British tennis player Johanna Konta has been coming to New York City to play in the US Open since 2012, and to this day, this tournament is one of her favorite Grand Slams. "There's always a hum of the city," she explains over breakfast (specifically a three-egg omelet with peppers, onions, and mushrooms, with a side of potatoes and wheat toast) at the Loews Regency Hotel on Manhattan's Upper East Side.
Five years ago, Seamus Mullen’s doctor presented him with a decision: Change his entire lifestyle or die. The now-43-year-old chef was at the lowest point of his physical and emotional existence, nearly immobilized by rheumatoid arthritis, in constant agony from chronic inflammation, and emotional eons away from the athlete he’d once been. He opted for the former, overhauling every aspect of his diet, undertaking an increasingly intense exercise routine, and examining all the factors that had gotten him to this place. With the help of a health coach, Dr.