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Weights4Women App


Good morning Fondues!

Sorry I haven’t posted in a few days, last week I launched my new Weights4Women App and all my time and energy went into promoting that.

The first app I launched in January was the 15 Minute Fat Loss App – 4, 15 minute HIIT circuits that are designed to target different areas of the body while keeping you in the fat burning zone.

The Fat Loss app did so well and helped so many people out that I was finally able to convince the app guys to let me do what I’ve always wanted to – a weight lifting app for women.

For the last 3 years I’ve been getting emails and messages every single day from women who understand how important resistance training, weight lifting in particular, is when it comes to changing their bodies. However, the majority feel a bit lost in the weights section of the gym, not entirely sure what exercises to do for which body parts, and how exactly they should look and feel whilst doing them.

The weight lifting app shows you, visually, exactly how to perform each and every exercise I do – from squats to deadlifts, pull ups and triceps dips, shoulder raises and more.

There are written descriptions beneath every demo, explaining why you are doing the exercise and how it should be done.

There is also audio, a Form Buddy that vocally explains how to do the exercise.

There are 5 body parts and training days to choose from – lower body, back, abs, shoulders, chest and arms.

For anyone who has ever wanted to lift but doesn’t really know how, for those who cannot afford a PT every time they want to learn some new exercises, or for those who simply want to try out a new lifting programme, this app is a dream come true.

I make a point to say this a lot because I think it’s so important with all the know-nothing-crap floating around out there nowadays – I write, perform, record and structure every single piece of training and nutrition advice I put out there. From the apps to my online plans, my social media posts and the articles I write.

If you want to train properly, I cannot recommend these apps enough – obviously, because I produced them!

UPDATE

Currently, I’m not in aesthetic shape. Don’t get me wrong, I train every day and more recently my diet has finally been on point, but this was after a few weeks of wishy washy cheat filled food.

I’ve been trying to get my diet back on track lately as I have a holiday coming up, so I’m doing my Fat Loss App every morning and my Weights4Women app every evening, avoiding cheats and tracking all my food again.

I’ll be recording my progress as always on here and on my social media, so join in with me if you need some motivation or guidance.

Happy lifting!


1 Comment on Weights4Women App

  1. Lucy Ramseyer

    Absolutely love this. Have always felt a little intimidated in the weights area of the gym because I wasn’t confident in what I should be doing and how. This solves all of those issues and now I get excited about going to the gym to lift. Genius!!

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