Have you ever wondered why coaches go into such great detail on their demo videos explaining how to do each movement correctly AND encourage their clients to send videos for feedback?

Having good form while you lift is important. Like, really important.

When you’re not performing an exercise correctly, you will not see results as quickly. Our program is specifically designed to build shape and strength in the areas that women want and need most. When you perform an exercise incorrectly, you often will be using the wrong muscles altogether and put yourself at risk for injury.

For example, someone who is squatting too high is not fully activating their hamstrings, adductors, and glutes. Similarly, someone performing a shoulder side lateral with bad posture could be using the muscles in their neck and traps rather than the shoulders.

Using good form means getting the most out of your workout. Who wouldn’t want that?


A common misconception for women is that doing high reps and more cardio are the essentials for changing their bodies. In actuality, focusing on getting stronger through weight training will be what creates the most noticeable results in the shortest amount of time.

We aren’t saying just haphazardly throw as much weight on the bar that you can, but you should be challenging yourself and methodically working on lifting heavier and improving your form each week.

The bottom line is, strength is the foundation of all fitness goals whether you are trying to get toned, boost metabolism, or anything in between!


We have helped hundreds of women see results in their body and strength that they never thought possible without encountering injuries. Proper form is the key to maintaining this track record.

With improper form, you risk straining/injuring your body rather than training it. One thing is for sure, you are not going to see results if you are sidelined with a frustrating injury.

Some lifters will need to take their weight down a bit, in the beginning, to set good habits before they work on adding weight. It can be a hit to the ego at first, but you will get so much stronger and see results faster if you take the time to establish a solid foundation from the start.

Are you filming your compound lifts?

We know you are working and doing your best, but it’s just a fact that even the most elite athletes have coaches and apply feedback to improve their performance.

We challenge you to film yourself this week to ensure that you are making the most of your efforts!




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