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Past articles by Gabrielle:

7 Health Foods You May Want to Rethink

Not all "healthy foods" are created equal: Some may be contaminated during processing, while others have hidden unsavory ingredients. Find out whether these 7 health foods are actually good for you, and what to look for in all common health foods. → Read More

7 Health Foods You May Want to Rethink

If you're making your health a priority in 2018, bravo to you! To start your healthy eating meal plan off right, hit the produce section so you can load up on fruits and vegetables. But before you head to the other aisles to restock your pantry, you may want to reconsider a few of these traditional health foods that could potentially have negative effects on your body. As it turns out, some… → Read More

How President Obama's Morning Routine Compares To Yours

The top two rules of President Obama's morning routine: never miss a workout and always eat breakfast, according to Reggie Love, who served as Obama's personal aide from 2009 to 2011. → Read More

How Spinning Became A National Fitness Obsession (Infographic)

There's no question about it, cycling has become a national phenomenon. From boutique studios like FlyWheel and SoulCycle, to spin-at-home subscriptions like Peloton, today fitness junkies have → Read More

11 Nutritionists Reveal What They REALLY Pack For Lunch

We all know it's healthier to bring your own lunch to work, but it's also a lot harder. Packing a lunch every day takes time and a decent amount of creativity. That's why we quizzed our favorite → Read More

What REALLY Happens To Your Body When You're On A Bike (Infographic)

As biking grows in popularity in cities around the country, and fitness studios like FlyWheel and SoulCycle are expanding like crazy — it's clear that this cycling habit will probably stick around. → Read More

Yet Another Reason Why You Don't Have To Run

There are so many ways to get your sweat on these days. You can perform HIIT workouts, run half marathons, take a trampoline class, or attempt parkour. Though the best exercise for your health might → Read More

Meet California's First Transgender Cheerleader

18-year-old Anry Fuentes, who is transgender and identifies as a female, made headlines last week when she tried out — and earned a spot — on the cheerleading squad at her high school in Denair, → Read More

First Plus Size Designer To Win Project Runway: Meet Ashley Tipton

For the first time in 14 seasons (11 years), Project Runway awarded the grand prize to plus-size designer Ashley Tipton. Her 1950s-inspired designs (all plus size) wow-ed the judges and viewers. → Read More

"Athleisure" Is Officially A Thing: The Word Is Now In Merriam-Webster

Break out your favorite stretchy, patterned leggings and cutest racerback tank — The New York Times just reported that the term "athleisure" will be included in the next update of the Merriam-Webster → Read More

This 73-Year-Old Man Just Completed His 50th Marathon (In 50 States!)

Meet John Maultsby, of Las Vegas, who just crossed one big to-do off of his bucket list: run 50 marathons in 50 states. Oh, and if you missed the headline, he's 73 years old. On his 60th birthday, → Read More

What No One Tells You About Working In The Fitness Industry

As the fitness editor here at mbg, I have the (awesome) task of trying new workouts every week and interacting with inspiring fitness instructors from all over the country. Their energy, creativity, → Read More

Everything You Need To Know About The World's 5 Greatest Marathons (Even If You Hate Running)

This morning, nearly 50,000 people are running 26.2 miles, aiming to finish the largest marathon in the world, the New York City Marathon. The race takes runners through all five boroughs of the → Read More

10 Meals Nutritionists Cook On Busy Weeknights

Weeknights are tough. You get home after a long day and feel completely ravenous. Maybe your fridge is stocked, or maybe you didn't have time to go grocery shopping — whatever the scenario, you need → Read More

Florists Transform An Abandoned Detroit House Into Floral Art

This weekend, the residents of Hamtramck, Michigan are invited to Flower House, a vacant house that has been turned into an art installation by florists from all over the country. Colorful → Read More

First Female Army Reserve Officer Graduates From Ranger School

Meet Major Lisa Jaster, the first U.S. Army Reserve female officer to graduate from Ranger school. This is no ordinary feat. Ranger school is considered to be one of the toughest military training → Read More

9 Of The Hardest Workouts You'll Ever Try

In New York City, it seems like a new fitness studio pops up every week. Each new workout is focused on an innovative way to kick your butt. There are trampoline workouts, prison-style bootcamps, → Read More

9 Of The Hardest Workouts You'll Ever Try

In New York City, it seems like a new fitness studio pops up every week. Each new workout is focused on an innovative way to kick your butt. There are trampoline workouts, prison-style bootcamps, → Read More

Meet The World's First Yoga Doll (She Doesn't Look Like Barbie!)

Here at mbg, we frequently write about issues with Barbie, and how she's not the best role model for young girls today. Thankfully, there are a few creative minds who trying to change the toy → Read More

5 Tips For Perfect Posture At A Standing Desk (Photo)

It's no surprise that sitting at your desk for eight hours a day isn't great for your body (in fact, studies suggest it's slowly killing us). If you're anything like the mbg staffers, you may have → Read More