In the old days, there was a misconception that women should stick to cardio and aerobics because weight training will only bulk up their feminine physiques. For women to get leaner, shapelier and more importantly, stronger — engaging in strength exercises has become widely accepted. Click To Tweet.
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I usually spend most of my time here writing about my midwifing and occasionally my parenting, relationships, and biking, but mostly in relation to my life as a midwife. Recently, I did a wild and crazy thing that I think probably deserves some reflection all on its own. This winter I broke my elbow on my bike while commuting to work and it was probably the scariest, most painful thing I have ever experienced. I healed, slowly but surely, and have a large, angry red scar over my right elbow that will always remind me not to take icy corners too fast.
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This page has been archived and is no longer updated. Scitable is launching more than ten new blogs covering a wide range of topics including neuroscience, geology, oceanography, physics and more, next week. Until then, some of the new Scitable bloggers will be posting guest contributions here, on Student Voices. Today, Sarah Jane Alger discusses a new study demonstrating that spider copulation isn't simply about the female making a meal out of the male.