Female athletes are absolutely done asking nicely for the equality, my God, they were promised this nearly 50 years ago when Title IX became the law of the land, WTF is now officially an all-out roar.

We all have recently seen the U.S. Women’s National Hockey Team and the U.S. women’s national soccer team demand equal compensation and resources. Serena Williams proved that motherhood, definitely doesn’t mean she’s out of the game, mean-while, Venus Williams fought for equal pay for women in Grand Slam titles. These two amazing athletes are truly some of the ammunition for women health fitness and equality in all women’s sports.



Adidas guaranteed that the winning female athletes would get bonuses equal to the men in this pass summer’s World Cup. CBS signed a landmark deal to cover the WNBA. Notre Dame women’s basketball coach Muffet McGraw announced she’ll hire only female coaches ( we have seen the first female NFL and NBA coaches). Pay was equalized for the female surfers in the World Surf League. We have also had the pleasure to view the Aurora Games, a first-of-its-kind, world-class all-women competition and festival, August 20, 2019, my friends the list goes on.

Check this out, a whopping record 43 percent of all athletes are women, we are also seeing a major shift in sporting brands getting behind women health fitness, these remarkable athletes are putting their money where their mouth is, says Nicole M. LaVoi, PhD, the director of the Tucker Center for Research on Girls & Women in Sport. However, there’s still a lack of visibility, Women’s sports only receive 2 to 4 percent of media coverage, ( and that is BS in my opinion ). It is part of the reason girls are two to three time more likely than boys to just drop out of sports between the 8th and 12th grade, this is per research from the Women’s Sports Foundation (WSF).



Publicity provides, role models for young girls-they want to be the next Serena Williams, the next Abby Wambach, you have to see it to be it, to understand that it is opportunity out there for you. Now, a class of women health fitness is not only stepping up to illustrate to kids what they can become, but using their platforms to battle for a better experience by the time those girls even begin to set foot on the playing field. As athletes like Olympic gymnast Champion marathoner, Aly Raisman Allie Kieffer, and two-time Olympic soccer gold medalist Wambach continue raising their voices loudly, their messages are empowering many other women to speak up, creating a powerful movement that will not, and can not simply be tossed in the shadows.




In May,  200 of the very best women’s hockey players announced they will be boycotting all the games until the National Women’s Hockey League gives them the long overdue pay and resources that they all deserve. By having no health insurance and making as low as $2,000 a season means players can’t adequately train at the highest level, the Professional Women’s Hockey Players Association wrote in a group, statement.



We’re in a major moment right now for women in general, says Wambach, who authored the recent Wolfpack: How to come together, Unleash Our Power, and Change the Game. And Weightlifting For A Beautiful World, believes equality in all sports plays a very important role in the greater conversation concerted equality for all women. We tip our hats with a warm heart to the W.S.F. and to all females in sports.






May you be always in good health, humbly yours Paul Earl.


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  1. Thank you very much for this post, it is so disheartening to note that in our present world female althetes are not treated same way as men, in terms of resources and even funding. What the US national female soccer team did in the just concluded world cup is a welcome decision to me, women have to stand up and fight for what is theirs just like Serena and Venus has done in time past. 

    1. Good evening Charles, this article became very personal to me after my research. I was extremely upset from my discoveries. These females are excellent athletes, they have proven it time after time, and yet they’re being paid peanuts, and weightlifting for a beautiful world opinion is, this is a bunch of crap. And we here at weightlifting for a beautiful world stand side-by-side with all female athletes. We thank you for visiting us and we hope that you will visit again, if it’s ever anything we can do for you please reach out to us. May you be always in good health, humbly yours Paul Earl.

  2. I believe these sport women deserves as much compensation as every male athlete gets. We all know how tirelessly these women work just to be on the stage where they are now, and getting them the right compensation they need would be a very nice idea as younger female who have interest I’m the sport will be encouraged to do better and get out there to do their thing. For me they all deserve and equal right as the male athletes. Best regards

    1. Good evening Chloe, weightlifting for a beautiful world agrees with you 1000%, we stand by all female athletes, the way that our female athletes are being treated is disgraceful, in every way. When my team and I researched this information we were indeed shock. As always we thank you for visiting weightlifting for a beautiful world, and remember if it’s anything at all that we can do for you please contact us. May you be always in good health, humbly yours Paul Earl.

  3. This was a great read!  Thank you for researching this and putting it all together for your audience!  I like how you’re empowering women – I admire your courage!  Interesting also to me were your tests for strength and flexibility!  My husband was extremely curious as to what I was just doing a moment ago!  (My scores weren’t that stellar, so I’ll be working on that!)  I really enjoyed this article; thank you for writing it.  Blessings!!

    1. Good evening Happier, thank you for your kind words, you brings joy to my heart. You’re quite welcome my dear friend, the bottom line is, myself and my team of weightlifting for Beautiful World, Stand side-by-side with all female athletes, it hurts our hearts to see the way that these outstanding athletes are being treated, when there are some of the best athletes on this planet,  it is a disgrace to the World of Sports. You are quite welcome, we sincerely do all that we can together the necessary information to help everyone to remain healthy and become healthy, we are dedicated to this cause. We thank you for visiting weightlifting for a beautiful world, and if it’s anything that we can do for you please contact us. May you be always in good health, humbly, yours Paul Earl.

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