FitrWoman, the US Women’s National Soccer Team and Ending the Period Taboo
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FitrWoman helps you track your menstrual cycle and provides personalized training and nutritional suggestions tailored to the changing hormone levels throughout your cycle.
No matter what your sport and no matter what your goal, FitrWoman takes the guesswork out of training.
Know when to push harder, when to prioritize recovery and how to optimize your performance in each phase of your cycle.
See nutritional insights, top foods and recipes to help reduce symptoms, fuel your training and support your recovery throughout your cycle.
Get the latest insights on female performance and find out how and why changing hormone levels affect your body throughout your menstrual cycle.
Sync with your Strava account to see your daily activities alongside your menstrual cycle data in FitrWoman.
FitrCoach connects with the FitrWoman App so you can support your athletes during each phase of their cycle
Athletes use FitrWoman to track their periods, report symptoms, log training activity and get nutrition and physiology support during each phase of their cycle.
Find out how the fluctuations in hormone levels influence female physiology so you can maximize every session for every athlete throughout their cycle.
Athletes give permission to share their FitrWoman profiles with you on FitrCoach so you can monitor their status in real-time and plan ahead.
All FitrCoach subscription plans come with a free 7 day trial.
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Everything we do is about helping female athletes be ready to perform. Our team of sports scientists have over 18 years' experience working with elite female athletes. We offer Female Athlete Consultancy Services to individual athletes and teams providing you with immediate access to world-class expertise. Get in touch today to see what we can do for you.
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82% of female athletes reported that they never discussed their menstrual cycle with their coach
‘The FitrWoman app and ethos have helped me both as a doctor and a female to become more aware of, and in tune with, the effects of my training and nutrition on my menstrual cycle.’