The Checkup: Women’s Health Bans Phrase “Bikini Body” From Future Covers

And more healthy reads for your morning.

• The phrase “bikini body” is everywhere when it comes to promoting fitness and weight loss (we’ve totally been guilty of dropping it in a few posts over the years), but as Emmaus-based magazine Women’s Health recently stated in a blog post, the ubiquitous phrase is an “unintentional insult” and implies that you have to be a certain size to don a two-piece. Rude. Not to mention, readers don’t like seeing it on covers — so they’ve announced that the phrase is gone from their covers forever. Hear, hear. [Women’s Health]

• 14-degree weather calls for indoor runs, in my book. If you feel the same, take note of these tricky treadmill mistakes you might be making. [Well + Good]

• Take a cue from this Whole Foods produce coordinator and grab all the citrus you can get your hands on this month. It’s tastiest right now. [TIME]

• Calling all moms! Here, a handy list of Philly fitness studios that offer babysitting. Because mommy-and-me yoga is great, but sometimes you want to Savasana sans baby. [Wee Wander]

• Drop everything and go make these baked sweet potato fries. You won’t be sorry. [Yahoo Health]

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