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#MotivationMonday: Reminders to Re-energize Your Workout Goals!

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UPDATED: Aug 25, 2020

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Whether you’re Eddie Hall or a lifting newbie, every now and then, we all need a practical reminder of why we lift. Maybe your reason is to look good, or to set records, or to overcome an injury.

Whatever your reason for weightlifting, there’s one thing we can all agree on: smart lifting makes everyday activities easier.

Not sure what we mean? In the video below, Nicole Delegas, a Strength and Conditioning coach at Mike Boyle Strength and Conditioning (MBSC), explains the practical reasons for lifting.

Watch Nicole’s video below:

All those deadlifts that you do make laundry baskets and boxes (and maybe even the Christmas tree that you store in your attic) a breeze to lift.

And those Turkish get-ups? They make it easier to actually get off of the couch and turn down the tv volume instead of bursting your eardrums.

These skills are an everyday reality when you lift. So there’s no need for #goals, just get out there and start lifting!

Train with Mike Boyle Strength and Conditioning!

We gave you another reason for lifting, but maybe you still need some help with finding a good, smart lifting routine. If so, the team at Mike Boyle Strength and Conditioning (MBSC) can help!

MBSC was founded by Mike Boyle in 1996, and it is now one of the leading Strength and Conditioning gyms in the nation!

Over at MBSC, the team’s goal is to provide their clients with the most comprehensive performance enhancement training, reconditioning, and personal training in the country.

One of the best ways to train with MBSC is to join one of their online training programs! If your goal is to lose weight while gaining practical strength, join MBSC’s 12-Week Adult Fat-Loss Program.

Or, if you’re an advanced lifter, join MBSC’s 12-Week Advanced Adult Program, which will help you improve and perfect your strength.

Click here to find the MBSC training program that is right for you!

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