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Most read posts of all time

I gave a talk at Carleton University on Monday to their brand new Ethics and Public Affairs program. More about the talk later–“Fitness as a Feminist Issue”–but not surprisingly, in the question period, talk turned to the blog. People asked about our most popular posts and how much they were read and I thought you might be interested too.

Here’s our top ten posts of all time.

If you haven’t read them yet, enjoy!

She May Look Healthy But…Why Fitness Models Aren’t Models of Health 61,514
The Shape of an Athlete 30,647
Why the “Thigh Gap” Makes Me Sad 25,726
Padded sports bras and nipple phobia 25,076
Precision Nutrition’s Lean Eating Program: A Year in Review 23,301
Crotch shots, upskirts, sports reporting, and the objectification of female athletes’ bodies 21,858
Finding clothes to fit athletic women’s bodies 20,237
“You’ve Lost Weight! You Look Great!” Isn’t a Compliment 19,434
Intermittent fasting and why it might not work as well for women 18,715
Raspberry Ketone, Pure Green Coffee Extract, Garcinia Cambogia, Weight Loss, and the Fallacy of Appealing to Authority 17,740

 

By contrast here are ten from the bottom bunch. They’re still counted as “top posts” so they’re not the least read. But they have the fewest hits of the ‘top posts.” (Not quite sure how WordPress defines that!) Anyway, go read these too! Maybe share them and spread the word.

Building Muscle and the Vegan Diet 269
Biology Is Destiny: A Couple of Men Explain Why Women Have Curvier Hips and Fatter Butts 269
My first time trying hot yoga 268
Part 2: The Fight (Guest Post) 268
Two Bike Cultures: Weighing the Pros and Cons 267
Testing athletes for “too much” testosterone shows how inadequate the sex binary really is 267
Wadja: A girl, her bike, and her dreams 267
Bad race ideas? Prison Break! 266
Fit and fat revisited (ultra running doesn’t make everyone thin and lean) 265
The most cerebral sport I’ve ever tried (Guest post) 264

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