• Fit to be Famous: Q&A with Actress, Singer, and Reality Star Rachel Bradshaw

    Fit to be Famous: Q&A with Actress, Singer, and Reality Star Rachel Bradshaw

    How long have you been gluten free? What are some of your favorite gluten free desserts or treats to make? Over three years now I have been gluten free and I have never felt better! If I want a sweet treat I will make dark chocolate and oatmeal no-bake cookies. They are so yummy and…
  • Renee Harshey: From Bikini to Wellness

    Renee Harshey: From Bikini to Wellness

    Renee Harshey had been competing in bikini for quite a while. She had done nine national contests and two international shows, but was unable to win her pro card. “My problem,” she says, “is that I tend to be denser in my lower body than the bikini judges are looking for.” Renee points out that…
  • Alina Popa In The Desert

    Alina Popa In The Desert

    Founding Editor of Flex Magazine and photographer to bodybuilding's elite shares his stunning photos of female bodybuilding champ Alina Popa.
  • Onstage or Offshore, Rachelle Cannon Always Exemplifies Excellence

    Onstage or Offshore, Rachelle Cannon Always Exemplifies Excellence

    As a veteran of the United States Coast Guard and IFBB Pro women’s bodybuilder Rachelle Cannon is a “she-ro” like her superhero role model Wonder Woman.
  • Aly Raisman Shares Her Olympic-Winning Battle with Migraines

    Aly Raisman Shares Her Olympic-Winning Battle with Migraines

    Alexandra “Aly” Raiman conquered the world of gymnastics as the captain of the 2020 U.S. Olympic Gymnastics teams awhile battling chronic migraine.
  • Roy Evans is a Military Man on a Bodybuilding Mission

    Roy Evans is a Military Man on a Bodybuilding Mission

    Fans of professional bodybuilding may know Roy Evans as a Men’s Open competitor now, but before he took to the competition stage, he worked behind the scenes in the Navy in multiple roles, but most notably as a member of the intelligence community. When asked about a special moment or highlight of his time in…
  • Have an Axe to Grind? This Timber Sports Athlete Will Show You How

    Have an Axe to Grind? This Timber Sports Athlete Will Show You How

    Alissa Wetherbee is the first person to logroll across the Mississippi River, and still holds the world record. To gain and hold onto this title, Wetherbee had to stand on a log, and with great strength, balance and footwork, roll the log across the width of the Mississippi River within the distance from Port Byron,…
  • Don Saladino Used the Pandemic to Rebuild His Body — and Business

    Don Saladino Used the Pandemic to Rebuild His Body — and Business

    For years, fitness media has cast Don Saladino as “the superhero trainer.” It was a moniker the 22-year industry veteran scoffed at initially but eventually embraced as a marketing tool to highlight his work with a handful of celebrity clients at his gym in Lower Manhattan. He never hatched an elaborate scheme to attract actors…
  • How Erin Andrews Stays Fit and Healthy Despite Her Hectic Lifestyle

    How Erin Andrews Stays Fit and Healthy Despite Her Hectic Lifestyle

    NFL broadcasting icon Erin Andrews has learned that staying fit and healthy means always being able to make adaptations in the short-term in order to keep those long-term goals in check. At age 43, the sportscaster and television personality has managed to stay in shape despite the pressures of a hectic travel schedule, the stresses…
  • Chris Diamantopoulos put Everyone on ‘Red Notice’ with His New Shredded Physique

    Chris Diamantopoulos put Everyone on ‘Red Notice’ with His New Shredded Physique

    Chris Diamantopoulos has been a keen health and fitness enthusiast since childhood, so when the opportunity to gain weight and soften up a little in order to play the villain in Netflix’s latest blockbuster, “Red Notice,” the 46-year-old looked forward to a temporary relaxation of his strict regimen in favor of increasing his pizza intake.…