More and more women are lifting weights, but women's pro bodybuilding is dying fast. Here's why, plus a frightening look at the cause of “man face.”
Many people, especially women, believe that deadlifts and squats can make them look blocky. False. But the wrong kind of ab training can!
Deadlifts are great for women too. Not only do they make women lean and strong, they also correct posture issues common to females.
Should you really abstain before a big game? How does sex affect T levels? And do women really have better workouts after? The answers here.
Women who decide to compete will have one of two experiences. They'll either grow from it or be destroyed by it. Are you ready to step on stage?
If women understand their hormone cycles, they can plan their workouts to get stronger and lose more fat. Here's how.
Burn fat, improve strength, increase conditioning, and build beautiful muscle in only a few hard minutes a day.
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.
Let's redefine what it means to be a female bodybuilder. If a woman lifts to build muscle, she is one. And damn proud of it.
Lean. Hard. Strong. These workouts combine explosive training, metcon, and a unique concept where you train the same muscles two days in a row.
Get a body that reflects your hard work by picking up a few tips from bodybuilders, figure athletes, and other physique competitors.
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.
A diet and workout plan for females wanting a lean, athletic look. Check it out.
T Nation talks to fitness bombshell Jamie Eason in this classic interview.
T Nation talks to model and figure competitor Jelena Abbou. Check it out.
Transform your backside and you’ll transform your body. Make drastic improvements by focusing on the glutes, hamstrings, and back muscles. Here’s how.
My new pastime (and how women should train)