Hosted by health coach and author Ashleigh VanHouten and nutritionist and strength and conditioning specialist Rachel Gregory - co-creators of the Muscle Science for Women training program - this podcast dives into all aspects of fitness including nutrition, training, recovery, fitness culture, and so much more, all with a focus on addressing women's unique goals and challenges. It's conversational, interactive, and will help listeners understand their bodies and how to achieve their goals.
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In this episode Ashleigh and Rachel discuss whether or not you can effectively grow your legs and glutes with a limited home gym (and give plenty of advice on how you can maximize your workouts no matter where you are or what equipment you have). The... more
In this episode Ashleigh and Rachel dive into a variety of topics around nutrition, including understanding the difference between a food "sensitivity" and an actual allergy; they talk about whether foods that are widely touted as unhealthy (like glu... more
In this episode Rachel and Ashleigh discuss mindset and the do's and don'ts of staying healthy while traveling. Rachel has just come back from an epic three-week trip to Thailand, and Ashleigh is about to embark on an all-inclusive family vacation, s... more
Ashleigh is very good and has great knowledge of the fitness world and her solo podcasts are what I enjoy the most. Her cohost is obviously very informative but I need to set the speed 1.75 just to get past the amount of “and like” she says. She once said it 5 times in one statement. It’s very distracting.
Really enjoy this podcast. Appreciated the conversation with Erin Powers about how we can improve our mindset to improve health by changing our approach to how we feel about ourselves as it relates to health and wellness. What really resonated was your discussion about how to navigate mindset for better health and takeaways. Very interesting! Thank you.
I just found this podcast and I’m loving it! I’m getting into fueling my body well and actually eating enough & love the science behind it all. Learning lots here!
So happy to have found this podcast! It’s my new go-to for health, fitness, motivation and just interesting stuff. Love the chemistry & vibe you ladies have! Listening to your podcast is helping me to start off in a healthier state of mind & body. Keep up the great work, and keep the episodes coming!
Best of the best right here. Love the knowledge and education that is dropped. Rachel is amazing. Keep the episodes coming.
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Muscle Science for Women launched 11 years ago and published 125 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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