Free Resources

We plan to regularly publish free content and free resources for women’s fitness, including blogs, tutorials, free workouts, seminars, and nutrition guides.

Below are some of our current best free resources for women’s fitness:

#1 – Free Nutrition & Fat Loss Webinar (pre-recorded)

Debunked: Fat Loss Myths and What Really Works

This 75-minute free video covers the in’s and out’s of nutrition fat loss and debunks several diet myths in the process.

Click here to watch the free seminar, led by Precision Nutrition-certified nutrition coach Devin Gray, CSCS.

You’ll learn:

  • What all the most effective diets have in common
  • Why protein is the most important macronutrient to focus on, and why the ratio of carb and fat doesn’t really matter for fat loss
  • Common misconceptions about weight loss, calories, and your metabolism
  • Pro’s and Con’s of popular diets, like keto and fasting
  • How to lose weight without counting calories
  • How to lose weight with counting calories

#2 – Free Prenatal & Postnatal Fitness Seminar (pre-recorded)

“Staying Fit Through Pregnancy – and Beyond!”

Kara Soucy, CPT, teamed up with Caryn Phillips, DPT, of MomLife Health & Wellness for this free, pre-recorded webinar on how to stay fit, strong, and healthy through pregnancy.

You’ll learn:

  • Why you should try to exercise during pregnancy
  • How to safely exercise during Trimester 1, 2, and 3
  • Tips for managing Diastasis Recti
  • Exercises to focus on for core strength
  • Precautions and conditions to be careful of

Click here to watch the free webinar.

#3 – Free 30 Day Glutes & Abs Challenge

What could happen if you did a short mini-workout everyday to strengthen your glutes and abs?

Do this circuit for just 30 days, and you’ll enjoy the benefits

Check it out here.

Some of the benefits:

  • Stronger glutes, which can help you keep your lower back, hips, and knees healthy
  • Better mind-muscle connection, which will help you grow lean muscle mass
  • Increased core stability, which can protect your lower back and help you lift weights more effectively
  • Learn to use your abs and glutes correctly