For females athletes, well-planned training is key to the best hormonal balance and response.
You've done the hard part and had your baby, but before you get back to heavy lifting, give your core some attention.
If, like me, you’re a woman living with polycystic ovarian syndrome, then strength training should be a part of your treatment plan.
There’s a whole lotta leopard going on, but as the name suggests, this top may become your new best friend.
Kegels are often the blanket recommendation for a healthy pelvic floor. Katy Bowman suggests they're not all they're cracked up to be.
Why do we jump into crazy diets? That’s like saying “I want to deadlift, so I’m going to deadlift as heavy as I can every day.”
Why is it that some runners have no trouble getting back to a regular routine, and others eventually resist the thought of running altogether?
It can be hard to accept you’re doing the right things, if the scale isn’t backing you up. Here’s a list of signs that you're on the right track, even if the scale isn’t budging.
This week's picks are a thank-you to our boldest coaches. Thanks to each of you for speaking your mind and the truth, and knocking the Internet stupidity level down a notch.
You are your body on a “good” day and on a “bad” day. What many of us women don’t realize is that we get to define what constitutes good and bad.
No one talks about after the baby. They don't talk about how hard it is to take six weeks off or the shock it is when you hit your first workout.
Nursing a child places a unique and significant demand on a woman's body, and exercise is the perfect way to meet those demands.
Awake & Evolve Workouts
Mature Athlete Workouts
MMA & BJJ Workouts
Special Forces Workouts
Sport Specific Workouts
Strength & Conditioning Workouts