The 5 Online Workouts You Don’t Want To Miss

*Written by Kylie Newman* This past year, staying active was more important than ever. With many gyms closed, college students were in need of an outlet: enter online workouts.  For over a year now, I have been relying solely on long walks and online workouts to get my fix in. Let me introduce you to some of the workouts and people that have kept me … Continue reading The 5 Online Workouts You Don’t Want To Miss

7 Reasons to Join Forces with a Workout Buddy

The gym can be intimidating, regardless of whether you’re a newbie or a fitness extraordinaire. Whether it’s because you don’t feel comfortable at the gym, your jam-packed schedule doesn’t allow for much wiggle room, or you simply don’t have the motivation, a workout buddy could provide you with the boost of willpower you need to jump-start your fitness aspirations. Don’t know if having a workout … Continue reading 7 Reasons to Join Forces with a Workout Buddy

Q&A with Vegable Co-Founder Maria Dieser

Vegable Produce, a farm to door delivery box service, was founded on the belief that it should be easy and affordable for you to make the choice to eat healthy. Vegable Produce brings organic and sustainable fruits and vegetables to your doorstep on a weekly basis, giving you access to a nutritious box hassle free.  The Fit Magazine spoke with Vegable co-founder Maria Dieser to … Continue reading Q&A with Vegable Co-Founder Maria Dieser

TikTok and The FYP: The Toxic Diet Culture Taking Over Teenage Lives

*Written by Ella Welch* *DISCLAIMER: This article talks about concepts regarding eating habits and eating disorders. I am also writing as a student, not a certified dietitian or nutritionist.* Much of society has become familiarized with the new social media app TikTok, which allows creators to post short video clips of their daily lives, funny moments, news, or other random content. The app is quite … Continue reading TikTok and The FYP: The Toxic Diet Culture Taking Over Teenage Lives

How I Created a Balanced Lifestyle for Myself and How You Can Too

*Written by Naomi Strauss* Every day when I go on social media, my brain is flooded with images and ideas of what is considered “perfect.” Advertisements for the “perfect” body and “perfect” diet that I have to try” are constantly pushed on me.  These instances of “perfection” that I saw everyday had a detrimental effect on my self esteem. After realizing that what may work for … Continue reading How I Created a Balanced Lifestyle for Myself and How You Can Too

5 Soups to Curl Up By The Fire With This Winter

*Written by Naomi Strauss* When I think of winter, I think of three things: fires, movies, and soup. There is nothing more perfect to me than a cozy night in, curled up by a fire with a big bowl of warm soup.  Soup has always held a very special place in my heart — and my stomach. Soup has a variety of benefits, such as … Continue reading 5 Soups to Curl Up By The Fire With This Winter

Where My Ladies At? Lack of Female Representation in the Weight Room

Whether it was pre-corona when I was lifting six times a week, or now, in the midst of COVID-19, when I go to the gym whenever I can, every time I step foot into the gym, it looks the same: predominantly women on the ab mats and treadmills and men in the weight room.  This was the case last year when I went to Lehigh’s … Continue reading Where My Ladies At? Lack of Female Representation in the Weight Room

Recipes for Beginner Bobby Flays

When someone asks you what you’ve been cooking while away at college, they aren’t talking about peanut butter and jelly sandwiches or microwave mac and cheese.  I love a good PB&J just as much as the next person, but I can’t live off of them (well, I mean I could). As my Intro to Nutrition professor tells us, it’s ALL about variety.  Cooking is fun; … Continue reading Recipes for Beginner Bobby Flays

Everything but the Ball: Podcast Highlights Women in Sports

Everything but the Ball is a new podcast hosted by Katie McNulty, Caleigh Burchfield, and Jenna Kase all about uplifting women in sports. McNulty is a junior at Lehigh University majoring in journalism, Burchfield is a junior at St. Lawrence University majoring in English writing and communications, and Kase is a junior at Emerson College majoring in sports communication. The three co-hosts met this summer … Continue reading Everything but the Ball: Podcast Highlights Women in Sports