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The 4-Second Way to Prevent Ingrown Hairs

As if shaving isn't terrible enough (hi, your knee is bleeding), once summer comes along, most of us have to deal with the dreaded ingrown hairs afterward. We checked in with Dr. Mona Gohara, a dermatologist in New York, for the world's easiest way to prevent those suckers in the first place.

Channel Karlie Kloss's Workout Vibes at the Gym

Barre It In Your Bra

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Raise the "barre" during your next fitness session and build strength in style like Karlie Kloss. We only wish we looked that long and lean.

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Get Fit and Focused

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Rise and grind ladies—that's how Karlie Kloss does it. This pic gives us serious #fitspo, how about you? Yeah, we thought so. See you at Pilates class.

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Jump In Style

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Jumping rope is a simple and easy way to stay in shape. Not sure how good we'd look jumping up and down, but @karliekloss is killing it. Her all-black fitness style slays too.

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Cycle 'Round the City

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Ms. Kloss knows how to get her cycle on outside the studio while taking in the sights. Throw on a quick lightweight jacket and grab your bike—it's time to push those pedals.

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Lunge for It

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From that bright sports bra to those loaded lunges, Karlie Kloss knows how to make working hard at the gym look flawless. Dedication never looked so good.

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What the Eff Is Teff and How Do You Eat It?

Teff might be an ancient grain, but it's getting a lot of attention in contemporary kitchens. That's partly because the health benefits of teff make it a great addition to anyone's cooking game, and, oh yea, it tastes pretty good too.


Admittedly, this one is a stretch when it comes to the fitness impact. Sure, those weighted sand bags give your arms a little workout, and, yes, it requires some hand-eye coordination that we think is good to keep practicing; but it's the competitive spirit, the accessibility for a person of any age or ability, and the inevitable vitamin D boost from the summertime rays that keep us coming back for more.

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Touch Football

Yes, this one takes a little more organization for a full-fledged game, but if you pull it off, it's not only perfect for keeping large groups entertained, it also is one of the best cardiovascular workouts out there. In just thirty minutes, you can burn about 277 calories thanks to running short and fast routes. Plus, it requires you test your agility and balance with every dodge and move. (Follow your game with Winning Tailgate Foods for Football Season.)

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