Build Strength at Home


  • I'm very passionate about this program because it is improving my muscle imbalances, strength, mobility and confidence.
  • It's a HOME strength training program designed to improve your movement mechanics.
  • It will help you plug holes in your strength foundation so that you can improve your muscle imbalances.
  • You will learn how to identify and improve common muscle imbalances.
  • You will learn how to balance your nervous system.
  • You will learn how to recruit the correct muscles when exercising.
  • Get ready to clean up your form, create (or recreate) a solid strength foundation and improve your mobility.
  • In the meantime, make sure you follow me on YouTube for my training VLOGS, as well as on Facebook and Instagram for my free daily workouts.

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This program improved my mindset, physique and relationship with food. I can do things with my body that I never thought I would be able to do in a million years. I am beyond excited to share this program with you!

Although this is a home program, you will need to invest in some equipment. I've provided you with a list of a few items that you will need for this program:


  • TeamSS pink Sandbags in 60, 80 and 100 pounds
  • Dumbbells, Kettlebells, Medicine Ball
  • Bench
  • Barbell and Bumper Plates. I purchased mine from Rogue, but I encourage you to shop around. I didn't buy everything at once ... rather,  I slowly added to my collection. I have a woman's 35 pound Bella bar, a 45 pound OHIO bar, bumper plates (2.5, 5, 10, 25, 35 and 45 pounds), a training bar (15 pounds) and a PVC pipe.


  • If you don't have access to a lat pull down machine (or a cable machine), then check out this inexpensive home option: Spud Lat Pulldown Pulley
  • Pull-Up Bar (You can install them in your door frame) or even better, invest in a squat rack. I have a Rogue HR-2 Half Rack in my living room (with safety spotter arms and storage posts).
  • Exer-Genie and a Tug Rope. The exer-genie is a home gym substitution for a sled.



Samples of Exercises

Here are examples of exercises you will learn how to perform:

Equipment Demos

Here's an instructional video guide for the home gym equipment used in this program:

Results that speak for themselves

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