Women in professions demanding high-level physical and mental performance are often lost within standard medical practice because the research behind current standards of care in women’s health are performed on a relatively sedentary population. High-performing women find themselves equally lost in the fitness community because most of the research of high-performing athletes is performed on men. To bridge this gap and speak directly to this under-represented population, a new area of women’s health called Women’s Performance Endocrinology was born.