Breaking Muscle Shop


Too often exploitation is the price women pay for sponsorship.
The recent controversy over Caitlyn Jenner proves the world out there is not always so well versed in sport issues as I might have presumed.
Having the courage to bring this topic out into the open will facilitate transformation for the whole yoga community.
After years of failing miserably at love, I finally found the love of my life a few years ago. But my yoga had to change for it to happen.
Put aside gender stereotypes and pick up a barbell, because weightlifting can be a woman's best friend.
I don’t like man bashing, especially since my teammates at my gym are so awesome. But the fact is some guys are dicks.
A new study investigated how the lower body impacts running economy and helps (or hinders) performance.
In this inaugural episode of our radio show, we discuss BJJ, the learning process, taking risks, and living your passions.
History remembers Jackie Robinson at the man who broke through, but to be fair, it was Branch Rickey who was the visionary. CrossFit, Inc. had such a chance to be visionary, but they played it safe.
Women are flourishing in endurance sports, so much so that the term "chicking" has been coined for when a woman finishes ahead of the men. Are you a woman wanting to get into cycling? Then, read on.
It’s been about 6 months since the story broke that 2 male grapplers allegedly sexually assaulted their female teammate. What are we all doing to have a positive impact on our jiu jitsu world?
I'm a boxer, not a yogi. Yet, I find unlike other exercise, yoga makes me feel better after I do it. Here's why I think non-yogis, especially guys, should try it.
Many of the stereotypes in the grappling world about one or the other gender are often not necessarily accurate, in that the behaviors can be widely characteristic of both sexes.
New science shows that stress increases risk-taking in men and decreases risk-taking in women. What does this have to do with your workout? Read on to find out.
Gender issues in the gym can be divisive, but it doesn't have to be that way. How can men and women work together, and are there any lessons we can learn from each other?
I have never understood why group exercise is dominated by women participants. I have a few theories on why this is, in regards to dancing, ability to listen, and community.
I recently discovered that not much has been written on how to get women into BJJ, so I did some research and talked to women I know who practice the art. Here's what they had to share on the topic.
Let's assume for a minute that not all women's gyms promote pink 2-lb dumbbells. Could they have benefits for members, or are they discriminatory and old-fashioned?