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Women's Health March 2019

Women's Health readers strive to better their whole lives. And that's exactly why Women's Health reports on all the topics that interest them. In every issue you'll find topics on success strategies, nutrition, weight loss, health, fitness, special reports, sex & relationship, beauty breakthroughs, and style & fashion.

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United States
Lingua:
English
Editore:
Hearst
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liz’s letter

EDITOR-IN-CHIEF @lizplosser One thing gets me out of bed at 5:17 a.m.: my friend Brooke, who meets me on a corner in Brooklyn, then jogs with me through Prospect Park. (Also, coffee.) Like many workout buddies, Brooke didn’t start out as one of my best friends. She was the friend of a friend at a barbecue. Our husbands were sort of stunned as they watched the two of us—strangers at that point—hatch a plan to run together early the next morning. Fast-forward to hundreds of shared miles later, and Brooke and I can finish each other’s sentences. At 6 a.m. I’ve had many sweat sisters over the years. Christina from college, who helped me navigate a big move to the Midwest as we pounded the pavement in NYC’s West Village. Kate the triathlete, who…

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tell us about your best workout buddy…

“My road bike, nicknamed Slinky Malinki, gives me the freedom to go far or fast, see various countries, and meet many people—including my husband and best friend.”“I train with a group of friends. Whether or not we do the same workout, having someone else there keeps me accountable, helps me push harder than I can by myself, and motivates me to get off the couch.”“I lift alone in my studio most of the time, but my dog Ollie is often there with me!” CARDIOLOGY JENNIFER H. MIERES, MD Professor of cardiology, Zucker School of Medicine at Hofstra/Northwell; senior vice president, Center for Equity of Care, Northwell Health DERMATOLOGY MONA GOHARA, MD Associate clinical professor, department of dermatology, Yale School of Medicine ELLEN MARMUR, MD Founder, Marmur Medical FERTILITY SHEEVA TALEBIAN, MD Fertility specialist and reproductive endocrinologist, CCRM New York FITNESS BEN BRUNO, CFSC Certified…

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“time to hiit it!”

Follow my journey on Insta @martatopran. The start of a healthier lifestyle is filled with struggle. It’s almost impossible to believe you’ll adjust. But slowly, things you once found challenging (for me, lifting and clean eating) become second nature. “When something gets easy, that is your signal not to coast,” my doctor, Gabrielle Lyon, DO, said to nudge me out of my comfy groove. “If you do the same activities, there’s no stress. Your body only improves when it’s pushed,” she said. So she asked me, “Can you do more?” Yes! It was time to go harder, not just to push myself off a mini plateau, but to get in shape for an upcoming Mountain Lodges of Peru trek through the Andes (more on that adventure next month!). With this in mind,…

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it’s good to be you

Post your #WHStrong wins and connect with us @WomensHealthMag! “Baby and I creating new choreography. #FitPregnancy #WHStrong” @JAI.FAITH @GOODBECS “Make space for the joy in your life! Being outdoors is where I feel most connected & rejuvenated. #WHStrong”@JAIMIJANSEN @AMELIABRODKA @MOGOFIT15 @THEOUTDOORS WOMAN “Keep your squats low, your standards high, and your attitude positive #WHStrong!”@FITFORFOODIES @JLDMUCHOWSKI “I love fitness. It has been a meditative practice, a challenge, and the highest form of self-love. #WHStrong”@STEPHANIECOWAN @SWEATWITHSYL SEND YOUR SUBMISSIONS TO WHSUBMISSIONS@HEARST.COM FUJIFILMGIRL (@JAI.FAITH); @DANBENTLEYPHOTO (@GOODBECS); ARMANI SMITH (@MOGOFIT15); @JUSTINPATTERSON (@STEPHANIECOWAN); TAYLOR BOONE (@JAIMIJANSEN); @GRIFFORME (@FITFORFOODIES); WILL OWENS (@AMELIABRODKA)…

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rebecca haarlow

Reporting live from the nation’s famed arenas is only part of Haarlow’s picture. What viewers don’t get to see is the seriously strong woman and self-proclaimed “road warrior” traveling alongside the New York Knicks for MSG Networks. Sure, this means she’s always on the go and her sched is ever-changing, but Haarlow loves the excitement and spontaneity. She is able to try a range of exercises in different cities (her fave Spin class, Spokehaüs, is in Toronto, btw) and is never at a loss for a workout buddy or motivation—after all, she’s surrounded by a group of equally sporty people and, oh yeah, some of the world’s top basketball players. Just watching the pros practice is enough to remind her that there are “no excuses,” says Haarlow, who is frequently…

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learn the ropes

PERFECT YOUR FORM In every move, engage your core and pull your shoulders back and down to open up your chest, says Mason. When standing, keep your knees slightly bent to protect your lower back. Look forward at the anchor point of the ropes, not down, to maintain neck and spine alignment. Oh, and a pro tip: Keep your grip on the rope handles light—squeezing tightly only wastes energy. BATTLE SLAM Start in a low squat, feet wider than shoulders. Grab handles with palms facing each other and raise them above shoulders. Powerfully slam both ropes down at the same time; repeat. SEATED DRUMMER Sit cross-legged while holding rope handles, palms facing each other. Engage core as you alternately raise and lower each arm so ropes make waves, keeping handles at or below chin level. LEVEL…

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