Ladies, it’s not in your head- your physiology, training, and nutrition needs change throughout the month.  It’s time to leverage this information to work smarter, not harder, for better results.

The science related to training around the menstrual cycle is emerging, yet very exciting. Additionally, it is one of our main objectives to contribute to ending the underrepresentation of women in sports science research.  

Since the passage of Title IX in 1972, the number of women participating in sports continues to skyrocket.  But up until relatively recently, women have been grossly underrepresented in sports science, representing only about 39% of participants in exercise studies.  Enter the ABT.she Panel and the ABT.she Initiative.

One way we’re doing this is through the introduction of our ABT.she Panel.  It helps us use our cycle to our advantage. It provides the information we need to feel better, recover faster, and workout or train more efficiently and effectively.

Get involved

  1. The ABT.she initiative – Learn more about why we started ABT.she and get excited with us to advance female specific sports science. 
  2. E-Course Fueling Fierce: Female Athletes This comprehensive course blends years of research and personal experience working with professional & elite athletes to give you everything you need to know to optimize health and unlock female athlete performance.
  3. Q&A with Dr. A’nna Roby – Does estrogen play a role in recovery? Do IUDs impact my hormones? Find out the answers to these questions and many more!
  4. Great reads, resources and more!
    • Books – Roar by Dr. Stacy Sims or watch her TED talk here.
    • E-Course TRAINING AS A HIGH-PERFORMING FEMALE ATHLETE by Dr. Nikey Kaey
    • Apps – Wild.AI -WILD supports active females with a menstrual cycle, on birth control, in perimenopause or postmenopause. Or try Fitrwoman – Track Your Period & Train Smarter
    • Scientific Papers – Check out our extensive library of ABT.she specific female research. We hope to keep expanding our knowlegdge base as new scientific evidence emerges.
  5. Share with others! Download our ABT.she infographic and help spread the word about advancing scientific research for female athletes!

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