women's fitness

Four women recently made it to their one-year anniversary in my women's only BJJ classes. It's been a great ride.
It doesn't matter if going to the gym six weeks after delivery is normal. What matters is whether or not you are ready.
There is no one-size-fits-all approach to meal planning, but you can still plan ahead. Here's how to do it.
You can accomplish a lot in six weeks - losing fat, gaining muscle, and building strength and stamina.
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.
If, like me, you’re a woman living with polycystic ovarian syndrome, then strength training should be a part of your treatment plan.
There’s a whole lotta leopard going on, but as the name suggests, this top may become your new best friend.
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.
Why do we jump into crazy diets? That’s like saying “I want to deadlift, so I’m going to deadlift as heavy as I can every day.”
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.
I've designed the newest cycle of Mommy workouts to help you exercise with your cycle, not in spite of it.
This week's picks are a thank-you to our boldest coaches. Thanks to each of you for speaking your mind and the truth, and knocking the Internet stupidity level down a notch.