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Women's Fitness

The unique set of challenges presented to your body by menopause aren't an automatic negative sentence.
When returning to fitness after pregnancy, the key is to be kind and patient with yourself.
The sandbag teaches good movement and is incredibly versatile for strength training.
Implants can affect the body's physiological systems in unexpected, negative ways.
An athlete is going to look like whatever she is.
There's a whole world of strength and fitness out there that women are just beginning to explore.
With the growing mentality that “strong is sexy,” more women are venturing to the weight room.
Rock these jams to get pumped in the gym.
Staying healthy and fit while pregnant can have a profound effect on the health and athletic potential of your baby.
This movement provides a safe gateway to crucial single leg work for women.
A serious athlete is revealed through effort, not gender.
Here's how to get comfortable and confident in the gym, so you can receive all it has to offer.
In training, it's not your gender that matters. Only your goals.
These five women are thriving coaches in the sport of Olympic weightlifting.
Internet photos inevitably become unreasonable ideals.
Reconnecting with fitness after having a baby takes time, patience, and respect for your new body.
Follow these rules to make the most of your strength-building efforts in and out of the gym.
The first trimester of pregnancy is infamous for being a fitness deal-breaker, largely due to fatigue. But there are ways to work around it.