Get Your RPE On

For our recommended workouts, the Fit Bottomed Girls use a common and scientifically recommended way to determine exercise intensity, the Rate of Perceived Exertion (RPE) scale. A sexy name, I know. The FBGs use the scale in workouts because it does a really good job of catering exercise to you …
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Retro Review: Strength Building Yoga

I don’t claim to be any sort of yoga guru. I enjoy yoga, but my hammies always tell me that I need to be doing it more often. They say that yoga is a practice and if Rodney Yee: Strength Building Yoga taught me anything, it’s that I need more practice. Much, much more. Since I’ve previously enjoyed …
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Posh: Buying New Workout Kicks

Call me an “un”-role model for podiatric health. I rarely buy new tennis shoes. And I don’t only wear my tennis shoes to work out. I wear them when walking the dog, going to the grocery store, running errands, going dancing, to job interviews…you get the idea. Needless to say, I get my money’s …
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FitBits: Fit Tested, Over Hydrated, Beyond Obsessed

America tests its fitness, eight glasses a day gets debunked, and the overly health obsessed be warned. That's an Executive Order Remember the test you took in elementary school where you had to run a mile and then get in front of the class and try to wiggle and squirm your way up to complete …
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Under Review: Walk At Home

As mentioned in our first post, the FBGs are not haters. All exercise is good exercise. With that being said... Leslie Sansone's recent DVD release, Walk at Home: 5 Mile, didn't exactly have me walking on air. While Leslie is endearing at times, she's can be a tad annoying. Granted, the woman …
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