Browsing articles in "Female Fitness"

GGS
Aug
11
2014

Introduction: Making Sense of Science

  (Note from GGS: We could not be more excited to introduce our new column from Dr. Krista Rompolski, Making Sense of Science. In this post, Dr, Rompolski will explain exactly why we decided that this was such an important column for her to write. Enjoy!)   Of all the concerns of the average American, [...]

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GGS
Jul
29
2014

The Secret Ingredient For Maximum Results

One of the best parts of having kids is that it’s a built in “excuse” to watch animated films. I can often be found at the movie theatre for the opening weekend of whatever new Disney-Pixar or DreamWorks masterpiece is out, and I am an unabashed lover of How to Train Your Dragon and Shrek. [...]

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Jan
14
2014

A Day In The Life of a Fitness Professional

“So you just get to work out ALL day?”  “It’s easy for you because you’re in the industry.” “I don’t have time to work out.  I’m not in the gym all day like you are.”   If you’re a fitness professional, someone has probably uttered one of the above phrases to you regarding your level [...]

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GGS
Jan
1
2014

The 13 Best GGS Articles of 2013

That’s right!  We’ve decided to put together a list of our most popular articles from 2013.  The best part?  We didn’t choose them, YOU did.  You cast for vote for each of these articles with pageviews and likes, so you can bet if there is an article on here that you’ve missed, it’s a MUST [...]

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Jesse Mundell
Dec
19
2013

Core + Floor Training In Pregnancy: The Best Exercises For All Three Trimesters

You’re in the gym, lifting weights, staying active, and feeling fab as you move through your pregnancy. That’s great news!  Now… a couple of questions: Are you doing any specific core training? Do you know what exercises are best? Staying away from the diastasis-dreaded crunches and sit-ups? Core training can be a confusing thing to [...]

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Jesse Mundell
Dec
13
2013

Exercising and Pregnancy: How to Plan Your Strength Training Workouts

In part one of this series, we concluded that exercise and strength training in pregnancy is a fantastic thing for you and your growing baby (with doctor’s clearance for exercise). Strength training will support your changing body, boost your energy, and have a variety of benefits for baby. For me, women lifting weights in pregnancy [...]

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Jesse Mundell
Dec
10
2013

5 Myths of Pregnancy and Strength Training

(Note from GGS: We have a very special treat for you today.  Trainer and Coach Jessie Mundell is going to be dispelling 5 major myths surrounding pregnancy and strength training.  Jessie specializes in working with pre and postnatal clients, and she wants to provide you with the best information so that you and your baby [...]

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Dec
3
2013

Relax Your Way to Fat Loss

I’m about to suggest something really crazy. Just stay with me; I promise, it’ll be worth your while. What if, instead of chasing a fat loss goal, we just relaxed? What if we loved our bodies NOW as opposed to minus 10 pounds from now? What if we took the time to find a fitness and nutrition [...]

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Nov
26
2013

Women and Stress – Part 2: How To Deal

(Note from GGS: Today our amazing friend Dr. Brooke Kalanick Larson of Better By Dr. Brooke shares a follow-up article about dealing with stress.  Last week she discussed how stress can negatively affect our bodies, and this week she is discussing what we can do about it!  Enjoy!)   3 Ways You’re Stressing Out & Don’t [...]

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Nov
22
2013

Women and Stress — Part 1: What Stress Looks Like

(Note from GGS: Today our amazing friend Dr. Brooke Kalanick Larson of Better By Dr. Brooke is dissecting a very important topic for us — stress.  In this two part series, Dr. Brooke will first identify what stress looks like and how it can negatively affect you, and in part 2, she will tell you [...]

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