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.

If you want to stay on track to tackle a big goal, like a half marathon...

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You already know you need to drink H20 before a super-sweaty exercise session, but determining the right amount can be tricky. Plus, leaving class with a headache, feeling thirsty during...

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Some people are born to run. Others are born with big hips. I've forever believed that the width of my curvy Latina body is the reason my knees always kill after a short or long run (...

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If you've ever felt a little guilty about polluting the deep blue with your pale yellow, you can now flush away your concerns: The American Chemical Society has officially declared, once...

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Scooby-Doo just made a big Scooby-Don't.

Normally, we don't tune into cartoons (unless it's Frozen), but this one recently caught our attention: In the long-running...

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“It was a calm night. No fights broke out,” said a security guard as I exited Madison Square Garden in New York City last night after the exciting premiere of the inaugural...

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Bossy. We get why Sheryl Sanberg launched a campaign to ban the B-word, but we think it just needs to be modified a bit. Drop the “y” and suddenly it stops trivializing the...

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If you're looking for love, don't blow off hookup apps like Tinder just yet. Some casual flings can lead to holy matrimony, or so says a...

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Forget blaming the obesity endemic on soda, trans fats, and endless hours sitting in front of a screen. A...

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Tragedies like the untimely death of Robin Williams are sad reminders of the intricacy of the human brain, and how much there is still to learn. But breakthrough research—like a...

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