If your teenage son or daughter wants to learn to lift weights, it's important that they learn to do it the right way.
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Here's What Learn To Lift Gives You
What Drove Me To Create Learn To Lift
I was a chubby little kid. And I paid the price for it.
Teased by kids and parents alike, I suffered from low self-esteem to be sure.
Then puberty kicked in, and so did my desire to attract the attention of the opposite sex. The self-conscious feelings I had only got worse.
At 15, I learned to lift weights, hoping to improve both my self-confidence and my chances with Chrissie Palmerson.
I joined a gym and went to work. Not knowing anything, I looked to the biggest guys in the gym to see what they were doing. They all did bench presses and arm curls, so I did bench presses and arm curls.
And I started devouring every word written in the popular muscle magazines.
Freaks Of Nature And False Hopes
I wanted desperately to be big ... RIPPED ... HUUUUGE!
What I didn't realize is just how unrealistic the men in these magazines were. I was too naive to know that what these magazines were selling was pure fantasy.
Never mind the drugs involved to get that big. These guys were genetic freaks of nature. Their volume of training … their style of training … was completely wrong for a beginner to weight training.
Ignorance Comes With A High Cost
When you’re young, your body bounces back quickly. So despite stupid training habits, I saw results. My chest and arms grew. And so did my confidence.
Looking back now, I can tell you I paid a price for all that youthful ignorance. The price came in the form of sore shoulders, temperamental knees and poor flexibility.
I don’t want that to be your child.
And that’s why That’s why I became a personal fitness coach, and for ten years, helped people of all ages and abilities learn to lift weights. I wanted to help them avoid the mistakes I made early on. Mistakes that would continue to haunt me.
And that's why I, along with my good friend Dave Smith, have created our program - Learn To Lift.
Meet The Teacher Of Learn To Lift
I’d like to take this time to introduce you to Dave Smith. He’s the one you’ll be seeing on the videos, demonstrating the exercises.
Dave was named the CanFit Pro personal trainer of the year in 2013.
CanFit Pro is Canada’s largest and most respected personal training organization.Through his company, Make Your Body Work, he’s also helped hundreds of people get fitter, stronger and healthier with his 10-in-4 program and through dozens of published fitness articles.
Dave’s been featured on national television and hosts his own Make Your Body Work podcast.
Questions You May Be Asking Yourself About Learn To Lift
What if you're not strong enough to do these exercises?
It doesn’t matter where you are in terms of strength. The principles of proper weight training apply to you whether you can lift 100 pounds, 10 pounds or nothing but fresh air.
Do I need to buy expensive equipment?
No, you don’t. Ideally, you will be able to purchase a set of dumbbells to get started or have access to dumbbells at a gym or some other fitness facility.. But our course gives you options that only require your body weight or gravity to be effective.
What if I decide that Learn To Lift isn't right for me or my child? Do you offer refunds?
Absolutely! We offer a 60-day no-questions-asked money-back guarantee. You can email us at any time within 60-days of purchasing our program and tell us you want your money back. It doesn’t matter the reason.
The Cost Of Learning To Lift Weights
When you want to learn how to lift weights you have several choices:
1. WATCH OTHERS AT THE GYM AND DO WHAT THEY DO
- You have no idea who taught them.
- Pass their bad habits on to you.
- You follow workouts that are completely wrong for a beginner.
2. LEARN TO LIFT WEIGHTS BY WATCHING YOUTUBE
- Lot's and lot's of crap to sift through.
- Like piecing together a 1000 piece jigsaw puzzle without a picture to work from.
- Even if they're good videos, they don't do a good job of breaking down the movements.
3. Pay A Shirtless Personal Trainer. (Sorry Dave ... couldn't resist 🙂
- Expensive - $60 per session or more. Can cost thousands to learn to lift weights properly.
- Have to hire trainer again if you need a refresher.
- Have to drive to and from their studio or gym.
Nothing beats one-on-one instruction if you can afford it. But if you can’t afford to spend thousands on a personal trainer, you can...