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Training Smarter versus Harder

Just pondering on how lucky I feel to have found “smart” training, versus “hard” training. My body, along with most of my clients bodies, have responded VERY well… to the point that people stop them all the time and ask them how they look so strong and young!



Yeah none of us have to kill ourselves in our sessions. In fact half the time we don’t even get sore. We have energy all day for the rest of the stuff we need to handle in life. 


In all honesty 


I don’t do “cardio”.

I don’t track my food.

I train in a Zen mode a few times a week and have a very minimalistic approach. Like VERY minimal! 

I do put sleep as a priority in my life which is a big part of how one responds. 


People assume I workout all day long. When in fact I barely train. 


My days are spent training others, designing programs, raising kids, keeping a house hold together, and taking care of my 400+ members in Lauren’s Playground and On The Edge Fitness.


I also now have time for friend meet ups, fun activities, and creativity. 


At almost 43 years old and working out less than I ever have, it’s truly about “smarter” training for your body… NOT HARDER.



This is why Lauren’s Playground & On The Edge Fitness class students are in literally the best shape, the strongest, most resilient body they’ve ever had in all their years.


I can’t wait to feature one of my amazing students to show you the magic of minimal smart training.


I’m opening my membership on Tuesday so you can see the power and be a part of this amazing community. 


Message me directly at kbellqueen@me.com to get on the waiting list if you’re ready to train smarter versus harder! 





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