Topic: running

Michael Fassbender Is Dating A New Lady, And She Can Beat You In A Race

Michael Fassbender Is Dating A New Lady, And She Can Beat You In A Race

Double bad news for ladies who were hoping to embark on a relationship with Michael Fassbender and his penis charming personality. Not only does it look like Michael is romancing a new lady, but she can totally beat you in a race. Or catch you if you try to stash Michael in your handbag and run off with him. If that were possible. Her name is Louise Hazel, and she’s a British Olympian. Not only an Olympian, but a heptathlete. That’s more than just a trigger for spell check; it’s also a type of athlete who participates in heptathlons—a sport involving seven track and field events, like hurdles and 200-meter runs. More »

Get Your Sweat On With A Pair Of These Exciting, Bright Running Shoes

Get Your Sweat On With A Pair Of These Exciting, Bright Running Shoes

As somebody who does not particularly enjoy running, sometimes I need a little extra motivation. While I don’t love wearing cute or “flattering” (i.e. slimming) exercise wear, I do really love putting on a pair of efficient shoes that also has an appearance I find appealing. It’s just oddly nice to look down and see my feet moving quickly in a color I love; it just encourages that extra bit of productivity, for some reason.

So, for you fellow flash-loving folks, I’ve found some spectacular, bright running shoes! More »

BareMinerals Wants You To Run For Fraternity Boys’ Viewing Pleasure Because You’re ‘Beautiful When You Sweat’

BareMinerals Wants You To Run For Fraternity Boysâ Viewing Pleasure Because Youâre âBeautiful When You Sweatâ

Last weekend, runners in the Nike’s Women Marathon DC were surprised to see some creepy, weird signs being held by frat boys. The posters commented on their looks, saying stuff like, “Cute running shoes” and “You look beautiful all sweaty.” They were part of a campaign by makeup company BareMinerals — and they were anything but empowering. In fact, they just promoted street harassment and the idea that female athletes (and all women) should somehow care about how they look to men while exercising. More »