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YogaBellies Maternity Belt Active | Ease The Pain Our Pregnancy Support Belt |Adjustable Belly Band Helps You Stay Active Until Baby Comes | Easy to Use Maternity Support May Reduce Stretch Marks
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YogaBellies Maternity Belt Active | Ease The Pain Our Pregnancy Support Belt |Adjustable Belly Band Helps You Stay Active Until Baby Comes | Easy to Use Maternity Support May Reduce Stretch Marks by YogaBellies

  • SIZING IMPORTANT: Measure around your belly at widest point and...
  • The ACTIVE BELT HELPS YOU STAY ACTIVE FOR COMMUTING, WORKING AND...
  • EASY TO PUT ON, ADJUST AND TAKE OFF, AND COMES WITH A HANDY CARRY...

Gabrialla maternity belly Support Belt Ease Lumbar/lower Back  abdomen and pelvic Pain Abdominal Belly band brace Versatile prenatal or Postpartum wrap Breathable Strong Support MS-99
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Gabrialla maternity belly Support Belt Ease Lumbar/lower Back abdomen and pelvic Pain Abdominal Belly band brace Versatile prenatal or Postpartum wrap Breathable Strong Support MS-99 by Gabrialla

  • HIGHLY RECOMMEDED BY DOCTORS- Highly recommended by OB/GYN's as the...
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Maternity Belt - Comfortable Belly Band for Pregnancy - Prenatal Cradle for Baby - Breathable Lower Back and Pelvic Support (Beige)
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Maternity Belt - Comfortable Belly Band for Pregnancy - Prenatal Cradle for Baby - Breathable Lower Back and Pelvic Support (Beige) by Wisewife

  • BREATHABLE MATERIAL AND ONE SIZE ADJUSTABLE - The maternity support...
  • REDUCE PRESSURE AND SUPPORT ABDOMINAL AREA - Wrapping around your...
  • CORRECTING POOR POSTURE - Ideal for correcting poor posture and...

Maternity Belt - NEOtech Care Brand - Pregnancy Support - Waist/Back / Abdomen Band, Belly Brace - Beige Colour - Size S
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Maternity Belt - NEOtech Care Brand - Pregnancy Support - Waist/Back / Abdomen Band, Belly Brace - Beige Colour - Size S by Neotech Care

  • FULLY ADJUSTABLE to accommodate abdominal growth throughout...
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GABRIALLA G MS-96 BL Large Maternity Support Belt Medium Strength
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GABRIALLA G MS-96 BL Large Maternity Support Belt Medium Strength by Gabrialla

  • • Promotes proper posture and balance, while allowing you to...
  • • Soft elastic material makes it comfortable for everyday use and...
  • • Provides medium-strength support to the uterus and helps reduce...

A Laramie Ultra-Marathoner Finds Peace In Running - Wyoming Public Media

Lots of people like to run and many have chosen to run marathons. But not that many have decided to run beyond that. One such person is gearing up for an upcoming 100 mile race that she’s running for the second time. There’s lots of ways Jennifer Bartel and her three kids and dog spend time together, but lately a lot of that family time has been spent running. Bartel runs a lot. “I try to keep it right around 50 miles a week, mostly because when I boost it over that I start to feel really poor from my neck all the way down, so I stick right at 50 miles. These days she is training for the Leadville Trail 100 run. It’s a 100 mile trail run that has altitude swings from roughly 9-000 feet to 12,600 feet. If you finish it in 25 hours or less you get a big belt buckle. But you must finish in 30 hours or you miss the cutoff. “I finished last time with 11 minutes to spare and I was a hurting unit, I had been puking, I had an upset stomach for 60 miles, so yeah I think it’s a healthy fear of a very long ways. This will be Bartel’s 5th Ultra marathon. She’s also run 9 official marathons and several other long distance races. Taking on a race like Leadville just happened. “So I started running a marathon, then I ran another marathon the next month, then I asked one of my friends do you think I could run Leadville. She said if anybody could run Leadville you could. She’s 33, single, with 3 kids, and she’s employed as a nurse practitioner. In addition to her running, she does CrossFit five to six times a week. She laughs when you ask if she’s crazy. Although she was a high school athlete, the running part of her life started seven years ago during her difficult third pregnancy. Her health wasn’t good. “My dad died of a heart attack when he was really young, he was 53, so I didn’t want that for myself, so I started walking and challenged myself with a 5K and challenged myself with the Bolder-Boulder and it just progressed from there. But the longer distances came about from dealing with some personal challenges that included a divorce. For Bartel running is her therapy. “You know running has helped me fight anxiety, it’s helped my fight sadness, and you know with longer runs I think a lot about my family and my kids, and the stresses of raising them in a split home, and for whatever reason running fatigues me... Source: wyomingpublicmedia.org

