women's fitness

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.
There's a whole world of strength and fitness out there that women are just beginning to explore.
This movement provides a safe gateway to crucial single leg work for women.
In training, it's not your gender that matters. Only your goals.
These five women are thriving coaches in the sport of Olympic weightlifting.
Reconnecting with fitness after having a baby takes time, patience, and respect for your new body.
Stabilise your core and build an ideal posture for squat movements with these simple progressions.
It's time to move past the outdated fear that weight training makes women unfeminine.
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.
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.
Kalli Youngstrom does not fit the stereotype of the "bodybuilder." She is a lifelong athlete fascinated by psychology. This comes together in her unique approach to nutrition and training.
Artemis Scantalides is one of nine women in the world to complete the Iron Maiden Challenge. And that's not even the bravest thing she's done.
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.