• Courtney Ustrzycki

Published in MindBodyGreen: Women who Learned to Strength Train

What an incredible opportunity to share; I was asked to contribute to an article on MindBodyGreen, a very popular wellness website.


Alongside a few other strong women, my story about how I learned to strength train (plus tips for beginners) has been shared with a massive online community. I am so grateful for opportunities like this, as not only does it remind me how far I have come in my own journey, but how much my story and my knowledge can inspire others. It shows that women can be strong, powerful, confident and can really do anything they set their minds to. If I can do it, I believe there's no reason why you cannot either.


Read the full article here:

https://www.mindbodygreen.com/articles/why-women-should-strength-train-and-how-to-get-started?fbclid=IwAR3gm_t0ijN1dKGd5Gjmw3b3O6Cxxh7bH9K-CSCDi-QfYrlYyhjjNjv7P0w


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