When I started my fitness journey, I loved training my legs and glutes. With very few mobility issues and strong quads, I killed every workout that included squats and deadlifts. Lucky me? Not quite. What bothered me was that I always had nonexistent hamstrings, and the prospect of muscular imbalances quickly developing from my love
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Did you know the gluteal muscles are among the most underused and undertrained muscles in the body? Crazy, right? One of the common causes of dormant butt syndrome, as some like to call it, is sitting. Yes, sitting. When you sit for extended periods of time (you may want to stand up now and continue
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So, you and your partner just got done with your bedroom marathon and the pain is finally settling in. But before you freak out over burning urination, you may be experiencing something far less serious than an STI or a medical condition. Although pain during or after sex can be attributed to more serious health
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Budget-friendly detox — that’s what I called it on Facebook, Instagram, and other places when I decided to do a three-day cleanse of toxins in my body. The truth is, my friends wanted to do a cleanse and I kept putting it off. A big deterrent for me was my budget. It’s been tight recently
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Rebecca Jane Stokes explains why taking a pill to replace exercise might not be the best idea, originally posted on YourTango. Only you can make yourself feel better about your body. What if there were weight loss pills for women you could take instead of exercising? I know, it’s the dream right? Well, though it
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If you want to increase your upper-body strength and start seeing muscle definition in your arms, you’ve got to start doing upper-body workouts. Your arms aren’t going to transform over night or by doing an arm workout once in a blue moon. To see more definition in your arms, implement this program into your routine
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Period pain is the worst. Period. More than half of women in the U.S. report they suffer from dysmenorrhea, pain associated with menstrual cramps, according to the American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists. While science works overtime to find a cure for making sure erections last longer, we asked Courtenay Poucher, M.D. FACOG and Board-Certified
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