Strength & Conditioning
These antiquated perceptions and biases are precisely the problem I wish to fix. Our current narrative on “femininity” equals being petite or slender, and the opposite – being strong, muscular or “big” as simply being “not feminine”.
Here are 3 untruths that are far too common, women (& men) believe 1 / strength training will make them “bigger” & bulky 2/ being bigger is neither feminine nor sexy 3/ being bigger is an exercise goal reserved for men.
‘Strong is Female’ is our small contribution to what is no doubt a task of monumental proportions. I hope to encourage more women to take up strength training and discover her untapped potential through the power of fitness in general, and strength training in particular.