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Women's Health  Get fit. 👟 Get strong. 💪 Just get it, girl. 💋 #WHStrong 👇Here’s what’s actually in your “eggs”:

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Congrats to these amazing women, and to all of this year’s #OscarNoms! 🔸Rachel Morrison (“Mudbound”) is the first woman to be nominated for the Academy Award for Best Cinematography.
🔸Dee Rees (“Mudbound”) is the first black woman to be nominated for Best Adapted Screenplay.
🔸Greta Gerwig (“Lady Bird”) is the first woman to be nominated for Best Director for her debut film, and only the fifth woman to be nominated in this category.
🔸Octavia Spencer (“The Shape Of Water”) is the first black actress to receive two consecutive Oscar nominations after winning one.
🔸Mary J. Blige (“Mudbound”) is the first person to be nominated for a performance and original song in the same year, for the same film.
#Oscars✨ 📷: @gettyimages / Design: Dan Redding

Meet Erin Templeton, a yogi who counts on fitness as a constant even when life can be unpredictable. Keep an eye out for her in an upcoming issue of Women’s Health as part of our “15-Minute Workout” column! #iamfit

Naomi Parker Fraley, the woman believed to be the “real” Rosie the Riveter, passed away Saturday at age 96. During World War II, a then-20-year-old Fraley was hired as a factory worker at Alameda Naval Air Station in California. This image of her at work is regarded as the most likely inspiration for the iconic Rosie poster, but it wasn’t until 2015 that Fraley was officially identified as the woman in the photo. “Whatever the world threw at her, she’d just bounce back,” her son Joe Blankenship told local news affiliate KATU. “She did it and she always did it on her own. She was an amazing person.” 💪 📷: Bettmann/ @gettyimages

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New mama Emily Skye is always keeping it real! Head to womenshealthmag.com for the full story 💕 #Repost @emilyskyefit: ‘Isn’t the human body incredible!! What we’re capable of absolutely blows my mind. My body isn’t just supporting my own life but it grew a human - and still is! I’m so proud of what my body has done and continues to do for my precious daughter.
Mothers are absolutely amazing and we should all be so proud of ourselves! Being a mother isn’t easy in many ways which I’m now starting to experience and the last thing I’m going to do is pressure myself to “bounce back” quickly or beat myself up because my body hasn’t returned to my pre-baby condition. It’s totally unrealistic for me to expect to “bounce back” from having my beautiful big belly to a flat and lean tummy in a short amount of time.
I choose to celebrate my body and how incredible it is in any condition, shape (or size) and I choose to focus on being my best mentally and physically for my daughter Mia - and my priority definitely isn’t looking a certain way. .
I just want to get fit and healthy again and I know that will take time, consistency and patience and it’s important for me to be realistic about my goals. 😊’

Kinda flipping out over how awesome these women are! 🤸‍♀️ #MondayMotivation #WHStrong 🎥: @laura.novack, @naturally_kayd, @mollyg_fit, @marce.fitness, @shannenpark

Fresh egg sandwiches for 2, coming right up! Tap the link in our bio to help decode what’s in the eggs at your favorite restaurant or fast food joint so you can brunch happier on the go 🤗🍳

This weekend, thousands of people around the world are taking to the streets in support of female empowerment, one year after the historic @womensmarch. Visit powertothepolls.com to learn more about the Women’s March and its mission to get more people registered to vote this year and create powerful social change. 👊❤️ #Repost @aprilrueb

Real talk from our January/February cover star @mariamenounos. 📷: @jefflipsky

“The renegade row and the superman are two of my favorite moves,” says trainer @chrisryanfitness. “But when it comes to strengthening your back overall, the superman reigns supreme.” The superman not only keeps the whole back under tension, but it also includes strengthening and lengthening elements that are important for posture and proper spinal alignment, Ryan explains. (Bonus: It works your butt and shoulders, too!) But don’t toss the renegade row aside just yet. Since you’re holding plank for the entire move, this one is a great overall core strengthener—just be sure to keep your hips and shoulders square to the floor throughout the movement. #FitnessFaceoff 💪: @jen_ator

#NationalPopcornDay is the perfect opportunity to switch things up from the standard butter-topped bowl! 🍿 This @ghcretors creation combines chipotle powder, cumin, oregano, garlic, cilantro, and lime zest for an extra flavor bomb over your favorite popcorn. Recipe below!
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Ingredients:
-1 bag @ghcretors Organic Extra Virgin Olive Oil
-3 tbsp coconut oil
-1 tsp chipotle powder
-1 1/2 tsp ground cumin
-1/2 tsp dried oregano leaves
-1/2 tsp garlic salt
-1/2 tsp salt
-1 tsp freshly grated lime zest
-2 tbsp cilantro (finely chopped)
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Directions:
Melt coconut oil in a small saute pan set over medium-low heat. Stir in chipotle powder, cumin, oregano, garlic salt and salt. Cook for 1 to 2 minutes or until fragrant. Stir in lime zest and cilantro. Toss popcorn with spice mixture to serve.

Set some goals—then demolish them. 💪 #Repost @see_b_run

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