Steph Gaudreau helps people unleash their inner badasses so they can change the world.
Steph combines a formal education in biology / human physiology (BS Biology—Human Physiology), 12 years of science teaching experience (MA—Education and National Board Certification), holistic nutrition training (Certified Holistic Nutrition Practitioner), and an unabashed love of tasty Paleo food (human with taste buds) on her blog, Stupid Easy Paleo.
Steph’s mission is to provide the most kickass, inspirational strategies for building a stronger body, mind, and spirit.
We partner with WSC because we believe that by helping people get stronger, we help them achieve their full potential. Stupid Easy Paleo’s social mission guides us in supporting organizations that make the world a better place for all people regardless of race, gender or gender expression, ability or age.
I design jewelry that is inspired by the empowerment a woman feels with her fitness.
The pieces are celebrations of your personal achievements. My mission is to create beautiful wearable jewelry that empowers you.
I strive to make pieces that last long in its material and are timeless in its classically modern design.
Beefpuff's mission is to spread the healing power of the barbell.
Through our experiences as strength athletes, we have found self-love and acceptance, and we believe you can, too. At Beefpuff Barbell, we welcome people of all genders, body types, and experience levels to join us in finding their inner and physical strength.
We are a movement to support, encourage, and coach you to discover your best self through strength-training and powerlifting. Check out our website for options for remote powerlifting coaching, programming, and technique assessments.
We challenge the status quo. We break our own trails. We live passionately. We are strong. We are brave. We are Empowered by Iron.
A podcast created for female strength athletes created by female strength athletes, Empowered by Iron is an outlet for women who are finding their confidence, their independence and their strength through iron.
Topics include nutrition, weightlifting, mental health and general female badassery. No B.S., just two women who were Empowered by Iron.