Must-Reads for the Fit Bottomed Mamas—and the Dads

It wouldn't be Fit Bottomed Dudes' Week without giving a little love to the Fit Bottomed Dads in the house, right? Read on for a few of the links you may have missed on Fit Bottomed Mamas. Hooray for raising the next generation of fit bottomed girls and boys! School bullying sucks. How you can …
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Tips to Go from Dude to Fit Bottomed Dude


Today’s post is provided by Life Fitness, one of our favorite providers of fitness equipment. For more fitness advice, visit or follow them on Twitter or Facebook. Men often judge physical fitness by the size of their muscles. They tend to skimp on cardio exercise and …
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♪ FitHits: Let’s-Hear-It-For-the-Boys Edition


Boys, don't be alarmed. We will not be discussing Footloose today. Ladies, don't be disappointed. We have plenty of tracks that you—and the fellas—will love. See, after having so much fun with last year's Tunes for Dudes workout playlist, we knew we'd have to do it again. But instead of one of the …
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Real Men Do (or at Least Try) Pilates


Because Pilates is traditionally seen as a workout for the ladies— but has incredible benefits for the men, too—today's post for Fit Bottomed Dudes' Week features a Q&A with Annabelle Rosemurgy, owner of a chain of Pilates studios in Southern California, called Equilibrium, on all things men and …
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A Fit Bottomed Dad’s Take: What I’ve Learned


Today's post for Fit Bottomed Dudes' Week is by no other than my father-in-law, Greg Walters. Continuing the theme of coercing our loved ones into writing about their fitness experiences, we are thrilled to showcase his evolution of fitness. —Jenn When Jenn asked me to write a piece for Fit …
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The Real Cycling Deal: RealRyder Class

Mark and Bob Harper!

We recently sent one of our manliest-of-men writers, Mark Arana, to try a RealRyder cycling class in L.A. Below are his thoughts on how tough the workout was and if it's a good fit for all of the Fit Bottomed Dudes in the house! —Jenn There's only one way to sum up a RealRyder cycling class: It's …
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