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Pistol to Rear Jump Exercise Glute Development: 4 Moves to Try - Developing the glutes is kind of an art. We all have a unique pair. Some of us have high glutes, some have low, some wide, pear-shaped, or compact glutes. We might stumble upon articles all about how to shape the glutes to your desire. But, while I say developing the glutes is kind of an […]
Quick Calisthenic Move: 02.23.19 - I saw Olympic gymnast Nile Wilson do this once — thought I’d give it a try. For months I couldn’t do more than two reps in a row. I realized my technique was the problem. To be successful with this move, reach up and over from start to finish (arms up in the lying position […]
Home workout videos Not Ready for a Public Gym? No Problem. - Believe it or not, you don’t have to join a gym to get in shape and stay that way. Before I joined a gym, I exercised in my living room every day for five years. I never wanted membership at a public gym. I can be myself at home and even goof around, which makes […]
Updated: Clothing for Muscular Women – 4 Simple Rules - I was inspired to write this article after having an emotional experience with clothes. I have a history of ripping pants, long-sleeved shirts, and never finding jeans that fit my quads, calves, and waist uniformly. I usually laugh at this. It’s kind of a source of pride: knowing I’ve grown enough muscle to burst out […]
Want Developed Shoulders? Practice Handstands. - You don’t have to be proficient at an exercise to reap benefits from it. The process of building the strength and musculoskeletal stability to hold a handstand in itself yields muscular development. Eight years of bodybuilding never came close to giving me the upper body I’ve always wanted, but functional exercise (handstands included) finally got […]
Weighted Dips - Don’t be content with chair or parallel bar bodyweight dips If there’s anything I’ve learned from training consistently for nearly two decades, it’s there’s always a next level to every exercise and training program. I stagnated at bodyweight dips for years. The video below is of my first time trying weighted dips, and I was […]
Exercise Card - Need a WOD that isn’t too intense? Follow the exercises on the exercise card attached to this post and get a low-impact, strengthening workout. After you’re done, please leave a comment with your feedback.
hip thrusts Single-Leg S. Ball Hip Thrusts - Why you must add this exercise to your glute routine: Unlike bilateral hip thrusts (w/ both legs on the floor), single-leg hip thrusts enable 100% focus on each glute through working them separately. Unilateral (single leg, single arm) movements force all muscles in the targeted area to be activated to keep the body from falling […]
Thanksgiving Leftovers w/ Asian Twist - Below is a simple Thanksgiving leftover recipe. Actually, it’s so simple, it’s less of a recipe and more of a combination of a few ingredients that can easily be retrieved from a supermarket shelf — aside from the turkey leftovers themselves, of course. I had the meal featured in this post after 10 PM; therefore, […]
Things I Like – New Favorite Fall Boots - Fit women need more than stretchable leggings and sneakers. We also need everyday fashion options, and I love boots; they’re the only thing I like about colder weather — that and coats, scarves, gloves, pumpkin pie, holiday cheat meals — well, I guess “only” is a bit inaccurate, but it’s close.   Sam Edelman is my […]
Shop Now - Original Baby Foot Skin Peel Baby Foot Exfoliating Foot Peel Review - As a busy, working single mom and college student, I can’t always make it to a spa, much less afford it. I’m all about in-home beauty treatments, and foot peels are a treatment I keep up with. I discovered the Baby Foot exfoliating foot peel via a video review on my PopSugar Roku channel. I […]
Today’s Workout – Cardio Pilates Home Workout - I workout at home one to two days per week because of my crazy work/college/parenting schedule. PopSugar is my current go-to home workout medium. The cardio pilates video below gave me the sweat/muscle-stimulating fix I needed today. The first half of the workout, about 20 minutes, is a brief warm-up followed by cardio. I began […]




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  1. Every mom has different fitness goals after the birth of her child. Losing the baby weight can take anywhere from 3 months to 3 years! These moms take us through their journeys to lose the baby weight and to keeping it off!

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