Holistic Fat Loss: Is It More Effective?

Getting lean and strong means taking a holistic approach!

Women don’t want slim without strong any longer. They know that a tight, shapely body and strength and conditioning are a result of a holistic approach: Eating wholesome, nutritious foods in the right amounts Moving more and lifting weights Rocking a positive mindset This is the lifestyle that results in a smokin’ hot, energized body. It’s sustainable and delivers results. But very few programs address all three of these components for fat loss. That’s why today I’m answering frequently asked questions about LEAN AND STRONG, my online training group {Read More…}

4 Tips for EASY Lifestyle Changes

Now Enrolling!Click Here to RegisterLEAN AND STRONGan online training group for women Learn More Sitting in the middle of muckety muck: That’s how it feels when you’re struggling to eat a healthier diet. You can see your diet weaknesses and may even know how to fix them, but you can never move forward. Why is it so hard to make diet changes and how can you eat healthier for the smokin’ body you want? When I begin Lean and Strong, my online training group for women, I ask {Read More…}

Building Muscle for Women: A Fierce Def FAQ

Building muscle for women

Experienced women lifters have unique needs. You can be a seriously fierce woman in the weight room and still not ever achieve the muscle definition you want. That’s why today I’m answering frequently asked questions about building muscle for women in Fierce Definition, my unique 12-week online group training program for experienced lifters. Fierce Def begins September 2nd! I’m so pumped to mentor this motivated group of savvy women lifters. Check out these FAQs to see what it’s all about. Why is Fierce Def so unique? {Read More…}

Training Tweaks for More Muscle Definition

Tweaks for More Muscle Definition

Do you ever look back at photos of yourself from a few years ago? Your photos tell the whole story of how you were training, how you were eating, and what your priorities were at any given time. They tell you whether you’re making progress at a snail’s pace or rocking freaking awesome results right up to this moment. It can be painful to look back. Check out these two unaltered photos of yours truly, taken four years apart: Here’s what I see in {Read More…}

Your Training Year: Looking Back Before You Look Ahead

Tracking my glute growth this year

Heads up! My Friday Roundup Feature is moving to my newsletter subscribers only. This week I’ll be sharing the Best of 2013 and why I don’t agree with the experts about several major issues. Sign up to be a part of the updates! Does it make you squirm trying to remember the details of where you started last year with your goals? If so, I’m curious about that. It’s a little uncomfortable, isn’t it… you’ve increased your strength (or muscle, {Read More…}

Friday Roundup: Is Designing Your Own Training Program Safe?

This is just ONE way to design a training program.

In this week’s roundup I’m answering a reader question that relates to last week’s article, Exercising vs. Training Programs. As a sidenote, this weekly feature will soon move to my subscriber newsletter. In coming months I’ll also be creating valuable podcasts and videos for subscribers. So if you haven’t already, be sure to enter your name and best email in the green box to the right. Now on to the insightful question asked by Kathleen: “Hey Suzanne! Thanks for this great {Read More…}