Our most popular posts ever!

Last week I shared our top posts of 2016. This week I’m sharing our top posts of all time. All of these posts have been read (ok, well looked at, or clicked on) more than 10,000 times. That’s pretty exciting for academic authors. We’ve also come a long way. When we first started writing, back in September 2012, we didn’t expect more than family and close friends to follow along. But our writing struck a nerve, it seems.

She May Look Healthy But…Why Fitness Models Aren’t Models of Health
Precision Nutrition’s Lean Eating Program: A Year in Review
The Shape of an Athlete
Finding clothes to fit athletic women’s bodies
Padded sports bras and nipple phobia
Why the “Thigh Gap” Makes Me Sad
Crotch shots, upskirts, sports reporting, and the objectification of female athletes’ bodies
“You’ve Lost Weight! You Look Great!” Isn’t a Compliment
Intermittent fasting and why it might not work as well for women
Raspberry Ketone, Pure Green Coffee Extract, Garcinia Cambogia, Weight Loss, and the Fallacy of Appealing to Authority
CrossFit and women’s bodies: It’s complicated
Bike seats, speed, and sexual depravity
I hate you Weight Watchers
Fit, Fat, and What’s Wrong with BMI
On going commando and athletic clothing
The women of CrossFit

 

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Philosopher, feminist, parent, and cyclist!

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