How does one person host a network show, star in a daytime TV hit, write a novel, work out daily, and be the best mom she can be? We found out when we hosted our most recent Mamarazzi event with Ali Sweeney.
In his recent critique of CrossFit, Blogger Matthew Basso succeeds in warning readers of an alarmingly dangerous, unorthodox, and ineffective fitness program. The only drawback to Basso's article is that he critiques a program that doesn't exist.
If your interest in nutrition is to lose weight, you will find a vast array of books on the library shelves that offer potential solutions. To help you negotiate the many options in food plans, I selected books in five broad categories to aid in discovering your way to eat right every day.
I'm not going to call CrossFit a fad -- instead, I'll call it a bubble. I'm predicting its burst. I couldn't give you a timeframe, but I know traditional, proven methods of strength training, power training, and endurance training will last forever.
Despite the gravity of the situation, I am not convinced that the task of informing our society about our childhood obesity crisis should be placed on the shoulders of two 13-year-olds and a 16-year-old, especially with millions watching their personal weight-loss experiences each week.
After an emotional Danni explained how she hated seeing Pam go in last week's episode, the Biggest Loser contestants returned home to find that all the food had been taken from the kitchen. "You've got 10 overweight people," said the Blue Team's Michael. "You don't mess with our food!"
After a surprising and action-packed two-day season premiere (if you haven't already, have a look at our recaps of part one and part two), the contestants of The Biggest Loser were faced with a different type of challenge: a quiz about childhood obesity.
The descriptors applied to Dunham's body are not the most troubling element of Stasi's piece. It is the mean girl tone with which they are delivered, a tone that has become innocuous in our current culture, where women judging women has become a weird kind of blood sport.