I love Girls Gone Strong. Not just the group of women that co-founded it, including yours truly, but I love the message the group embodies and delivers.
We encourage and portray strength – yes, physically, but also mentally.
Being a Girl Gone Strong, or even a Beautiful Badass, does not require a woman to fit a specific mold in regards to how she trains or looks.
We Celebrate Strength, in all of it’s forms.
There isn’t one specific picture or act that demonstrates strength. Everyone is different and has a unique approach.
Some women train with kettlebells, others use solely bodyweight exercises, some perform strongman lifts, and still many others train primarily with dumbbells and barbells, or any combination imaginable.
This post is about celebrating strength in all of it’s forms – bodyweight training, barbell lifts, kettlebells, and anything else.
This post is about what we can do with our bodies and focusing on the positive aspects of physical fitness.
It is not about fitting some “ideal” physical standard as determined by society or any other popular group.
Before we get to the videos, I will ask that you keep all comments about form and technique to yourself. This post is not about critiquing form or even giving tips. This is about celebrating strength, and nothing else.
Let’s Celebrate Strength!
I want to thank all of the ladies who contributed to this post and showing their own unique strength.
Keep this in mind when you train – celebrate your strength!
Now . . . it’s YOUR turn! Start celebrating YOUR strength in whatever what you choose to express it!
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