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5 Ab Exercises That Kill Crunches

“It’s your center pillar, the powerhouse of your body,” says Brynn Jinnett, founder of the Refine Method. “Strengthening it will enable you to work harder in your exercise classes and move more safely throughout your day.” Related: Why Crunches Won’t Give You Flat Abs, and Will Hurt Your Body Jinnett shares five of her favorite functional core strengtheners that are way smarter than crunches.

Drink This to Enjoy Your Workout More

Photo by Chad Springer/Corbis Kettlebells, meet Keurig: Downing a couple mugs of Joe before a workout could make it feel more fun, according to small study published in the Journal of Applied Physiology. Related: Keeping Your Eye on the Prize Can Make Exercise Easier Schubert’s team also wanted to see if caffeine would influence how much people ate later in the day, since previous research on the topic has shown

5 Alternatives to Viagra Worth Trying

Photo by Ingram Publishing/ When the action isn’t happening below the belt, guys are surprisingly hesitant to seek help: Only a quarter of men diagnosed with erectile dysfunction actually treat the problem, according to a study published in the October issue of The Journal of Sexual Medicine. “We were kind of shocked,” said study author Dr. Kevin McVary, chair of the division of urology at the Southern Illinois University School

Broccoli May Hold The Secret to Improving Autism

A dose of a chemical found in broccoli and other vegetables may improve the behavioral and social symptoms of autism in young men, according to a new small study. “Our extract product we used is not on the market,” Dr. Andrew W. Zimmerman said by phone. “There are other things like it but in different forms.” Sulphoraphane is found in cruciferous vegetables like broccoli, cauliflower and cabbage, but more so

6 Fun Ways to Boost Her Desire

Feeling happy, on the other hand, was associated with greater sexual desire in the moment — as well as the next day. Past research has linked long-term emotional states, like depression, to sexual desire (or a lack thereof). “There’s a lot about our day-to-day lives that’s tied to our emotions, whether it’s sleep or appetite or sexual functioning,” study author David Kalmbach told Yahoo Health. Only one emotion was linked