Archives for November 2015

Dynamic Warm-Up Exercise for Upper-Back Mobility

Do you find yourself leaning forward too much during squats or unable to go heavier with deadlifts? Or do you suffer from ongoing neck and shoulder pain? These could all be signs that you lack good upper-back mobility, a common problem for anyone who works at a computer. If your weightlifting warm up amounts to doing a few light sets before your working set, you could be missing out on improved performance, mobility, and injury prevention. But a quick, full {Read More…}

Motivation Minute Ep 11: Releasing Perfectionism and Fear

Welcome! Need a mentor to rock better results with weights and clean eating? If you want even more motivational, lifting, and clean eating resources, plus my muscle-sculpting ebook, sign up for email updates.  Thanks for stopping by! In this week’s video Motivation Minute: One the main reasons we don’t start – or we quit – is because of perfectionism. But perfectionism is just a mask for fear. See how to change your perception and rise to the potential you know you have. {Read More…}

Motivation Minute Ep 10: 2 Ways to Reach Your Full Strength Training Potential

Welcome! Need a mentor to rock better results with weights and clean eating? Stay updated on blog posts and get a copy of my free muscle-sculpting e-book by subscribing. Thanks for stopping by! In this week’s video Motivation Minute: If I could share only TWO WAYS of increasing your strength training potential – and thus your beautiful RESULTS – it would be these. And trust me, they must be pretty important if they’re my top two. Also, check out the links below for more articles on {Read More…}

Changing Your Mind To Build Muscle And Strength

The women I coach almost never see the it coming. They think they’ll change their bodies by following the program I give them, and they’re right. But that only happens after they change their minds. How important are your core attitudes around food and lifting? It’s this simple: If you doubt yourself, you will not build muscle and strength (or lose weight or whatever). If you question whether you can really eat more for muscle without gaining weight, you will never eat enough. If you fear hurting yourself and thus stick with {Read More…}