At the cover shoot for our “Get Real” issue, size-14 supermodel Lizzie Miller talks about being “the girl on page 194” of the September issue of Glamour, the need for more images of real women in the media, and how she’s overcome her own personal struggle with body image.
John Garcia has always been a dog person, and at the cover shoot for the October 2009 issue of Experience Life, the celebrated dog trainer and star of National Geographic Channel’s DogTown series talks about the impact his four-legged friends have had on him throughout his life. He also explains the mission of Utah’s Best Friends Animal Sanctuary and discusses what we can learn from man’s best friend.
At the cover shoot for our September 2009 issue, new mom and actress-athlete Maxine Bahns explains how she balances her time between parenthood, her career and her personal relationship with her husband, road cyclist Patrick Watson. She also discusses how she’ll share the values of health and fitness with Madison (then just 3 months old).
Kids and tweens today aren’t getting enough exercise. You may think of their attachment to electronic gadgets as a big part of the problem, but two fitness experts explain why one gadget in particular — a heart-rate monitor — may be an important part of the solution.
A too-busy reality can run you and your loved ones ragged — and do real damage to your family’s happiness in the process. Here’s how to make time for the healthy priorities that really matter.
When we set aside the stereotypes we have about raising teenagers, we can better approach the real challenges that arise – and rediscover the joy in our relationships with our children.
They run, they jump, they play, they compete. That’s great. But how well do their real-life activities measure up to recommendations?