Women's Health

FIT FOR ALL

Reader Morgan Gibson Kanner demonstrating a weight-plate routine, p. 80

Two years ago this month, i proclaimed we’d no longer be using the phrase “bikini body” in . Since then, body diversity has dominated the national conversation. Plus-size models walk the runways of Michael Kors and Tracy Reese. Celebs who aren’t size 2 grace fashion and wellness magazine covers. And on Instagram, there are over 4 million #BodyPositive posts. It’s been a great thing, inclusivity, as a boon to our emotional health, but also as a realistic statement

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