Getting ready for your first fitness competition can be daunting, but we’ll help you start. Check out this beginners guide for women interested in starting out in bikini, figure, and physique competitions.
Staying motivated to make healthy changes that lead to weight loss is difficult under any circumstances. But when you’re a new mom, it’s nearly impossible. Here’s what you need to know to lose baby weight.
Being a new mom comes with major responsibilities and other things tend to fall by the wayside. Here’s how to make time for fitness, an essential part of being a healthy, happy, and good mom.
While dieting and getting skinny used to be the trend, women are realizing getting fit is a more satisfying and healthier goal. Read this article for more on the benefits of muscle and how to help your female clients build it.
Many women feel bodybuilding is not for them—until they learn about the benefits! Start developing a women’s bodybuilding program with these tips in our latest blog.
Being pregnant and training regularly throughout pregnancy is like the girl at the gym who’s on the stair climber with ankle weights: She’s working twice as hard just to keep up. But just because it’s harder doesn’t mean it shouldn’t be done.
Build a powerful base with a diet that supports your muscle-building goals. Get your bodybuilding diet essentials here!
The topic of protein can be really confusing for your clients. This is especially true for women since most information available is for men. To help your female clients meet their nutrition, fitness, and weight goals, you need to read this complete guide to women and protein.
Most of the questions I get from my female clients are about whether they will get big and bulky like men if they lift heavy weights. In short, the answer is no. There are a lot of reasons for this, but the fundamental one is our hormonal make up. Us ladies simply do not have the high testosteron...
Ready to challenge yourself like never before? Check out this beginner's guide to see if you have what it takes to get started in women's bodybuilding!
Is female-specific training an antiquated idea? Get caught up with current techniques on the ISSA blog.