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Science-based fitness & nutrition
Interested in strength training for women? Curious about how you can adopt a science-based approach to your nutrition? No matter where you are on your fitness journey, there’s definitely something for you here.
Been neglecting your quad muscles in training? Find out why it’s important to build your quads, and which exercises are great at doing that.
Here’s how to get a bigger butt. Learn the best science-based glute exercises and the optimal workout frequency for those booty gains!
Wondering how to tone your body and not get bulky? Learn the truth behind it and what you should do instead for that toned look you want.
Fitness myths can really hurt your progress. Avoid making these mistakes. Find out what these myths are and what to do instead.
Speed up the recovery of your sore muscles from workouts! Learn about what works – and what doesn’t – in this science-based comparison.
Wondering why workout soreness happens? Learn about the science behind it and whether it’s a good idea to workout when sore.
Learn all about workout periodization and how it works. Find out if periodization cycles are useful, and whether they are suitable for you.
Choosing protein powder types can be hard! Learn about animal and plant-based protein options, and how you can pick the right one.
Curious about the beta-alanine benefits touted by supplement brands? Learn if beta-alanine supplements really work and if you could benefit.
Hoping to better yourself? Learn what’s self-awareness and how it could benefit you. Simple activities and tips for self-awareness included.
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We’re for women who want to workout & eat smarter
You know that conventional, one-size-fits-all strategies to nutrition and fitness don’t work. But it’s not always easy finding what’s effective for you.
And as plentiful as information is with a Google search, navigating all of that can be confusing and overwhelming.
That’s why we’re here – to equip you with the knowledge to cut through the noise and chart your own nutrition and fitness journey. Every resource here is science-based and geared toward getting you to work out and eat smarter.
Science-based nutrition & fitness articles that are easy to understand
Our fitness and nutrition articles are grounded in research. And while all that science can get very complicated, the learning points don’t have to be.
That’s why we’ve done the hard work for you. Sifting through journals, analyzing research, figuring out how they apply in real-life – and breaking all those down into plain English.
That’s valuable knowledge without the headache. Bonus: everything here is casual, fun, and educational. Because that’s how we like to learn ourselves.
Apply the latest women’s nutrition & fitness research with ease
Reading about the latest fitness and nutrition research is great. But … how do you apply these learnings to your own journey?
This is where we come in – everything you learn here is actionable. From strength training for women to learning how you can eat smarter, we place a strong emphasis on walking you through concepts and insights.
This way, making informed, science-based decisions on how you workout and how you eat becomes easier for you. The more you learn about nutrition and fitness, the stronger you’ll be (literally!)
Learn about the science behind what matters
Strength training and eating well are things you’d likely do for life. Invest the time to learn about improving your nutrition and fitness, instead of blindly following the latest diet and workout trends.
Keep reading, learning, and doing everything you can to find what works best for you. That’s how you can always be sure your approach is adapting to your needs.
Start making informed decisions about your nutrition & fitness
The science-based nutrition and fitness resources you find here are carefully researched and objectively written – with you in mind.
We want everything you learn here to be credible, accurate and relevant. That’s why we’re very particular about the research that goes into our fitness and nutrition articles.