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LWF Challenge Workout: The Jack and Jill

This week’s Lift Weights Faster Challenge Workout is going to hit you in all the right places — the core, legs, and shoulders are on blast with this one. To really target the core? Hold steady. During the Bodyweight Knee-To-Elbow Plank, imagine you’ve got a bowl of water balanced on the small of your back and […]

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LWF Challenge Workout: The Big 10

Today’s challenge workout is a descending ladder — every movement is going to stay at 10 reps for each round, except the Hand-Release Pushups, which will decrease by one rep on each round. The hand-release pushups start at 10 reps for the first round and work down to one rep, for a total of ten rounds. […]

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LWF Challenge Workout: The Fabulous 40

Today’s challenge workout is a special one for two reasons: The first reason is because it’s my debut on camera for the weekly workout challenge!  You’re going to be seeing more and more of me and I can’t wait to keep bringing you these workout challenges and interacting with you on the Lift Weights Faster […]

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LWF Challenge Workout: The Spark

This week’s challenge workout comes to you from Cardigan Mark, coach at The Movement Minneapolis. Mark is unlike anyone I have ever met and I mean that in the best, most complimentary way possible :). He is a wizard when it comes to getting your body moving well and your soul shining. I won’t go […]

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LWF Challenge Workout: The Back and Forth

This week’s challenge workout focuses on unilateral exercises, movements where one limb is working independently of the other. Something we all need to get strongerrrr at! To keep things simple and effective, choose one set of dumbbells for the Renegade Rows and Reverse Lunges and pay special attention to the “each side” and “total” reps […]

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Action Over Angst

I am most of my friends’ and clients’ least favorite person to complain to, because I have a near-zero tolerance for it. In the vast majority of cases, I believe action wins out over angst, and so the first question out of my mouth is usually, “So what are you going to do about it?” […]

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