Doing crunches every day in the gym can become extremely boring — not to mention the fact that they aren't good for you back. Instead, consider a challenging core workout like the one Kelsey Wells, NASM-certified
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Author Notes: I got this recipe from one of the ladies I work with. She told me the recipe off the top of her head and told me it's just too easy. Turns out it is! The crumb is amazingly moist. It's not
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Crunches are an ab exercise I wish people would retire. They aren't that effective and can actually do more harm than good, especially if you're dealing with lower-back pain. The 11 exercises ahead are
• 4 duck breasts (scored • 1 pot of coffee • 2 oranges • 1 tablespoon coriander seeds • 1 teaspoon pink peppercorn • 2 cups white wine • 2 cups water • 3 shallots • 1 clove garlic • 2 cups Grand Marnier
’Tis the season to stock up on apples, pumpkins, and cinnamon. 1 of 10 Slow-Cooker Apple-Cinnamon Oatmeal If you love overnight oats in the summer, slow cooker oatmeal is your solution when the weather
Feel like you can't work out because you don't have a gym or equipment? That's no excuse, because these intense, effective moves use a wall. Burn calories and and build strength in ways you never imagined.