Cristina Goyanes
Cristina Goyanes is an NYC-based freelance editor and writer who covers topics including sports, fitness, travel, health, lifestyle, and inspiring people profiles for various national men's and women's magazines and websites. She's an avid cyclist who completed a seven-day, 545-mile bike ride from San Francisco to LA in June 2013.

Extreme anger or violence is never the answer to a problem, but neither is dismissing your emotions.

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You know that forgetting where you put your iPhone or why you just walked into a room isn't necessarily a sign that you're developing Alzheimer's.

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For as long as you can remember, your menstrual cycle has never had good timing. Somehow it always knows to show up on the day you wear white or leave for a beach vacation.

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If you've ever had to bounce back from an injury, you know just how hard it is to stay on track once your insurance-covered PT sessions end.

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A bike helmet can now do more than protect your brain—it can read it too!

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Being a father can mean more than one thing as 12-time Paralympic gold medalist Jessica Long tells Shape.

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Growing up, my father, Pedro, was a farm boy in rural Spain. Later he became a merchant marine, and for 30 years after that, worked as a New York City MTA mechanic.

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While your man screams “GOOOOOOAL!!” at the TV screen during the World Cup, which kicks off June 12, you might be simultaneously scoring yourself—alone in bed.

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Putting your body through the ringer during a workout means you'll need an equally tough foam roller to help you work out the post-exercise kinks.

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In February 2013, Turia Pitt of New South Wales filed a lawsuit against RacingThePlanet, the organizers of a September 2011 100-kilometer...

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