What will you BUILD in 2022? Will it be things that build you up or tear you down? Will you build sustainable habits or will you do more quick fixes that are unsustainable? Will it be… Unsustainable health changes More fear of food More obsessive fitness regimens More discorded eating patterns More banned food groups More dieting. More quick fixes … Read More
7 Strength Training Habits for Women Who Lift the Things!
1. Get your warm-up in before you start lifting. It doesn’t have to be too long. Do 3-5 rounds of some dynamic warm-up drills and then hit the iron. This will prep you for your lifts, bring your core temp up, prevent injury, warm-up your joints, and get your mind ready for your training session. 2. Track your workouts! So … Read More
5 ways to make your workouts more challenging!
There’s a shortage of equipment, at least in the stores, during this Corona Situation. Gyms are still closed – sad 🙁 face right, of course for very good reason – for the CORONAVIRUS, in my Cardi B voice! Let’s flatten this curve, sooner rather than later!! All of us meatheads are missing the iron though – well, at least the … Read More
Fitness Friday: Single Dumbbell Smackdown
I’m out in Cali visiting my bestie, and we love training together. So, what we do, we get a quickie sweat session right in her backyard with one Dumbbell! Try this workout and let me know how it goes. We really loved it! ** 3-5 Rounds or Set your timer for 20-30 minutes and complete as many rounds as possible … Read More
5 Bodyweight Strength Training Workouts
Need some Total Body Minimal Equipment workouts during this trying time?! I got you, STRONG friend! Or if you… Don’t know where or how to get started with strength training, I’ve got you covered. Start right where you are, with your body weight for resistance. Master the basic movements such as squats, pull-ups, inverted rows, hinging push-ups, to name just … Read More
How to Hip Hinge! Trainer Tip Tuesday
How to Hip Hinge! #TrainerTipTuesday Hey guys, today I want to teach you how to do a hip hinge, which is necessary for several strength building movements. Some of those strength building movements are deadlifts – all variations, good mornings, and kettlebell swings – contrary to popular belief, the swing is not a squat to a front raise. The KB … Read More