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Womens Fitness Academy Hub

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The Women’s Issue magazine was created to showcase real and relevant stories and topics, without all the fluff and ads of standard womens magazines.

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Our team of female experts are changing the way women are educated about their bodies and minds.

With the latest research and techniques to empower women with the knowledge and skills and break the barriers to real health and wellness.

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Browse the video library

Browse our library of easy-to-watch videos filled with relevant and practical information on a variety of female health and fitness-related topics.

Why women?

Historically, women have been underrepresented in medical, fitness and exercise studies. With a recent shift towards including women and specifically analysing the unique needs of females – there is still a 10-year gap between new research and implementation, that’s a huge gap in knowledge and health outcomes.

  • 8/10 women have felt their doctors dismissed their symptoms
  • 1/10 women suffer from a chronic disease
  • It takes 3-5 years to get a PCOS diagnosis and 8-10 for endometriosis
  • Women are 10x more likely to suffer from hypothyroidism and Hashimoto’s than men
  • Understanding the link between our menstrual cycle, gut health and mental health is significantly underrated.
  • The current direction of health research that seeks to better understand the complex interplay between hormonal health, gut microbiome, and mental well-being
  • Females have unique needs in sports and training that traditional systems ignore
  • Pregnancy, birth, post-partum and child health have all been found to benefit significantly from exercise, however there are vital things women need to know to do it safely.

Women deserve better. Join us in uniting science and practice, empower yourself and join a growing movement changing the face of female health forever.

We use “women” as a collective term for all people who menstruate, gestate and experience female hormone cycles. We endeavor to be an inclusive and safe place for women, transgender and non-binary people to learn about their bodies.