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🌱 Rest Days are Growth Days

Rest days lead to gains It's tempting to start your training journey and think, I'm going to train EVERY DAY. Workouts lead to gains, so the more you train, the more you grow, right? Not exactly. Training breaks down your body, then rest days allow you to grow, adapting to

🌱 Rest Days are Growth Days
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🌱 Training during Travel

Should you workout on vacation? Long story short, it depends on what you enjoy doing, and if your goals require it. Taking a week off isn't going to kill your strength gains. You should train on vacation if... * If you want to. * If your goals require it. If you're competing

Me doing a handstand in Hawaii on my honeymoon
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🌱 3 Ways to Make Workouts Fun

It's easier to stay consistent with workouts when you enjoy them. We do things we like often. It makes sense. Whether you love going into your workouts or need a gentle nudge, here are 3 ways to make training funner. 1: Train Towards Your Goal It's easier to show up

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🌱 A Full-Body Strength Workout

A Full-Body Strength Workout Today is a full-body dumbbell strength workout. It'll include a warmup, the workout details, and demo videos of the movements linked! It should take around 45 Min to complete. Most movements call for 12 reps, with a moderate weight that should feel like a 6 out

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🌱 Training Towards Your Goals

Train to Get Results The key to getting results is to do workouts that align with your goals. That might sound obvious, but it's easy to get thrown off track by random instagram workouts, or workouts that don't actually lead to your goal. While the process of working out might

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🌱 3 Classic Fitness Myths

Exercise science has grown over the years. As we learn more, we use more effective ways to reach our goals. What used to be common knowledge, might now be learned to be ineffective. Here are 3 classic fitness myths and what you can do to learn from them! Myth #1:

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🌱 Mindful Training

Mindful training At the beginning of your fitness journey, going through the motions is important. It's all about learning how to move and navigate through workouts. The practice of training is a learned skill. Getting through the beginning phases of learning to train starts with being mindful. Mindful training means

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🌱 Strength First

Start with Strength When it comes to your fitness journey, I recommend starting with strength-training before prioritizing conditioning training. While there isn't anything wrong with starting with conditioning, starting with strength saves time because you build a foundation first. What I mean when I say Strength Training: * Training muscles in

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🌱 Why I Train

We're at newsletter 50! If you've been here the whole time, I'm truly grateful. I've been thinking a ton about the fitness journey, who I serve best, and the results I bring to the table. Because of that, I wanted to share the reason I train, and what inspire growth

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🌱 Measuring Progress Pt. 2

When programming workouts, I look at previous weights, reps, and movements to make sure we're getting stronger, building endurance, and/or moving to your goals at the right pace. Last week's weekly was more about progressive data "How to Know You're Progressing." This week, I talk about the other not-so-concrete