Attention ladies who know you need strength training but don’t know how to begin.

  Looking to begin or enhance your strength training routine with a nutrition plan? 

Join our exclusive Small Group Strength Training Nutrition and Fitness Plan now! ?

Our program offers the perfect combination of expert guidance in strength training exercises and nutrition guidance & coaching to help you achieve your fitness goals faster than ever!

Gain strength and see real results through our carefully designed progressive weekly strength training workouts, I will show you proper techniques, help you build strength, and increase your overall fitness level.

Joining our small group setting means you’ll receive the attention and support you need with daily whats app support, a weekly face to face small group community workout and live coaching with twice weekly follow up live stream coaching.  You’ll have access to personalised feedback, encouragement, and a community of like-minded individuals who will motivate and inspire you throughout the journey.

Limited spots available, so don’t miss out! Sign up now and take the next step toward reaching your fitness goals. Together, we’ll make your strength training routine more effective and enjoyable than ever before.


Duration: WEEKLY/DAILY 4 WEEKPLAN Every Sunday 9 am – 10.15 am but looking to start a weekday class too.

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When it comes to strength training for women, there are several common myths that have been perpetuated over the years. Let’s debunk some of these myths and set the record straight:

  1. Myth: Strength training will make women bulky.
    Fact: Strength training alone will not cause women to become bulky. Women have lower testosterone levels compared to men, which is a hormone that contributes to muscle growth. Instead, strength training helps women develop lean muscle, enhance definition, and achieve a toned physique.
  2. Myth: Women should focus on cardio for weight loss, not strength training.
    Fact: While cardio exercises are great for burning calories, strength training plays a crucial role in weight loss and body composition. It helps increase muscle mass, which in turn boosts metabolism and leads to enhanced calorie burning, even at rest. Combining strength training with cardio creates a well-rounded approach for sustainable weight loss.
  3. Myth: Women should stick to lighter weights and high reps for toning.
    Fact: The key to toning is building lean muscle, and this requires challenging the muscles. Women can and should lift heavier weights to stimulate muscle growth effectively. Gradually increasing the resistance over time promotes strength gains and muscle definition.