Sex can complicate things. Keep it simple with these six empowering tips.
The time has come. You've met the man, been on a few dates and it's time to take things to the next level. You aren't sure if it was planned or spontaneous, but it happened. You've just had sex for the first time with him and now what? Are you boyfriend girlfriend? Was it good? What should I do next?
... featuring advice from Kimberly Riggins, Najaam Lee & Lauren Solomon!
Hate working out? Join the club. While exercise is important, it isn't the only way to improve the way you look. In fact, there are plenty of painless ways to freshen up your appearance. Here are ten things you can do to feel better about your body without setting foot inside a spin class.
Make no more excuses from living a healthy lifestyle!
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One of the things that I love about my work is that I get a first-hand glimpse into how people think. I am a trainer first, an observer second, and a student of human behavior third. And, I have started to understand how people think about their lives and priorities and why. I am going to let you into my life for a few minutes by sharing some of the most commonly used phrases about "why I can't work out". Bare with me as I review in no particular order...
What are your chances of finding love at the gym? These 10 tips will increase your odds.
The New Year is upon us and with it comes New Years resolutions. More people frequent the gym in January than during any other month.
Here are 10 tips for singles who will be hitting the gym in January:
1. Don’t wear earphones. If you tune in to music on your ipod or watch TV while on the elliptical, you’re tuning out everyone around you. People who wear earphones are not approachable. Take them off!
This video won't make the pounds magically disappear, but it will help motivate your next workout.
Not one of those women who hit the stairmaster seven days a week? Still looking to get in shape, but hate the trudge to the nearest gym? What Your Sex Life Can Tell You About Your Health
In this video, YourTango expert and wellness coach, Nicole Burley, has just the thing to get you off the couch, on the cardio equipment, and into a healthier lifestyle. No matter what your workout preferences are, finding the right motivation is half the battle.
Love handles, hungry butt, and ten other things not to say to your more-to-love man.
In all your concern about cellulite and bikini body, you may have lost sight of the fact that guys are also self-conscious about being overweight. Seriously-nearly 45 percent of men claim to be dissatisfied with their body for one reason or another. And considering there's an obesity epidemic going on, there's good reason for that. So, while you may think that guys can take a little extra teasing about love handles, bingo wings and hungry butt, don't be so quick to call him out on those extra pounds. Specifically, avoiding the following oversize offensives will help you keep from leaving a bad taste in his mouth.
Want a cheap date? Pump those endorphins with exercise.
There was once a time when you could get money for nothing and credit for free. Those days are over. Nowadays, dating must be tempered with fiscal responsibility. That being said, Tomfoolery is helping with cheap date ideas. This time around trying get the endorphins going with a little exercise. From the gym to a nice, scenic job, there's nothing like a little sweat to bring people together.
Overweight partners prompt some women to withhold sex in hopes it might encourage weight loss.
Men have long rejected women because of what they perceive as excess weight. We've all heard of men who pressure their wives, partners or girlfriends to lose weight, and often female fears of losing a man will prompt a major overhaul. On the flip side, experts say women often withhold sex as a weapon of last resort when their partners refuse to or don't lose weight.