There was cardio, and there was strength. In the gym, the two have long been separate entities, in separate sections, often with separate audiences. If you wanted both, you hit the weights first and then jumped into an aerobics or spinning class, or vice versa. But that's changing.
The diarrhea wouldn't stop. The hallucinations were just beginning. The blisters on her feet formed as she ran. In heat that topped 120 degrees, Lisa Smith-Batchen's body began breaking down.
Sometimes science quantifies something many of us know to be true. So listen up, new parents: Waking up repeatedly to care for a little one isn't good for your moods and your ability to attend to tasks, and it's just as bad as not sleeping much at all.
Fantasy meets fatherhood in the world of 62-year-old fashion model Bernard Fouquet. "I am the father of this big, huge family and I really love that," he says, speaking of his longtime role as patriarch of the preppy family that stars in Tommy Hilfiger advertisements. "Some of the kids disappear, but it's the dad (not the kid) who stays in the picture." In reality, the French native, whose face has also backed brands such as Brooks Bros. and J.M. Weston, is the father of his own large brood, five daughters and one son. Last month, Fouquet posed for the first time with some of his clan — wife Pascale, daughters Cielle and Gigi and son Nick, a Venice-based...