on Tuesday, April 5, 2011in Plans & Programs
One of the questions I’m asked quite often here at WorkoutBOX is whether or not our programs are specific to women. It’s a valid question, and one that in my opinion is brought to light thanks mostly to marketing.
So what’s the story? Should programs be designed for a certain gender, or is this simply yet another myth we need to bust?
The answer may surprise you…
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Now as a disclaimer, we do have a whole section of free workouts categorized as women’s workouts. Why? SEO! We pull in LOADS of traffic from this keyword! But we DO say that this is because women typically have different goals than men, so hopefully this helps dispel the myth from the get-go.Found this post useful and want more? Subscribe to our Blog feed
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