Minimalist Strength Training

Want a minimalist approach to strength training? ⠀ Are you looking for ways to… ⠀ 1. Improve your posture 2. Improve your cardiovascular efficiency 3. Improve your relationship with your health ⠀ This is what I’m passionate about! ⠀ Maybe…

Minimalist Strength Training

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Want a minimalist approach to strength training?

Are you looking for ways to…

1. Improve your posture
2. Improve your cardiovascular efficiency
3. Improve your relationship with your health

This is what I’m passionate about!

Maybe you just want to do a little bit more than you were doing before.

Maybe you aren’t interested in a huge commitment to strength training?

Maybe you find the fitness world intimidating, and out of reach.

The good thing is that you don’t need to spend hours and hours on fitness.

It can be simple.

Super friendly!

Enjoyable.

Easy.

Accessible.

This is why I’m here. I want to invite you into your own strength, in an approachable, friendly, and mindful manner.

Something as simple as a kettlebell carry is truly enough.

We do need to stimulate our muscle tissue, if we have the intention to age as gracefully as we can.

And we can do it gently, mindfully, and progressively.

This three point carry (also known as the waitress walk) shown above, is one of my go to exercises.

And all you need is one kettlebell.

Perhaps now is the time for you to consider some light strength training.

Try this waitress walk with any object you have handy.

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