Now researchers are saying that opting out of your workouts during the first two weeks of your menstrual cycle might mean you're missing out on some serious gains. (Typical menstrual cycles can last from 21 to 35 days, but they always begin at the first sign of your period.) Training during this crucial time period can yield greater power, strength, and muscle mass than any other time of the month, according to a new study from Umeå University in Sweden.

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