Strong Women Saturday

At the Female Fitness Academy we are constantly amazed by all of the STRONG WOMEN who cross our paths. We want to recognise and celebrate the achievements of strong women all around the world who inspire other women to challenge themselves and achieve their dreams. We will be featuring an inspiring Strong Women every Saturday and sharing their story.

A Strong Woman is so much more than being able to lift a heavy weight. She respects herself. She is humble, She is balanced. She is determined. She is brave. She loves.

Click on the images below to find out more about these Strong Women.
"To be a strong woman is to realise that you are not better than other women, simply different."
  • Nadia James

    1) Why is it important for you to include exercise in your busy schedule? As a woman running a tech startup on my own I have […]
  • Amy Merrywest

    Amy trained at The London School of Sports Massage in 2010 and started Moaning Cow in 2013, providing mobile massage in her home town in Kent. […]
  • Bonita Norris

    Bonita has climbed the world’s highest mountains, including Mt Everest (aged 22), and skied to the North pole. In 2016 she made an attempt on K2 […]
  • Carley Jones

    Carley Jones, a cross-fit enthusiast who was tired of struggling to eat clean food in a convenient location whilst training, is the founder of the successful […]
  • Erica Hoese

    Erica Hoese (pronounced like hazy) is the creator of the Fit Mom Army. She is based in Minnesota and is on a mission to help 10,000 […]
  • Carly Thompsett

    Carly Thompsett is the founder of the Anaphase Store. Having successfully completed the Princes Trust Enterprise Project she set up her business and this year was […]
  • Ella Rauen-Prestes

    Ella Rauen-Prestes, was born and raised in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. She worked for major Telecom companies for 20 years, living as an expat in America, […]
  • Vicki – Honest Mum

    Vicki is a multi award winning blogger, vlogger and filmmaker. Her bestselling book Mumboss was listed in the tip 10 business books written by women in […]
  • Jenni Hallam

    Jenni is a personal development coach and trainer.. She specialises in career development, with a particular focus on the two ends of the spectrum; senior executives […]
  • Laura Bland

    Laura is a published author, fitness mentor, mum of one and strives to inspire and empower women to be their best. Why is it important for […]
  • Dawn Jackson

    Dawn Jackson is a Holistic Therapist based in Thelwall, Warrington and is also Editor of Rehab for Mums Magazine, an online platform dedicated to the emotional […]
  • Trish Keating

      Trish Keating is the Director of Tech Manchester and an all round lover of al things sport and fitness. Tech Manchester’s vision is to digitally […]
  • Bansi Patel

    Bansi Patel is a Positivity Coach and Author. She’s is a young entrepreneur, who has already achieved so much and has a whole lot more to give. […]
  • Nikki Bradley

    Nikki Bradley was diagnosed with a rare form of bone cancer at sixteen and the receiver of a second hip replacement at the age of twenty […]
  • Dawn-Maria France is an accomplished award-winning journalist and travel writer who is passionate about children’s rights, women’s rights, equality and diversity. Dawn-Maria is the Editor-in-Chief of […]
  • Hiromi Stone

    Hiromi Stone is known as the “Willy Wonka of Nuts”. She is the founder of Kinomi (meaning Nuts in Japanese). Hiromi grew up with a mother who […]
  • Jodie Salt

    Jodie Salt is co-founder of Manchester based company Violet & Charlie, a members club designed to bring like minded women together to make changes to the way […]
  • Puja K McClymont

    Puja is a certified NLP Life & Business Coach working with you to change the way you think so that you are able to improve your […]
  • Eirian Cohen

    Eirian Cohen is an international bestselling author (She Made It Happen) and motivational speaker.  She is the founder of Northern Star Acting and coaches actors and entrepreneurs […]
  • Zoe Thompson

    In 2016, Zoe Thompson placed 2nd in Britain’s Strongest Woman and 9th in Europe’s Strongest Woman Competitions.  For 2 years she was a competitive “strong woman” […]