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How to Train If You Have Endometriosis

How to Train If You Have Endometriosis

Endometriosis affects one in 10 women worldwide with the main sign being period pain. Thriving with endometriosis can be challenging, and many women with endo may find it difficult to train and exercise in the way they love, if at all. Yet, women with endometriosis can live a healthy, productive life, and can achieve their […]

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Dealing with Grief and Loss

Dealing with Grief and Loss

Life is hard sometimes. Like, really, really hard. Almost everyone I know is dealing with something really hard right now: natural disaster, cancer, infant loss, systemic racism, chronic pain, caring for sick parents, divorce, depression, homophobia, transphobia, anxiety, job loss, seizures, major surgery, bankruptcy… the list could go on. All super difficult, complicated, and really […]

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Black Girl Pilates: My Catalyst for Strength

Black Girl Pilates: My Catalyst for Strength

Fitness has always been important to me. I am the middle child and only girl between two boys who were competitive athletes. Growing up, I was very athletic, although I never competed in any sports until much later in life. I was an avid lifter in college, at a time where aerobics were quite popular. […]

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What is the Keto Diet? (And Should I Try it?)

What is the Keto Diet? (And Should I Try it?)

The Keto Diet is all the rage right now. Here’s everything you need to know about the high-fat, low-carb trend.

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5 Exercises to Help Your Clients Reduce Their Pregnancy Aches and Pains

5 Exercises to Help Your Clients Reduce Their Pregnancy Aches and Pains

If you’re working with pregnant clients — or have experienced pregnancy yourself — you’re aware that pregnancy usually comes with its fair share of aches and pains. The hips, lower back, upper back and neck are all common locations for discomfort during pregnancy. Luckily, as a coach, you can help your pregnant client decrease those […]

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GGS Spotlight: Suzanne Ko

GGS Spotlight: Suzanne Ko

Name: Suzanne Ko Age: 44 Location: Chicago, IL What does being a Girl Gone Strong mean to you? Being a Girl Gone Strong means being a part of a community where I can have a voice. Growing up, I felt intimidated to speak up for myself. In a world where women are subjected to social […]

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Life as a Plus-Size Trainer

Life as a Plus-Size Trainer

I’ve been a personal trainer for 7 years now. I consider myself a bit of a “sneaky” trainer, because to look at me you would have no idea. I look nothing like a trainer you would see on TV. I look nothing like trainers you would see on a Facebook ad, or in a workout […]

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Is Sugar Bad For You?

Is Sugar Bad For You?

It's been demonized and singled out as the cause of the obesity epidemic. But is sugar bad for you? Are all sugars equal? Here's what science has to say.

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Live Longer, Stay Sharper: Now, With Substance Abuse! Er. Use. I mean Use.

Live Longer, Stay Sharper: Now, With Substance Abuse! Er. Use. I mean Use.

 image via artstack By Crabby McSlacker This post is a classic example of Selective Reporting: You see some headlines you like, so you skip merrily over the exhaustive research and analysis you should be doing in order to decide whether they’re even valid. So much more fun to simply embrace …

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Turning Menopausal Depression Into a Positive Experience

Turning Menopausal Depression Into a Positive Experience

When we think of menopause, we imagine we will experience all the symptoms that our mothers told us about: the hot flashes, the extra weight around the waistline and the crazy erratic mood swings. Yet how many of you associate depression with menopause? I definitely didn’t. When my periods started to become irregular, I found […]

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