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The Rock Launched a Brand-New Fitness Collection Today—and It's All About Badass Women

Dwayne Johnson is a very, very busy guy. Hollywood star, workout-aholic, and family man (cue the aww's), you may or may not be aware that The Rock is also an activewear designer—which makes sense, as Johnson certainly knows his way around a gym. The best news? His newest fitness collection with Under Armour launched on ua.com today.

The latest Project Rock collection, called All Day Hustle (the most relatable name ever), has pieces for both men and women that are meant to be durable and work just as hard as you do.

Johnson wanted to create a full suite of women's apparel to match a campaign that showcases how badass women are. In the collection, you'll find everything from workout tanks to a sexy sports bra, compression leggings to workout-friendly headphones. There's even a rugged black bomber jacket we are totally coveting. The common theme? You can sweat it out in this gear and be confident that it'll keep up with you in your barre class or your most intense HIIT session.

"The All Day Hustle collection is inspired by my personal philosophy that our daily, consistent training in the gym becomes our anchor that drives success in all other aspects of life," says Johnson in a press release. The pieces in the collection should align with your inner badass and help you to feel strong enough to "walk through that MF'n jungle," he adds. We couldn't have said it better ourselves.

"Finding strength in the struggle. Joy in the grind. Excitement in the challenge. Always recognizing that the project of ‘you’ is never finished," Johnson says of the collection on ua.com. "Because there is always more work to do."

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The Internet Is Obsessed With This Diagram for Mastering Front Splits—Here's Why They're Beneficial

Recently, Pinterest has experienced a surge in wellness-related searches, especially for bedtime rituals, biohacks, and self-care, according to a new report. Another buzzy search topic: stretches. In fact, this how-to explainer demonstrating a front split has been pinned over 18,000 times.

If you’re thinking your body doesn’t bend that way, you’re not alone. “The life we lead now, nine-to-six office job, driving constantly, sofa and TV, can really take a toll on our bodies if we’re not careful,” says Kirby Koo, yoga instructor at USA Shaolin Temple in New York City. “As a result, the majority of us carry stress and tension in our hip area, which makes it difficult to do the splits, or any...

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Which Exercise Burns the Most Calories? Here's What Science Says

Your time is precious — and limited. So when it comes to working out, it’s not uncommon to wonder: what exercise burns the most calories?

Exercise scientists have rigorously studied the amount of energy people expend during different types of exercise, and they’ve determined which workouts are best for burning calories. The thing to keep in mind: the more muscles you engage and the harder (and longer) you push those muscles, the more energy your body will churn through, says Dr. Tim Church, an exercise researcher and a professor of preventative medicine at Pennington Biomedical Research Center at Louisiana State University. So in order to maximize the number of calories you’ll burn, “you want an exercise that uses both lower and upper body muscle...

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We Tried the $600 Personal Massager That Celebs Are Obsessed With

You may have seen this funky-looking massage tool making the rounds on social media—celebs like Shakira and top athletes like three-time Olympian Kerri Walsh Jennings have posted glowing reviews of the TheraGun Professional Massager. The idea is to place the ball on sore muscles that need some TLC; pull the trigger and the ball will hammer away at 40-beats-per-second, manipulating and loosening tight spots.

Sounds awesome—but with the steep price tag, is it worth it? We had Health editors try it, and here’s what they said.

To buy: $600; amazon.com

“I take five SoulCycle classes a week, and my calves are chronically tight. I’ve tried everything from intensive stretching to acupuncture, but nothing has totally worked—until...

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