Valentine's Day is right around the corner. Do you know what you're buying for the athletic lady in your life? If not, don't panic - I've got you covered with these ten gift ideas!
I have a degree in English Literature from Cambridge University and if you’d told me twenty years ago that I would end up building a career in strength training, I’d have thought you were mad.
At the turn of the year, it's nice to sit back and take a look at the top articles of the year gone by. Here they are along with an overall Breaking Muscle top 10 and "Editors Picks."
This top ten list of articles is for the female athletes out there who want to get stronger, feel better, and celebrate the female form in athletics and otherwise.
I think you could say I’m a bit of a geek when it comes to pregnancy stuff, and 2013 was chock full of exciting research, controversy, and even a new invention.
If one of the women in your life takes her fitness pretty seriously, you may be struggling to find gifts. Allow me to help you out. You see, I might have been born to write this article.
Why is there a subculture of skinny-hawking bikini-body programming starting to creep up at CrossFit boxes? I happened upon a box’s website the other day and found this: 2013 BIKINI CHALLENGE.
A new study shows squats might have yet another health benefit - improved bone health in women with osteoporosis and osteopenia.
Vanessa Bennington brings a valuable medical perspective to the worlds of fitness and nutrition. Find out her favorite sport, cheat food, and quote in our 12 reps.
By age fourteen, girls are dropping out of sports at two times the rate of boys. Fast and Female was founded to expose girls to sports-related activities and provide female athletes as role models.
For years I struggled to get my butt exactly the way I wanted it to be. But now that has changed. I'm happy with my butt - and my body - just the way it is right now and in the future, and here's why.
How does participation in college athletics affect body composition in women? A recent study compared body composition in collegiate female athletes across five different sports.
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