Women's Fitness

Today we're featuring three of the strong women we've talked to on Breaking Muscle Radio.
Many health professionals recommend light exercise for women on bed rest as a way to prevent complications.
Pregnancy poses a challenge for research, but there are plenty of studies out there supporting the benefits of exercise.
Low back pain, pelvic girdle pain, and urinary incontinence can derail your workouts during pregnancy.
Ladies, there's no shame in building a strong and sexy upper body and here's some perspective to get you started.
Knowing the common issues that affect the female athlete can help you program yourself or your client for success.
It doesn't matter if going to the gym six weeks after delivery is normal. What matters is whether or not you are ready.
Diastasis recti makes training difficult. These safe workouts will rebuild your core safely.
From smart programming, to body image, to pregnancy, this year's top articles cover all the bases.
Look for a gift for a strong lady in your life? Here are nine ideas.
A whole lot of women would say I'm "bulky." But this 35-year-old woman isn’t going to give in to that noise.
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.
Kegels are often the blanket recommendation for a healthy pelvic floor. Katy Bowman suggests they're not all they're cracked up to be.
Good exercise habits impact you and your baby before you conceive, during pregnancy, and after you give birth.
A new study reiterates the importance of a quality diet during pregnancy, especially when it comes to newborn size.
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.