Girls Gone Strong: Interview with Molly Galbraith and Cassandra Forsythe

Molly Galbraith and Cassandra Forsythe are two of the amazing women behind Girls Gone Strong and the Modern Woman’s Guide to Strength Training. They’re also two of the powerhouses behind the Women’s Fitness Summit. I caught up with them in Summer 2014, between the release of the Modern Woman’s Guide and the Fitness Summit to talk […]

What is ninja crapping? Is your “solution” actually your problem?

And many more questions answered by me in this fun, fearless, femmechat interview with the excellent Summer Innanen. From Summer’s writeup: In this MUST-LISTEN-TO episode, we talk about: Krista’s unconventional story of disordered eating and how she went from being the girl with glasses who was last in gym class to a leader in fitness […]

Old lady bookworm dork boxer (aka me)

Here are some things you should know about me. I’m 5 feet tall. I’m 40 years old. I have a PhD. I am a bookworm. I like to eat tasty food. I can’t catch a ball. I run slow. I was picked last for pretty much every team in elementary school. (By high school I […]

Anjali Forber-Pratt, one of the most interesting women in the world

Dr. Anjali Forber-Pratt is an elite wheelchair racer and Paralympic ambassador. She’s the 2011 World Champion in the 200m, holds two bronze medals from the Paralympic Games in Beijing, China; and now currently Assistant Research Professor at the Beach Center on Disability. You can see an inspiring short film about this incredible woman here. From her blog […]

My New Book: Consumed: A Memoir

Girl meets peanut butter. Girl binges on peanut butter.

Little does girl realize that inside the PB jar is a microcosm of her life.

Written as a first-person memoir, Consumed explores the experience of disordered eating — and the ways in which food both controls and expresses our messy lives.

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We Are Stumptuous — talk lifting and nutrition with other Stumpamaniacs

“Don’t forget about the boys!”

I’ve been getting some great emails from dudes lately. It seems that the Gospel of Stumptuous is spreading far and wide, and the manpeople are also finding it useful.

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