There’s something huge going on, and the momentum is ever increasing with no end in sight.
The Beautiful Badass Revolution is in full-swing and some incredible women are leading the way armed with barbells, kettlebells, dumbbells, and an unparalleled passion for training hard, eating smart, and becoming the best THEM possible with simple, no nonsense workouts and nutrition principles that can be sustained long-term.
Beautiful Badasses on the Lift Like a Girl Facebook Page were presented with the following sentence:
You know you’re a Beautiful Badass when . . .
And they were asked to fill in the blank. I kicked it off with, “. . . you start warming up for deadlifts and a guy asks if he can join in. As your warm-ups get … Click to continue reading
Last week you were presented with Part 1 of Beautiful Badass Pillars – The Sane and Simple Way to Build a Better Body. If you haven’t checked that out yet, I highly recommend you do so before continuing with Part 2.
Here are the remaining seven Beautiful Badass Pillars.
8. Use Eating Patterns that Work for YOU
I’m a huge advocate of doing what works best for you, and what fits your personality and lifestyle. No two people are the same, and therefore no single nutrition strategy will work for everyone. Well, one method may work for everyone, but everyone may not enjoy it and find it easy to maintain long-term.
In fact, my good friend and fellow GGS co-founder, Jen Keck, compiled a list … Click to continue reading
Today I am going to share an article I originally wrote for my friend JC Deen’s website. I’ve tweaked a few things since that article debuted late last year, but the main concept is still there – showing you how you can spend the least amount of time in the gym without sacrificing results.
There is a devastating plague that’s infiltrated the world of women’s strength training, and I’m not just talking about the foolish “light weight and high rep” recommendations touted in fitness magazines and on the internet. No, what I’m referring to are the marathon workouts performed multiple days per week with the primary goal being to achieve as much fatigue as possible and leave the trainee writhing on … Click to continue reading