You follow the hashtag on social media and now you want to join in. So how exactly do you become #StrongNotSkinny?
The #StrongNotSkinny workshops are designed for one thing: to get you strong! Being strong will get you lean and get you the toned, hard physique and the confidence that goes with it.
Learn to lift weights, proper weights. Deadlift your own bodyweight (post that on Instagram!) to get strong, toned legs, squat heavy and swing kettlebells for a rock hard butt and press dumbbells for those killer arms.
The #StrongNotSkinny workshop will give you the confidence you need in the weights area, it will give you a simple programme to form the foundation of your workouts and deliver results every time you enter the gym. Want to find when the next workshop is? Stick your email in the form below and we’ll let you know!
After attending the workshop you can join the #StrongNotSkinny weekly classes, where we train together making sure you’re progressing, keeping good technique, lifting heavier, and getting stronger and fitter. It’s supervised weight lifting classes that boost your overall training, improving other workouts you do and speeding up results.
#StrongNotSkinny workshops are held on Saturday mornings 9-11am, 3 to 5 people attending max to make sure everyone gets lots of hands-on attention and lifting time. We cover deadlift, squats and overhead presses (these are amazing for our upper bodies and they’ll give us toned and tight arms too) with assistance exercises.
The #StrongNotSkinny weekly sessions are 40mins, with a maximum 3 people to make sure everyone gets their lifts in. These are for people who’ve attended the workshop or had 1-2-1 sessions with me. It’s supervised lifting to make sure you’re progressing, keeping good technique, lifting heavier and getting stronger and fitter. It boosts your overall training, improving other workouts you do and speeding up results.
For PureGym members workshops are £65, the follow up sessions are £80 for 4 (£20/session), and £140 for 8 (£17.50/session), used within 2 and 3 months respectively.