Despite the old myth that weightlifting is just for athletes and butch guys still lingering very slightly, more and more women are taking part in strength training. But are you doing it right, and do you know what exercises you should be performing?
Women’s training is still stuck in the dark ages, with most females sticking to a traditional, boring unimaginative rep schemes and getting nowhere. But it’s time to spice up your training and get killer new results with alternative rep ranges.
Working out during pregnancy is often encouraged, but it is important to know how much is enough and what too much training looks like.
Feel like a stranger has taken over your body? Many women can't wait to get their sexy bodies back after giving birth. Here is all you'll need to know about working out after the baby's out!
Is is safe for you to lift weights while pregnant? Know how risky your activities are, or if they're good for mommy and baby.
Soon to be moms can never be too careful. Make sure you follow these very important guidelines on the dos and don'ts of exercising while pregnant.
Although exercise has been associated with a reduced risk of developing type 2 diabetes, the same cannot be said about gestational diabetes. The risk of developing it remains unaltered in women who take up exercising in the second trimester of pregnancy.
Exercise is always good for your health, whether you are expecting or not. However, there are a few precautions that pregnant women should consider to ensure they won’t place any additional stress on themselves or their child.
Most women who exercise during pregnancy benefit greatly, however the level of activity a woman can do will be directly proportional to her level of fitness prior to pregnancy.
Practicing yoga during pregnancy can be a delightful experience for you as well as your baby.