opening of the Tory Sport pop-up store in New York’s SoHo neighborhood—the very same location in which she debuted her namesake line 11 years earlier.  Instead, Tory Sport’s Fall 2015 collection includes a category of clothing called ‘Coming & Going’—which joins a range performance wear for a wide variety of athletic activities, including tennis, golf, yoga, running, and water sports. There are about 150 pieces in total, ranging in price from $55 for performance tops to $550 for outerwear.  Burch, who’s been interested in doing sportswear for eight years—and actually began working on Tory Sport three years ago—saw a gap in the market for classic and elegant, yet still functional, clothing. “For me, I wasn’t finding the kind of [sportswear] I loved from high school and college.