How Nutrition Helped This 40-Year-Old Mom of Three Crush a Bikini Competition

After a four-year hiatus, Annette Milbers stepped on stage and won the whole thing. Here’s how she did it.

How This Paralympian Found Her Purpose

After losing her arm in an ATV accident, Megan Absten re-gained her power on the track.
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How Trying to Lose Weight Changed My Perspective

What happens when a personal trainer and fitness model abandons her healthy lifestyle for four months? How putting on pounds has changed her approach to weight loss forever.
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“I’m Dreaming Bigger Than I Ever Have Before.”

https://www.strongfitnessmag.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/08/Katie-Bolden.jpg Written by Chelsea Clarke  |  Lead photo by David Ford Photography The weight was a symptom. Katie Bolden had a host of other symptoms too, but...
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How This Corporate Mom Built An Empire

https://www.strongfitnessmag.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/06/Liz-Cort-White-Blazer.png Liz Cort was living the life she thought she was supposed to. After graduating college with an MBA in business entrepreneurship, she landed a...

No Mountain High Enough

https://www.strongfitnessmag.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/04/MarinMinamiya_Everest.png Written by Mikaila Kukurudza  |  Photos courtesy of UNIQLO “While I was falling off the mountain, I screamed, ‘Please God, I don’t want to die...
Tiphany Adams

“My Accident Pushed Me To My Purpose”

Tiphany Adams takes nothing for granted, knowing that gratefulness got her to where she is today. Finding her life’s purpose, and the healing process that resulted from a tremendous loss, made her exactly what she was always meant to be: unstoppable.

The Homefront Battle

At just 20 years old, Kerri Kienzle left home and joined the Navy. Her first few years were spent working 10-hour days aboard a ship with almost no communication with friends and family back home.

Amna Al Haddad is Raising the Bar

As the first Emirati Hijabi woman to go to the Olympic weightlifting qualifiers, and the only Muslim woman to compete in headdress, Amna Al Haddad has become something she never had: a role model.

Born to Run

After a successful track career, four-time Olympic gold medalist Sanya Richards Ross prepares to lace up one last time in Rio.

Cancer Saved Me

Once she beat cancer, there wasn't anything she couldn't do.
Molly Galbraith

“I’m not interested in changing how my body looks.”

After years of struggling with her weight, Molly Galbraith is on a mission to help women love their bodies.
Krystal Cantu

“CrossFit saved my life.”

Written by Kasia Wind  |  Lead Photo by Rocky Lozano  |  Squatting Photo by Jerry Cantu After a car accident took Krystal Cantu’s right arm,...

Becoming a Badass

Written by Tiffany Gaston, Fitness Personality, Author & Model  |  Lead Photo by James Patrick For as long as I can remember, I’ve had...

Cover Athlete Insider: Candice Keene

Since she stepped on stage for the first time in 2008, Candice Keene has been pretty much killing it. Now, the IFBB Pro and...

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