“I want to get stronger but I don't know how! I’m new to the weight room and find it intimidating.”
You want to get stronger but you find the weights area in the gym intimidating and you are nervous about injuring yourself.
You are either new to strength training or you have tried to do some in the past but you don’t feel confident enough in your technique or your knowledge to train on your own.
You want to learn good technique and know exactly what to do in the gym to get the results you want. You want to feel confident in your lifting and know what to do to keep progressing.
“I love lifting weights but I really need help with the Olympic lifts. I haven’t had enough time and coaching to learn the technique properly.”
You want to learn or improve your olympic lifting: the snatch and the clean and jerk. You may be doing Crossfit, a sport or just interested in adding olympic lifting to your training.
You want a confidence-building experience where you learn the movements properly and at a pace that suits you.
You need dedicated time to master the technique under the eye of an experienced weightlifting coach.
"I need expert help with my weight training. I want to make sure I am using correct technique and the right approach for my goals.”
You’re worried that your technique and training isn’t good enough and you want to address any weaknesses or issues, making yourself bulletproof for whatever challenge you want to take on.
You are committed to working one-to-one with an expert to build a solid foundation of strength and confidence in yourself.
You may have an upcoming challenge or sporting event to prepare for which will mean you need to step up your game.
Sally’s tips to overcome common concerns and objections women have to lifting heavy weights, including the belief that lifting weights will make you look big and bulky, fears about being too weak and lack of interest in ‘bodybuilding’ type exercises. Read More
In this video, Sally explains how to use resistance bands to do pull ups and what types of band you should use. Read More
Sally gives her performance advice for going heavy on squats.
In this video Sally gives you three ways to get deeper in your squat. These are all tips you can try right away – you don’t have to spend time improving mobility first. Read More
In this video Sally shows you how to power clean with correct weightlifting technique.
The power clean movement is broken down into clear, simple drills so that you can learn the correct technique before attempting the full movement, and avoid the common errors most people in the gym make.
The ‘grease the groove’ method is one of the most effective and versatile ways to get past a sticking point or a plateau in your training. Read More
Sally gives her top 3 easy-to-do mobility exercises to improve mobility around shoulders and upper back for olympic weightlifting. Do these exercises pre-workout and at home with a broomstick for best results. Read More
High reps and low weight won’t cut it! Here are my three tips on how to train women HARD for fat loss, but without the shouting, screaming or pink dumbbells. Read More
Sally explains the top three mistakes she sees beginners make in the clean, how to tell if you are doing them – and how to fix them! Read More
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Chloe Beale - Ladies Who Lift
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Arti Braude - Ladies Who Lift
"I've felt more confident and I've had people comment that I look like I know what I'm doing!"
Alex Hegazy - Olympic Lifting
"It just feels brilliant, it feels really good!"
Holly Zheng - Olympic Lifting
"The process from end to end has been brilliant. It's really helped me build my confidence!"
James McCoy - Olympic Lifting
"Now I've learned how to be more powerful!"
Jess Wolny - Olympic Lifting