How I Cut the Duration, Volume and Intensity of my Periods in Half

  I was 13 when I got my first period. It was pretty normal for the first couple of years. It would come every 28 days like clockwork, I would have some nominal cramping, take a couple doses of ibuprofen and be done. Then, at age 15 it got much worse. The pain I experienced … Continue reading How I Cut the Duration, Volume and Intensity of my Periods in Half

Women are Not Small Men… Why Male and Female Physiology Differences Influence Athletic Performance

  We watched a fair amount of the  Winter Olympics at our house in 2018 and it was quite obvious to see that the male competitors often had more strength, speed, and generally easily outperformed their female counterparts in each sport. These facts are not contested and are well known; world records ranging from the … Continue reading Women are Not Small Men… Why Male and Female Physiology Differences Influence Athletic Performance

Workouts and Your Cycle

I always thought that a woman would naturally be at her “worst performance” athletically speaking, during the days of menstruation. After all, these are the days where women will typically feel fatigued, in pain and generally worse for wear out of any other days in the cycle. I was so surprised to learn that in … Continue reading Workouts and Your Cycle