women's fitness

There is an epidemic destroying our nutrition and fitness goals. It's not a disease or a food - it's a mindset. It is unrealistic expectations and an obsession with perfection. Here's how to cure it.
This video explains how most women are physiologically unable to build "bulky" muscles and why research shows we ALL should be taking advantage of the metabolic benefits of resistance training.
You're a female athlete and you want to get off birth control for health and performance reasons, but you suffer from irregular or heavy cycles. There are options for you - read on!
Valentine's Day has passed and you're still sitting there single and eating clearance chocolates. Here's a better way to get over being single: Join a CrossFit gym - join a community and get fit.
Being physically active is important for the health of young women, both physically and mentally. But more of them are dropping out of sports than ever. How can we change this?
You're worried your birth control might be interfering with your athletic goals and your general health, but you're not ready to have a kid. What are your options? There's actually quite a few.
Hormones play a critical role in achieving and maintaining pregnancy. Here are some hormonal changes that take place and how they affect your exercise.
Whether you are pregnant or you're training a pregnant client, it's important to know what changes are going on during the prenatal period. Today we look at the cardiovascular effects of pregnancy.
Did you ever wonder if the reason you haven't been able to reach your deadlift goal or see your abs might be related to that little pill you take every morning to keep you from having a kiddo?
I think of the time after birth as the fourth trimester. There is a lot of deal with, mentally and physically. It's different for each woman, but here are 5 tips to help you through this period.
I've resisted doing yoga because classes here in LA seem too competitive, but now I've got a personal invite from Bryan Kest to come try out his class - he says it's perfect for the pregnant ladies.
As a female athlete, your menstrual cycle can be frustrating to deal with. I've found the easiest way to handle it is to use a product called the Diva Cup - it's comfortable, reusable, and hygienic.
This was a big week - we got the results back on the CVS procedure and found out the sex of our baby! Also, I learned about "underfill" and why I feel so drained. Literally, it turns out.
The title says it all: "Beautiful Badass", designed by Nia Shanks, provides video demonstrations, reliable information, and enough programming to keep you strong for a long time.
You might have heard that exercise can impact fertility. While that's true, it's also important to consider the big picture if you're trying to conceive.
I’ve only been to one Pilates class in my life. I’ve also only been referred to as “butch” one time in my life. Well, one time to my face. What if gyms were free of such alienating judgements?
Women face some challenges when it comes to health and fitness. Here are 8 no-nonsense articles for ladies who want to get strong and be healthy.