"Men are still viewed as the main event. They’re always the last session, so the women will go first. The men have the 'finale,' so to speak. CrossFit is the same way. And it’s kind of like, Ugh why?
And that goes along with sports-wide how women [are treated]. The female football team
doesn’t get as much media attention as the male soccer team, and I think it's just pervasive throughout all of this. To me, it’s kind of boring watching a 300-pound man lift heavy weights, because of course he can! Let's watch the women lift super heavy weights, because that’s a little more rare and interesting to me. It’s tough, because it is obvious [that] people stick around to watch the guys' session. So, the perception of it is that [men are] the real thing, you know? Everything else is the fluff before the main event."