Category Archives: PRs

TRUE LIFE: HOW I BECAME A POWERLIFTER

HOW IT BEGAN Back in December, I was bored with my workouts. That’s when the guys at work approached me about competing in a power lifting meet. I agreed and thought it would be an experience to train for! Something … Continue reading

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TOUGH MUDDER: TOUGH ENOUGH?

…It was definitely tough enough! For those who have no clue what I am talking about, the Tough Mudder is 10-12 mile obstacle courses designed by the British Special Forces to test all around strength, stamina, mental grit, and camaraderie. … Continue reading

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Turkish Get Up

Congrats to Ryan for accomplishing his goal: 32kg TGU! As for me, I completed the 24kg TGU. Still working my way to the 28kg by March! Thanks for watching and stay posted for my 28kg TGU!

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Kettlebell Circuit

Try this kettlebell workout!  Warmup: Foam Roll 4 Part Squat   x10 Spidermans x5 Kettlebell Workout:  Repeat x4 Kneeling Halo x10 Single Arm Swing x10 Double Clean & Press  x5 Enjoy!

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Personal Best

Being a competitive person myself, it is hard for me not to compare myself to other females (or even males) in the strength world. However, there is a difference between being inspired by these strength enthusiasts and getting discouraged. When … Continue reading

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READY…SET…GOALS!!!

Working out every day can be tedious. Go to work, get to the gym, jump on the treadmill, jump off the treadmill, check yourself out in the mirror, head to the weights, work the same routine, and maybe even go … Continue reading

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Kettlebell Work

Due to my minor running “setback” that is causing me to stay off the streets of Boston, I have focused my attention on working with kettlebells. I have worked briefly with them this summer at Athletic Evolution, where I learned … Continue reading

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