We love to lift! We love focusing on what our body can do and how it makes us feel. For women who lift, setting performance related goals go hand in hand. It’s quite “normal” when we get into lifting to not be super clear on what we want to achieve. It can be a case of “I don’t know what
If it’s not already blatantly obvious…… We love to lift. Our preferred training style is lifting all the things. We like a bit of conditioning thrown in, we respect and include a bit of cardiovascular activity but we looooove to pick things up and put them down. When it comes to getting stronger there has to be an element of
Training has its good days and it’s not so good days. As women we can often feel fluctuations in our training from week to week. This can be anything from a decrease in strength, to our mood to our energy levels. It can sometimes fly under the radar and be brushed off as a bad night sleep or busy lifestyle.
Contrary to what we see all over our news feeds, you DO NOT have to have a goal all of the time. You DO NOT have to be chasing big audacious achievements all the time. You can train for the love of moving.You can train because it feels good.You can train without having any targets, mini milestones along the way.You
Listening to what our bodies need Bringing awareness to how our bodies have been feeling and making adjustments has been the real MVP over the last 5 months. It has been a big eye opener for many of us during this time. We have all felt the fatigue. The compromised recovery, the mental cloudiness, the tired body to match. Confused