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Author: Molly Galbraith

These 10 Women Proclaim Their Bodies Are Flawless — SHOCKING!

On New Year’s Day I posted a very raw and vulnerable picture of myself in just a tank top and underwear on my professional Facebook page with a message that is very close to my heart.   I felt compelled to post this photo because as women, starting at a very early age we are […]

Why I’m Not Embracing My Flaws in 2017

    Note: After making this Facebook post earlier today I received a number of messages from women asking how they can share this with other women in their lives who don’t have Facebook. I hope you know how much I appreciate your support and wanting to share this critical message with other women. I was reading a […]

10 Fitness Pro Resolution Fails — And What Works!

New Year’s Day is almost here, and for many people that means one thing: time to make New Year’s resolutions. If you’ve ever made a New Year’s resolution, chances are you’ve also abandoned one. In fact, 92 percent of New Year’s resolutions are abandoned every year, and fitness professionals are no exception. In this article, […]

Why 92% of New Year’s Resolutions Fail (and How To Set One That Won’t)

I’m tired of New Year’s Resolutions, aren’t you? I’ve made plenty of them. Care to guess how many I’ve stuck with? And (let’s be honest) I know I’m not alone. Last year, I said, “Enough!”—and it resonated with women around the world. This year, I want to help other women do the same. That’s why […]

7 Food Epiphanies That Set Me Free

Food epiphanies. Ever had one? Like, when you discover maybe you do actually like Brussel sprouts, or when you realize that mayonnaise is the best condiment of all time? (If you don’t agree, you’re wrong). Over the last three or four years I’ve had several food epiphanies that have transformed my relationship with food forever. […]

My New Diet: Exactly How I Eat Each Day

Note: In this article, I discuss some of my past disordered eating behaviors. If you’ve engaged in and/or continue to engage in disordered eating behaviors, and think you may need help, I urge you to seek professional help immediately. This article is in no way a substitute for any type of medical advice or treatment. […]

How Your Genes Affect Your Jean Size

Note: This article is about the influence of genetics on the structure and shape of your body. It goes without saying (but we’ll say it anyway) that clothing sizes, which are typically determined by the designers or manufacturers, are outrageously arbitrary. You could (and probably do) wear a wide range of sizes, and these sizes have nothing […]

Do You Need Isolation Exercises In Your Workout…

At GGS, we’re all about having a balanced and efficient approach to strength training, focusing primarily on compound movements like the squat, hip hinge, press, and pull.While it certainly isn’t the only way to achieve all training goals, we firmly believe this approach offers more bang for your buck, when it comes to looking good, […]

4 Reasons Your Workout Isn’t Working For You

You know what’s not cool? Workouts that don’t work. That aren’t fun. That don’t make you excited to hit the gym, the trail, or the yoga mat. Trust me, I know. I’ve totally been there, competing in figure competitions, dabbling in powerlifting, and grinding away doing hours of cardio every week, just trying to find something that worked […]

How To Structure A No-BS Workout Plan That Works

There’s no end to the amount of ridiculousness we hear regarding what the best workout program really is: From “you must perform two hours of cardio six days per week” and “don’t eat any more than 1,200 calories each day” to “you should totally wear sweat bands on your belly and spend an hour shadowboxing […]

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