By following Learn to Lift at Home or
Learn to Lift at the Gym course, you will…
Put a stop to losing muscle
and get stronger
Instead of continuing to allow your lean muscle mass to decline - as it naturally does as we age
Finally start working your muscles effectively
Stop spinning your wheels in pump and BootCamp classes and start seeing (and feeling) results!
Feel confident working
And that confidence will translate into other areas of your life!
Learn how to do exercises that get results
Rather than doing random workouts that may or may not move the needle)
Understand what to do to build & maintain muscle
And no longer be overwhelmed by the conflicting information online
"Love the way everything was explained in detail including the concept of applying progressive overload to my own training - something I had thought was only for bodybuilders!
The programme is suitable for those who want to know more about lifting weights, for those who have had a little break from the weightroom and also for total beginners."
The LEARN TO LIFT courses include…
Weight Training Program
Your program is the list of exercises to do each session. Choose to train 2, 3, or 4 times/week. Sessions are designed to take 45-60mins.
Explaining how to set up and do each exercise correctly.
Tracking is a key to success! It enables you to ensure you’re applying progressive overload, to remember what you've done in past sessions & to see your progress.
Teaching Videos: Learn it!
All the information you need to get started: How to choose your starting weight, when to increase weights, how to schedule your workouts, and more.
Understand WHY you’re doing what you’re doing: Information about how muscles grow, what’s going on in your body when you lift, and more.
➤ First, I want to remind you that Learn to Lift at Home and Learn to Lift at the Gym are self-study programs to help you get started with weight training and are meant for women who are ready to take this step to improve their fitness and health span.
➤ I’ve put a lot of thought into these course and how best to guide you to get started so that you can start building and maintaining your muscles in an effective and safe way.
➤ After receiving the first module and the weight training program, you’ll have 14 days to go through the materials. If after that you feel that the program is not going to help you to get started with weight training, just be in touch and I will gladly refund you your money.
Is this course suitable for complete beginners? What if I've done some lifting?YES - this course is suitable for complete beginners. That is exactly who this course is for. I know you don't have the time to figure it all out so I give you the program, the instructions on how to do the exercises, PLUS educational videos so you understand what you need to do and why. However, If you do have some experience with weights, that's fine too - the program is such that it is suitable for beginner and intermediate lifters.
I’m not sure I have time to do this program – how much time will it take?I understand that in midlife women are super busy (I'm just the same!), so this course is designed to cut to the chase and give you the information that you need. I want to lower the barrier to entry so you can choose to train 2, 3 or 4 days per week. Each weight training session will take you 45-60 mins. You can also reduce the length of the session by doing fewer sets of each exercise: I recommend 3 sets per exercise, but you can do 2 which cuts the session length considerably.
I am interested in lifting at home, what equipment will I need?I want to lower the barrier for women to start weight training because it's so important for our long-term health and quality of life! So, I have designed the at home training so that you can do it with just dumbbells.
Will you offer the program at this price again?This is a new program which I am offering at a special price for the foundation members. It will never be offered at this low price again. So, if you’ve been thinking about starting weight training, don’t put it off any longer!
What if my gym does not have the equipment needed?I have selected exercises that use equipment found in most weight rooms. If, however, your weight room does not have certain equipment, then just let me know, and we’ll find an alternative for you.
Does the program teach back squats and deadlifts?No. Back squats and classic deadlifts can be a fairly challenging exercises to master depending on your body proportions, and if that is what you want to learn, I suggest you work with an in-person personal trainer who can stand beside you to make sure you’re doing them correctly. Fortunately, there are no must-do exercises! There are so many other exercises which can build and maintain muscle which are less difficult to learn, so I have chosen those.