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Past articles by Laurel:

8 Women-Only Ski Camps for Skiers of All Skill Levels

Learning to ski is way less terrifying when you're surrounded by supportive women. Here are eight ski camps just for women, for all levels of skiers. → Read More

Why I Love Small Marathons—Plus 7 You Should Try

Smaller marathons are less stressful and just as rewarding as big races. Here are seven small marathons you should add to your race bucket list. → Read More

The 10-Minute Bodyweight Workout Every Runner Needs

You can do these equipment-free moves anywhere. Adding the MYRTL exercises to your routine will help keep you injury-free during long races. → Read More

5 Dance Cardio Moves That Will Give You A Peach Emoji Butt

The vibe: sexy and sweaty. → Read More

5 Dance Cardio Moves That Will Give You A Peach Emoji Butt

The vibe: sexy and sweaty. → Read More

Burn Serious Calories With This 10-Minute Cardio + Strength Routine

Your muscles are about to get fired up! → Read More

Laurel Leicht Bio, latest news and articles

Laurel Leicht is an author on Glamour. Read Laurel Leicht's bio and get latest news stories and articles. Connect with users and join the conversation at... → Read More

11 Top Trainers Share the Best Workout Songs Right Now

It’s no joke that music can make exercise way more fun—if you ever forgot to bring your headphones to the gym, you likely learned this the hard way. But more than just upping the enjoyment factor, good music can help you get more out of your workout too: Studies have shown that listening to upbeat tunes helps you pick up the pace and makes challenging intervals feel easier, so you can work even… → Read More

9 Marathon Runners Share the Must-Haves They Always Bring With Them

In case you haven't noticed (or haven't heard friends and coworkers chattering about), it's marathon season! And while 26.2-milers take place throughout the year, the really big races happen in the fall, such as the... → Read More

World Health Organization: Processed Meats Such as Hot Dogs and Bacon Cause Cancer

Yikes: There's some important news today for anyone who loves a good steak or thinks everything is better with bacon (so, lot of us). This morning, the World Health Organization (WHO) announced that consuming high... → Read More

What Your Period Says About Your Overall Health: How to Decode These 6 Common Issues

Let’s face it: Your period is probably on autopilot by now. You know the drill each month. But paying little (or no) attention to your flow isn’t a good idea. “You should consider your period... → Read More

13 Gorgeous And Talented Celebrities Who’ve Been Told They Weren’t Attractive Or Thin Enough

Do better, society. → Read More

Here’s A 10-Minute Workout That’ll Work Your Whole Body

Mix strength moves with bike intervals to torch calories in just 10 minutes. → Read More

9 Ways to Tell If You’re Exercising Enough

These simple tweaks will help you reach your #bodygoals. → Read More

The Truth About That Pilates Article

The traditional training style is getting a trendy makeover. → Read More

10 Seriously Chic New Trackers from Jawbone

The wearable just upped its fashion game with smart and chic details. → Read More

Got a Sweet Craving? Try These 5-Minute, Fiber-Filled Truffles

When your taste buds are begging for sugar, it's hard to stop at just one or two bites of dessert. A better plan? Switch to a healthy and filling treat. Enter these bite-sized pistachio and... → Read More

3 Things You Can Do Now to Keep Your Brain Healthy Later

More than 46 million people worldwide suffer from dementia, caused by both Alzheimer’s and other progressively degenerative conditions, according to The World Alzheimer Report. And while experts had been saying for years that loading up... → Read More

Women Who Work in Male-Dominated Offices Have More Stress

Sad news for equality in the workplace: Women who work in male-dominated fields are more likely to have elevated stress levels, according to a new study. Researchers from Indiana University Bloomington looked at daily stress... → Read More

Adding a Spoonful of This to Your Oatmeal or Yogurt Can Keep Your Weight Down

So, you already enjoy a morning bowl of oatmeal, and you already top it with protein-packed walnuts or chia seeds to stay full longer. That's two steps in the right direction. To give your breakfast... → Read More