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    Best Fitness Podcasts for Women in 2024

    Best Fitness Podcasts for Women in 2024

    If you are looking for extra motivation to hit the gym, you may benefit from some of the podcasts we’re going to share with you today.

    Not only will these podcast shows keep you entertained, but they’ll also teach you how you can get the best results out of your training sessions.

    From nutrition and training advice to supplement recommendations, these shows are tailored to women to ensure you have everything you need in your arsenal to smash your fitness goals. Let’s get started.

    1. Fit Women’s Weekly Podcast by Kindal Boyle

    Fit Women’s Weekly Podcast is an education podcast hosted by Kinda Boyle, an RKC and NASM coach. The podcast covers women’s fitness from so many angles.

    Kindal brings on guests regularly to discuss different challenges and topics in the women’s fitness niche. For example, she talked about spot reduction in one of the episodes, discussing whether it’s really possible to choose where you lose fat. And in case you need some inspiration, you’ll benefit from the dozens of episodes where she brings women to discuss their success stories in the gym.

    Fitness Women’s Weekly has a nice mixture of content that will inspire your fitness journey.

    2. Fuel Your Strength by Steph Gaudreau

    Steph Gaudreau is a weightlifting coach and nutritionist. She has a B.S. in Biology, Human Physiology.

    In her show, Fuel Your Strength, Steph Covers topics targeting women athletes in their 40s. More specifically, she explains how women above 40 can build muscle and increase their performance (with higher energy and strength).

    One of the latest episodes is on practical cardio training where she’s joined by Jamie Scott.

    In another episode, she discusses the truths and myths behind creatine with sports nutrition researcher Dr. Scott Forbes.

    These kinds of podcast episodes are really insightful. You get to learn about different supplements that are constantly discussed in the gym. For example, some athletes use fat burners and SARMs for women’s weight loss to enhance cutting cycles. A good podcast episode can help you understand how the supplements work and if they’re indeed helpful.

    3. Strength in the Details by Dr. A’Naja Newsome

    If you are looking for a podcast that can enhance your fitness mentality, then this is it. Dr. A’Naya Newsome, P.H.D., hosts the Strength in the Details podcast, which goes over some of the most overlooked aspects of training, like mental health.

    A few of the inqteresting topics from the past that you may want to check out include “Managing Stress and Building Resilience for Strength Athletes,” Athletic Identity, Injury, and Burnout,” and “Mindset Psychology for Athletes.”

    Dr. A’Naja is normally joined by other experts in the mental health and fitness industry.

    4. Muscle Science for Women by Ashleigh VanHouten and Rachel Gregory

    This podcast discusses all aspects of fitness, like training, nutrition, supplements, and recovery, looking at how they can help women achieve their unique fitness goals. The show is hosted by Ashleigh VanHouten, a nutritionist, and Rachel Gregory, a strength and conditioning specialist.

    In addition to the podcast, the two hosts have a 12-week program with the same name, Muscle Science for Women. The program helps women of all ages and fitness levels achieve their health and fitness goals.

    Many podcast hosts offer fitness programs and challenges on the side. These programs are usually very beneficial. They help you understand your body and the specific training regimen you can adopt to achieve your specific results. They also introduce you to supplements that could help you. You can learn about protein powders, pre-workouts, SARMs for beginners, etc., how to use them, and where to buy them. The only challenge is you’ll realize the programs are usually sold separately, so they’re not free like the podcasts.

    That means you’ll need to consider whether the programs are worth investing in.

    5. The Messy Middle Podcast by Alyssa Dlenick

    The Messy Middle is one of the most practical podcasts on this list. Hosted by Doc Lyss, this show will be a valuable resource to all female athletes interested in cardio and strength training. Doc Lyss covers amazing cardio and strength training topics, like tips for maintaining muscle while doing cardio, how to train for altitude, how to sync with your menstrual cycles for better training outcomes, and how to return to running after injury.

    She also touches on supplements and their role in women’s training. For example, one of the episodes examined “women and creatine,” where she answered the question of whether women should be using the supplement.

    In Closing

    There you have it. Those are some of the best fitness podcasts for women. As you’ve seen, various podcast shows can support every aspect of fitness, from training and workouts to mental well-being, nutrition, and supplements. Also, most of these shows are pretty short (around 19 minutes long), so you should be able to enjoy them and still spare enough time to get those reps in. Happy listening.

    About The Author

    Tim Muisyo is the writer and editor at Healthcare Drafts. He has a B.Sc. degree in Public Health and enjoys hiking, gyming, and biking.

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