The story of NJ Olympic hopeful Leigh Jaynes-Provisor will inspire you | Politi - NJ.com

Her wrestling career started with a dare. Leigh Jaynes-Provisor was on a backpacking trip with a youth group when a popular coach at Rancocas Valley Regional High issued a challenge that would change her life and set her on a path to the Olympics. "You wouldn't last two weeks in the wrestling room," Brian Bowker told her. "I don't think you're tough enough. Tough enough. Didn't he know about the hardships in her childhood. That her father, a troubled Vietnam War veteran, wasn't part of her life. That her mother, overwhelmed with financial and emotional problems, had decided her children were better off in the child welfare system than in her home. Didn't the wrestling coach understand that she had bounced from a psychiatric ward to group homes to foster families, a life that became so unbearable that, when she turned 16, she emancipated herself. And when that decision didn't solve her problems, that she sometimes slept anywhere she could find in Mount Holly — on park benches, in motel rooms or even in her beat-up 1981 Toyota Corolla. Tough enough. So that was why, months after that challenge from Bowker in the fall of 1998, Leigh Jaynes-Provisor showed up unannounced for the first day of wrestling practice. She didn't know much about the sport, but the coach discovered how wrong his assessment was in her first match. "She takes this kid down in 30 seconds," Bowker said. "The kid blasted her with his elbow, knocking out one of her teeth. Well, she swatted the tooth right off the mat and continued to whoop that kid's ass. "From that point out, we knew we had something right there. Now he wonders: Will one of his favorite high school wrestlers, an athlete whose toughness will never be questioned after you read her life story, have an Olympic medal hanging around her neck this time next summer. Landing on her own One year from now, the eyes of the world will turn to Rio de Janeiro for the 2016 Summer Games, and Team USA will have a strong contingent of athletes from New Jersey marching into João Havelange Olympic Stadium for the Opening... Some you probably know, like World Cup soccer star Carli Lloyd and gold-medal-winning wrestler Jordan Burroughs. Others are mostly anonymous to the general public, regular people whose stories are still untold as they spend their days waiting and training. Source: www.nj.com

For Americans who've experienced racism, Charleston meant grappling with worst ... - Minneapolis Star Tribune

I took deep breaths. I checked my little girl. She was scared but not in tears. I checked myself. I put my hands on my big belly. I asked my little boys to move. I massaged and massaged where the seatbelt had pulled tight across my chest and stomach. When I felt the stirring of my babies inside of me, I willed my pulse to slow down. I felt the same way on June 18, 2015, when news of the massacre at the Emanuel African Methodist and Episcopal Church in Charleston entered our little house in the heart of the Seward Neighborhood in Minneapolis, I experienced the same tightness... I was on the sofa, on my phone, scanning through Facebook posts — one of my least productive but most frequent pastimes during this pregnancy. I have 3,917 friends. I belong to a handful of groups, my favorites being Hmong Kitchen and Minneapolis Mamas of Multiples. I was looking forward to seeing images of spicy, sour food and adorable babies causing minor household mischief. Instead I found myself staring at one post after another, images of black men and women in tears: the Charleston Church Shooting. Nine people had been killed, three black men and six black women. They were at a bible study when someone, a stranger they had welcomed, opened fire. It was a hate crime. One more in a long series. Some were calling it domestic terrorism. The suspect: a young man, face free of wrinkles, a head of thick blond hair, eyes focused on some vision I could not see. The suspect is a 21-year-old white boy. I felt the words, the actions, the significance of the church, the hate that motivated the killer, the thing that I fight against in my life as a woman of color, raised in a family full of love but no money, a woman raising an interracial child,... We meet the white structure of racism, this wall, unbreachable from one side, engineered on the other by hundreds of years of white superiority to demolish on levels big and small, to massacre groups of people, classes of people, masses of people. I remember being 7 or 8 years old. We are fishing at an American Indian reservation a few hours from the cities. It’s my favorite fishing spot, the place where I caught my first real fish, a blue bass. The summer sun is glittering down on the long cement pier. I’m sitting on the edge of the pier, a. Source: www.startribune.com

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  • Should Active Pregnant Women Belt Up?

    06/15/16 ,via Babble

    A few experienced running mommies have suggested that I invest in a maternity support belt. A maternity support belt supports the lumber and abdominal area and has the following benefits: Less lower back pain Increased blood circulation / decreased ...

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