Archives for December 2016

2 Essential Techniques For Getting Back To Your Workouts

For most people, it’s not if you’ll fall off your workouts, it’s when. Believe it or not, it’s not an indictment on your character – it just is. But getting back to your workouts needs attention, just like anything else you want to happen in your life. We tend to think of our workouts as a luxury or “add-on” in our lives. So they’re the first things to go when life gets busy. That’s a reason for falling off, but what’s the solution? {Read More…}

How Fit Women Can Counterattack Midlife Weight Gain

Hey there. It’s me, badass midlife woman lifter. But I’m not pretending to have the perfect body. Midlife weight gain is stalking me like an ambush predator. It’s been like a surprise attack to see my waistline suddenly (it seems) increase by an inch, then again by a half inch. I might add that I remain active and haven’t changed how I eat. Fortunately, I still feel like I “look good.” But I want to wear what I used to {Read More…}

How to Use Warm-Up Sets For Big Lifts

Last week I talked about liberating myself from self-imposed, rigid mandates that have bogged down my blog. So I’m kicking off my more relaxed approach with a topic you don’t read about very often: Using warm-up sets to your advantage, instead of letting them ruin your progress. Recently, I was checking in with one of my long-time online clients (who is a badass woman lifter, I might add). While reviewing her workout logs, I noticed that she wasn’t exactly sticking to {Read More…}