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Women's Health  Get fit. 👟 Get strong. 💪 Just get it, girl. 💋 #WHStrong 👇 Carrie Underwood returns to the stage after scary injury:

Princess Charlotte became a big sister today—and also made history! 👑

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge just welcomed a son, and the new family of five looks so happy❤️ Check out our Insta Story for more on the littlest royal, how Kate’s doing, and George and Charlotte’s first visit! 📷: @gettyimages

Ready for takeoff! Bounce cardio is a great, low-impact way to strengthen your whole body and jumpstart your mood. @fitbit’s #fitbitversa will track your moves and heart rate so you can focus on your twists, jumps, and lifts. Watch @Jen_Ator try it out at WomensHealthMag.com!

Spinach and almond milk smoothie for the win🤗 📷: @robynyoukilis

Happy #EarthDay 🌺 Check out our Insta Story for some inspiration to get outside!

BMX riders mean BUSINESS in the gym! Olympic silver medalist @alisepost11 took WH inside a typical workout—think box jumps, barbell leg swings, and deadlifts 🏋️‍♀️ Check our Instagram Story for the whole thing! 📷: @stevediamondelements

There’s nothing worse than feeling the burn in your back rather than your booty when you’re trying to build up your butt in the gym. (Seriously, WTF?) Working your glutes can actually help ease back pain, but not all glute moves are created equal, says trainer and physical therapist @drlauramiranda. “When your back is in pain, the way to safely strength train is to focus on movement patterns that reinforce a neutral lumbar and thoracic spine (that’s your shoulders down to the top of your butt), and leg movements that don’t pull your low back and pelvis out of alignment,” Miranda says. The good news is, the split squat checks all those boxes—but if your back is killing you, you may want to skip the glute bridge to avoid hyper-extending the lumbar spine and potentially aggravating the pain further. #FitnessFaceoff 💪: @jen_ator 🎨: @amanda_bex

Illinois Sen. Tammy Duckworth just made history as the first senator to cast a vote with her newborn baby alongside her. Yesterday, the Senate voted to allow children under 1 year old onto the floor during votes, a rule change spearheaded by the mom of two, who gave birth to daughter Maile 10 days ago. “It feels great,” Sen. Duckworth told reporters as she entered the Capitol with her daughter. “It is about time, huh?” 🙌🙌🙌 📷: @gettyimages

Now on our Insta Story: We’re chatting with Boston Marathon champion @des_linden, the first American woman to win in 33 years! Check it out to see how she felt crossing that finish line, what she was thinking when she stopped to help teammate Shalane Flanagan mid-race, the first thing she ate after running 26.2 miles, and way more ❤️🇺🇸 📷: @gettyimages

Whip up a batch of these Yerba Mate Energy Bites to reach for when the afternoon slump hits! “Cashews and almond butter provide plenty of healthy fats and also bring in some protein to add to what the oats contribute,” says registered dietitian Keri Glassman (@nutritiouslifeofficial). “Then, we add the secret ingredient: Argentinian yerba mate. Yerba mate has energy-boosting powers that are similar to coffee’s, and it’s also filled with vitamins and minerals.”
- 1/2 cup rolled oats
- 5 medjool dates
- 1 tbsp flaxseed meal
- 1/2 cup raw cashews
- 1 tsp ground Argentinian yerba mate powder
- 1/4 cup tahini
- 1 tsp vanilla extract
- 1/2 cup almond butter
1. Add all ingredients to a high power blender or food processor.
2. Blend on low until all ingredients are fully incorporated. Scrape sides as needed.
3. Roll into 1-inch balls and refrigerate until firm. Store in airtight container in refrigerator.

Don’t forget to stretch! Warm up your body with @yoga_girl’s favorite pre-workout yoga poses and prepare to crush it 🙆‍♀️ #WorkoutWednesday

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