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Last week, the internet took note of an ableist slur in a track on Beyoncé’s new album, “Renaissance,” and Twitter lit up with hot takes. The song “Heated,” co-written by Beyoncé, Drake, and others, included the words “spaz,” and “spazzin,” which are derived from “spastic.” Medically, “spastic” describes a condition in which nerves are damaged
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How to create a personalized fitness plan If you’re like most people, you probably have a New Year’s resolution to get in shape. Unfortunately, resolutions often fall by the wayside because they’re not specific or achievable. This year, make things different by creating a personalized fitness plan that’s tailored to your unique goals and abilities.
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Author: Helen Gaunt Before every run or workout, we all know it’s important to warm up. But what’s the science behind it and what is the recommended way to prepare our body to its best advantage? Have you heard of the RAMP approach? This is a progressive, dynamic warm up whereby you Raise (the heart
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As POPSUGAR editors, we independently select and write about stuff we love and think you’ll like too. If you buy a product we have recommended, we may receive affiliate commission, which in turn supports our work. Being a yoga instructor, I get to wear leggings for a living. But as a 6’2″ yoga instructor, not
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At Men’s Running, we’ve become somewhat of a headphones snob. That’s partly because we love running to music, and partly because we just love music. This makes headphones something of a key purchase. The sports Bluetooth headphones market is a competitive space with brands like Bose and Sennheiser all producing quality products. But, at the
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In partnership with Fitbit Want to get the most from your 10K training and racing? Using a Fitbit Ionic: adidas edition will help you measure and track your progress Deciding to really go for a 10K is a bold choice. Run it flat out from the start and you’ll have legs like lead by halfway.
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