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Women's Health January 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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you, 2.0

@lizplosser There’s our 30-day fitness challenge, tough but fun six-move circuits guaranteed to make you feel (and look) amazing. And our annual Food Awards package, which spotlights the healthiest, yummiest packaged eats out there to power you up for life—breakfast, lunch, dinner, desserts, even snacks. We’ve also got a guide to mastering the art of small talk—a skill that WH associate editor Kristin Canning finds raises her game whether she’s out running errands or diving (literally!) into her first open-water swim in a triathlon. In a month that’s all about fresh starts, we wanted to spotlight the hard-won breakthroughs as well. The kind that make you think, assess, and ultimately, press restart. The five women in “The Strength in Our Scars” (page 122) are the ultimate example: They’ve leveraged challenging moments as…

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tell us about your biggest health breakthrough…

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 functional strength coach and private trainer SOHEE LEE, MS, CSCS Evidence-based fitness coach and certified sports nutritionist; author of Eat. Lift. Thrive. STACY T. SIMS, PhD Exercise physiologist; nutrition scientist; author of Roar: How to Match Your Food and Fitness to Your Female Physiology for Optimum Performance, Great Health, and a Strong, Lean Body for Life GASTROENTEROLOGY SAMANTHA NAZARETH, MD Board-certified gastroenterologist GYNECOLOGY KATE WHITE, MD, MPH Associate professor of ob-gyn, Boston University BREAKTHROUGH “Health” Must Include Your Mind and Spirit “Several years ago, I realized I could have a significant impact on women’s lives…

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“goodbye, resolutions!”

It’s taken me seven months on this new path to have the breakthrough realization that resolutions don’t work. “They’re temporary, which is why you’ve made them each year,” my doctor, Gabrielle Lyon, DO, told me. One of my repeat offenders: “I will lose X pounds in Y days.” Sometimes I’d set an easier target, reach it, then go back to my old habits. Or I’d set such a difficult one, I’d give up after a few weeks because it seemed too daunting. Sound familiar? Instead of focusing on weight, my strength coach, Adriana Couvillion, suggests a fitness goal. “Say you commit to working out X times a week. By March, if you’ve been consistent, you will absolutely see results, and fitness will become a part of your lifestyle.” As for that scale…

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it’s good to be you

Post your #WHStrong wins and connect with us @WomensHealthMag “The weekend is here, and we plan to spend it outside! Have a good weekend, trailers #TimeToPlay #WHStrong”@MIMMIKOTKA @IVYSTRONG2 @SO_MANTI @AYKAY_KAY “I love it when I surprise myself and go beyond my expectations #Parkour #WHStrong!”@SARA_MUDALLAL“I work out for a greater goal, most importantly, so I can play with my kids—and possibly win #WHStrong!”@PATTY.PATTEN @CHRISTINA_STOLTZ @BROOKRUSHING “I may not be the strongest, I may not be the fastest, but I’ll be damned if I’m not trying my hardest #WHStrong”@ASCHLINGG @CHICHILIFENYC SEND YOUR SUBMISSIONS TO WHSUBMISSIONS@HEARST.COM. TONI SPASENOSKI (@MIMMIKOTKA); DANIEL SMYTH (@IVYSTRONG2); CLAUDIO J. DE LA ROSA @SMURFSEYEVIEW (@SO_MANTI); LOHKEMPERPHOTOGRAPHY.DE (@AYKAY_KAY); CHRISTOPHER MALCOLM (@SARA_MUDALLAL); MAX GRUDZINSK (@CHRISTINA_STOLTZ); SOPHIE ELGORT (@ASCHLINGG); COURTESY OF FIRST DESCENTS (@CHICHILIFENYC)…

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pastel party

“Pastels aren’t just spring- and summer–friendly. Keep warm in a saccharine-sweet puffer and mittens.” “This trend—whether donned in pink, blue, or soft stripes—goes well with all things denim. Try a slightly wide, faded pair of cropped jeans with white booties for an on-point look.” “Combine two similar shades of pastels—like light purple and even lighter purple—to give off a cool, monochrome vibe.” KRISTEN SALADINO, EXECUTIVE FASHION DIRECTOR Follow Kristen on Insta @kgsaladino. MORE WAYS TO WEAR IT What’s in Kiersey Clemons’s Workout Bag? STARRING IN RENT: LIVE (airing January 27 on Fox) takes major passion, vocals, and stamina—all of which the actress has on lockdown. But getting stage-ready requires stepping up her cardio game. Now she proudly boasts a love for her three-mile daily run, which helps ease her anxiety and put her in “a good headspace.”…

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danielle jones

Working out is a full-time job for Jones, a certified personal trainer in Boston whose best client might be her mini-me. Through an Insta profile packed with videos starring the dynamic duo, the single mama, 34, shows her 65.5k followers that sweating really can be this cute. @MSBOSTON Like Mother, Like Daughter This exercise pro and IRL #MomGoals shares how she stays fit with a 4-year-old attached at the hip. 1. Keep It Real With a kiddo, Jones no longer “runs the show,” so a full sweat sesh isn’t always doable. To avoid disappointment, she sets attainable goals, such as getting in just 10 minutes of high-intensity calisthenics every day. 2. Set Up for Success To ensure she practices what she preaches—“It’s not just the workout, it’s the lifestyle”—Jones takes time to hard-boil eggs and make baggies…

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