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What Fitness Aspirations Do You Have?

Listen up. If I can get strong and my hundreds and hundreds of students can. Many starting at rock bottom, now at the top of their game…. YOU CAN TOO!!!!  

Leave a comment or question or your goal below. If you’re too shy send me a DM.
Reminder… I was a super late bloomer. I was NOT a gymnast, as I’ve been asked many times lately.

I actually laugh because I didn’t begin discovering true strength, until I dove in to Kettlebell training in my 20’s. Despite multiple pregnancies and C sections, I didn’t let that stop me from safely moving forward.
I didn’t have a nanny, family near by to help with the kids, I ran my own business, and have been through many set backs in my life, that stopped me dead in the tracks with training. It wasn’t this seamless upward progression.

I had to start over again more times than I’d like to admit. Truth??? The basics have SAVED me. The basics allowed me to have mental/physical life set backs and restart without overwhelm.

Just in the last few years, I started becoming more interested in ring training as well, which forced me to really pay attention to mobility work.

The point is… if I can do this, so can you. Diving deep in to the “boring” mobility world has been the real ga me changer. I don’t find it boring but many do and it’s why this important piece of the puzzle is ignored. Leave a comment or a question as to what you’d like to see.

Being 43 and having ALOT on my plate, time is not on my side. I don’t spend hours training. That’s why having movement “snacks” are also a game changer.

Dive into the basics and your body and mind will thank you.

So lay it on me. If it’s in my expertise zone, I will share tips and ways to get you to where you want to be! I'll show you the road to get on.
Best time is NOW And if you just don’t know… take a leap and join my free 21 Day Squat Challenge here if you haven't already done so... We start 1/1/23 TOGETHER.


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