Maybe you’re like me and know how it feels to walk into a gym and have no idea what to do. The equipment, the exercises—it’s intimidating! I don’t think it’s just me: There’s a fear in women when they walk into a training facility and they don’t know where to start, what to do or who to ask for help. You don’t know what’s going to happen if you make a mistake or look silly doing something, or worse, what if you get hurt?
I always felt that way, which is why when I heard about The Modern Woman’s Guide to Strength Training it felt like I finally had someone there to show me what I had to do. It was almost like having my own personal trainer. That’s because Alli McKee and Molly Galbraith from ‘Girls Gone Strong: The Women’s Fitness Authority’ created The Modern Woman’s Guide to Strength Training for women just like me.
What The Modern Woman’s Guide to Strength Training sets out to give you is a way to see yourself building strength and muscle without ever feeling gross about yourself. It’s an image of beauty and strength that comes across as important in this program. Success means showing women that they can lift weights and build strength without worrying about it making them look beefy.
And it’s the kind of program that never feels like it’s talking down to you. It emphasized a safe, injury-free workout, teaching you how to listen to your body to know when something is okay, and when it’s not okay. It’s a confidence builder. It felt so good to feel my body taking shape and growing strong as I followed the videos and material. They’ll let you forget about the numbers and just focus on becoming a stronger, better you. There were diet and nutrition tips, as well as routines especially designed to meet my needs that came with step-by-step instructions. It was over 60 different exercise demonstrations. For a 16-week program, that’s a lot. Better than that, if it doesn’t work out for some reason, there’s a 60-day no questions asked money back guarantee.
The program was created to work in any training environment, whether it’s a gym or even your own home. The results are designed to be the same no matter where you work out. All that you need to do is make sure you have a few different dumbbells or kettlebells and a resistance band (easy – I used my boyfriend’s). It’s a beginner’s program so it won’t make you feel left behind if you’re just starting out with fitness training, but the higher levels will work for women with more experience with women’s fitness programs, too.
The Modern Woman’s Guide to Strength Training videos are in high quality HD, show you how to perform exercises correctly, and allow you to design an exercise routine that is right for your life. And you really feel like you’re a part of the ‘Girls Gone Strong’ community and its vast experience in making so many women healthier and stronger.
Ready to start building your strength today? Click here for more info!
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