Strength Training for Women at Home

updated June 25, 2019

As you may know, I’m a huge proponent of hitting the gym for your strength workouts.

I believe that you will get the best results if you have access to a variety of strength equipment, barbells and dumbbells, like what you see in a typical commercial gym.

For example, two of the most important exercises are the Leg Press and the Lat Pulldown. Both of these moves can only be accomplished in the gym!

I always encourage my clients and followers to join a gym whenever possible.

And…I know that it’s not always possible! So therefore, today I’m bringing you some notes on getting effective strength workouts at home.

Because YES, you can get high quality, great workouts that will build your strength, right from your living room.

Check out this week’s video…

This Week’s Exclusive Content

I’ve created a brand new at-home workout to help you get even stronger!

This new workout is inspired by my super successful 12 week program The Comeback.

So far, nearly 100 women have completed The Comeback and the results have been shocking. Each month I am blown away by the women getting stronger, learner and healthier. It’s truly a world-class program that incorporates what I call the “Trifecta of Body Transformation.”

In order to achieve true body change, it’s important that you have strategic programming for strength, cardio, and nutrition. All three must be addressed in order to truly change your body for good.

Check out this week’s brand new at-home workout below.

>>CLICK HERE for my Get Strong at Home Workout!<<

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Stay strong, friend!

6 replies
  1. Dianne Faherty
    Dianne Faherty says:

    I recently added your at home workout to my 2 days at gym I found the goblet squats very challenging and felt a little sore on front of upper thighs during I am now having lower back stiffness I’m wondering if this could be reason is there another exercise I could do in place of these , and maybe resume these when back heals I felt my form was good but could you please advise
    Thanks

    Reply
    • Holly Perkins
      Holly Perkins says:

      Hi Dianne,
      Thank you for reaching out. Are you experience this with other squat forms as well? If not, then I would suggest switching to body weight s squats until your back pain has resolved, or when you feel strong enough to add more resistance (weights) to your exercises.

      I hope this helps. Please feel free to reach out to me via email if you need a more detailed answer – we can try scheduling a phone call in order to assess more.

      Thank you for the support!

      In Strength,
      Holly

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