Weight training for women
“I love lifting! I want a regular lifting session where I receive expert coaching and the support and encouragement to aim high.”
What your issues tend to be
You’ve learned the basics of lifting and you’ve caught the bug!
But you struggle to find people to train with and coaches who really know weight training for women and understand what you want.
You’d like to be part of a community of like-minded people, as no-one in your life is interested in lifting or ‘gets’ why you love it so much.
You want to stay motivated and accountable so that you can make real progress, even when life gets in the way. You may have plateaued in your progress recently and you’re not sure how to get over this.
“The best result is that I know where my limits are, but not in a negative way. Before, I was trying a little bit of weight and then stopping, mainly because I was scared of what would happen if I tried more weight or if I tried a new exercise, and the fear was definitely affecting my progress. So I know how far I CAN go now, and it’s a lot further than I thought!” – Amy L
And you want to challenge yourself. You need support, encouragement and a great training environment to get you where you want to be.
Our powerlifting team at a recent championships. Most of these women started in Ladies Who Lift. Where could you end up?
What you need right now
You need a regular weight training for women session, contact with a coach and training buddies.
A regular date in the diary to keep you accountable. To be surrounded by people who have similar goals and aspirations to you.
You want to feel like you are making progress and that you could achieve great things in the future. You have made a change in your life and you are in this for the long haul.
The weight training for women class that will suit you best is the INTERMEDIATE class
The Ladies Who Lift Intermediate class is for people who have been lifting for at least 6 months or more and can competently perform a barbell squat and barbell deadlift. Having perhaps reached a plateau, you need help to bust through that plateau and start making progress again!
Days and times
Mondays 7pm-8pm and 8pm-9pm @ Dulwich College Sports Club, SE21
Tuesdays 7am-8am and 7pm-8pm @ Strength Hub E15
Thursdays 7am-8am and 7pm-8pm @ Strength Hub E15
Fridays 7pm-8pm @ Dulwich College Sports Club, SE21
Saturdays 12pm-1pm @ Strength Hub E15
We recommend that you come to a scheduled trial class before signing up for membership. A trial class costs £9. You can take part in the class, and if you then decide you want to come on a regular basis, you can sign up for a membership.
Click below on your chosen date/time to register for a trial class at your nearest venue (location details below):
Monday 13 January, 7pm-8pm
Thursday 16 January, 7am-8am (morning)
Thursday 16 January, 7pm-8pm (evening)
Monday 10 February, 7pm-8pm
Saturday 1 February, 12pm-1pm
Saturday 15 February, 12pm-1pm
Tuesday 18 February, 7am-8am (morning)
Tuesday 18 February, 7pm-8pm (evening)
Monday 9 March, 7pm-8pm
Thursday 12 March, 7am-8am (morning)
Thursday 12 March, 7pm-8pm (evening)
Saturday 14 March, 12pm-1pm
Strength Hub E15
71 Holland Road
London E15 3BP
The gym is a 5 minute walk from West Ham station. Free car parking is also available. West Ham is on Jubilee, District, Hammersmith & City, DLR and national rail.
Dulwich College Sports Club
London SE21 7LE
The sports club is a 10 minute walk from West Dulwich station (trains from Victoria and Brixton). Free car parking is available in the main college car park [with sports club membership card]. On street parking is also available.
To find out more about our Ladies Who Lift classes just fill in the contact form here