T Nation talks to model and figure competitor Jelena Abbou. Check it out.
From fitness celebrities to reality stars, augmented asses are everywhere. Here's how they do it and how to spot the pretenders.
Millions of women between the ages of 18 and 59 exhibit low testosterone levels, resulting in a rotten sex drive, low energy, and difficulty in putting on muscle or burning fat.
Want stronger, rounder, sexier glutes? Then give them their own day in the gym. Here's how to get it done.
If women understand their hormone cycles, they can plan their workouts to get stronger and lose more fat. Here's how.
T Nation talks to fitness bombshell Jamie Eason in this classic interview.
There's a silent epidemic among female lifters. It causes muscle weakness, fatigue, and brain fog. Kill this deficiency and kill it in the gym. Here's how.
Figure and bikini competitors use them. Celebrities endorse them. But what's really happening to the body when squeems are used? Here's the nasty truth.
Science suggests that big-bootied women will outlive us all. Check this out.
Smoke that butt with these two banded exercise variations.
Here's how women can use their menstrual cycles to boost muscle mass and get stronger.
Here's how females really need to train for fat loss and muscle gain.
A study involving weight-trained women finds that one glute exercise works better than the others. Check it out.
Women have whispered about it for years and now science has confirmed its existence. This is fascinating.
Female competitors combine strict dieting with intense training to get ready for a show. Now science has looked at the consequences.
How heavy? Here's the science.
Okay, you can lift weights together. But there are some differences you need to know, especially when it comes to rest periods.
In a new study, women trained with light or heavy weights. The actual weight didn't matter much, but something else sure did.
Women not only need to train harder than men, their physiology makes it so they can. Here's what every female lifter needs to know.
Sure, women should lift weights and avoid excess cardio, just like men. But there are some differences when it comes to training, programming, and injury prevention.