Trainers & Coaches
Take Action: Speak Out Against Sexual Misconduct in Yoga
Having the courage to bring this topic out into the open will facilitate transformation for the whole yoga community.
Chicking: How Women Are Leaving Men in Their Cycling Dust
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.
Great Expectations: The Truth about Gender Stereotypes in Grappling
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.
8 Perspectives on Gender in the Gym
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?
Breaking Muscle HQ
More on Gender and Jiu Jitsu: Why Acting Like a "Man" Might Be a Good Thing
I find it freeing that jiu jitsu allows me to express my masculine side. As women, we need to realize the way we've been socialize and our feminine behavior may not be appropriate in the gym.
Women's Grappling Camp: We Come In Peace
An increase in the influence women bring to BJJ doesn’t have to be negative, and it doesn’t have to result in watered-down practices. Let me explain what we at WGC want to do for EVERYone.
Sunday Seven: The Week's 7 Most Popular Articles, Vol. 33
Every Sunday we post the "Sunday Seven" so you can quickly see the 7 most popular articles of the week. This week's popular topics: coaching, sexism, pole dancing, low back pain and more!
Breaking Muscle HQ
My Name Is Valerie, And I May Be Sexist (But I’m Working on It)
As a woman in a male-dominated sport, I have experienced sexism of every stripe. Sadly, I've also handed it out. Here are 3 things I've learned and admitted about grappling, gender, and myself.
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