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Sohee Lee - The Beginner’s Guide To Lifting Weights For Women

Sohee Lee - The Beginner’s Guide To Lifting Weights For WomenHello there and welcome - I’m happy to see you here! I bet you’ve made your way over because, at ...
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Sohee Lee - The Beginner’s Guide To Lifting Weights For Women

Sohee Lee - The Beginner’s Guide To Lifting Weights For Women

Hello there and welcome - I’m happy to see you here! I bet you’ve made your way over because, at some point, you’ve thought about your health and fitness and considered stepping into a gym. Maybe. One day.

I’ve been there, and I’ve felt that anxiety at picking up my first set of weights, not knowing what machine does what, or how much I should be lifting. Are people going to be looking at me and judging?

Sets? Reps? What are those? I hear you.

If you’ve ever felt intimidated at stepping foot into the weights section of the gym, this course is for you.

If you’ve ever looked at a program and wondered if it was written in a foreign language, this course is for you.

If you’ve ever looked longingly at a barbell with the big plates and wished that someday, somehow, you’d be the one lifting it, this course is definitely for you.

Are you ready? Let’s do this together!

I’m on a mission to get dumbbells and barbells into the hands of every woman. I’m creating a movement that will inspire you, empower you, and give even the true beginner the building blocks they need. You’ll learn movement patterns, exercise cues, how to navigate your way around the gym floor, and more. This is the type of information that may take you years in the gym to pick up (and maybe after some misinformation or mishaps along the way). Avoid the confusion and your journey on the right foot with all the information you need right in this course.

Do you hate the treadmill but think it’s the only way to burn calories? Spinning your wheels (literally) at spin class and not seeing an ounce of definition? Don’t get me wrong, running and spinning are great activities, and even better if you truly enjoy them, but cardio alone is highly unlikely to yield the body composition changes that you’re looking for. Whether your goal is to gain muscle, shed body fat, increase strength, or optimize your quality or life, strength training should be a mainstay in your fitness regimen.

See what Sohee has to say about the Beginner’s Guide to Lifting Weights for Women

The Beginner’s Guide to Lifting Weights for Women is going to break down all of the essential information you need to walk in and own your fitness journey. I’ll with a foundation of why you should prioritize strength training. I’ll cover the specific movement patterns, how to use gym equipment, and give you the confidence to walk into ANY gym and execute an effective workout.

Complete with over 60 instructional videos and 600 exercise demos, this course is comprehensive and will give you the knowledge you need.

As a bonus, you will also receive 3 sets of training programs to get you ed. We include a 2 day per week 12-week training schedule for the gym, a 3 day per week 12-week training schedule for the gym, and an additional 4-week home workout program using common household items you probably already have lying around.

Course Curriculum

Welcome to the Beginner’s Guide to Lifting Weights for Women

Introduction

Why strength train?
Learning objectives
Introduction to the Weight Room

Safety first

What’s what in the gym
Gym etiquette
Equipment tips and tricks
Movement Patterns

Elements of a sound program

Squat pattern
Hinge pattern
Bridge pattern
Lateral/rotary pattern
Upper body push pattern
Upper body pull pattern
Core movements
Isolation movements

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