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The Modern Woman’s Guide To Strength Training Is HERE

Yes, it’s true.

It’s finally here.

We been talking and teasing and getting you all excited about the release of the program (we can’t help but get you excited because WE are so excited!) and now it’s finally here:

The Modern Woman’s Guide To Strength Training

If you want to see exactly what the program entails, you can learn more by clicking here. 

But first, let us tell you who it’s for…

It’s for YOU!

No really.

We’ve spent the last 2 1/2 years creating a community of strong, bright women who know exactly what they want and aren’t afraid to tell us about it!  You want solid training and nutrition information, motivational posts, the truth about supplements, and much more.  We aren’t just saying this — you are a group of women who know what you want, and we are here to give it to you.

For the last 9 months we’ve been digging — what exactly does our community want?

What are their goals?

What are their aspirations — physically, mentally, and emotionally?

What do they need from us to be successful in accomplishing those things?

And you know what?  You told us.


You want a training program that’s intelligently designed, sustainable, safe, and effective.  You want a program that enhances your life, not one that becomes your life.

You want to know exactly how to perform every exercise with perfect form to ensure that you get the absolute best results while staying as safe as possible.

You want a way to track your progress so that you can watch yourself improve not just in the gym, but outside of the gym as well.

So we gave it to you.


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You also wanted nutrition information that will help you find your perfect way of eating — that way of eating that you feel like you can maintain forever, because it’s not a diet.

You wanted done-for-you meal plans for fat loss, maintenance, and more.

You wanted Paleo options, FODMAP meal plans, and an If It Fits Your Macros  Approach, so there’s something for everyone.

So we gave it to you.


Sure this program’s not for everyone…

It’s not for women who love spending all day in the gym, or women who love feeling run-down and exhausted after their workouts.  It’s for women who want to go to the gym and then get on with their lives, and women who want to leave the gym feeling invigorated and better than when they arrived.

It’s for women who want to get stronger, leaner, and healthier while spending the least amount of time and effort in the gym.

Let’s be clear — this program isn’t easy.  You’ll work hard, you’ll sweat, and you’ll push yourself.  But you’ll do it in a very intentional and intelligently designed way.

Remember, anyone can make you tired.  WE can make you better.

If you want to learn more about what The Modern Woman’s Guide To Strength Training is all about, click HERE.





OH!  ONE LAST THING!  If you BUY TODAY — you’ll be rewarded with our Fast Action Bonus and you’ll get our Modern Woman’s Guide to Conditioning TOTALLY FREE!

This guide breaks down exactly what types of cardio you should be doing, and EXACTLY how much based on your goals.  There are different and specific recommendations for time-crunched folks, those who want fat loss, those who want muscle gain, and those who just want to look and feel their healthiest.

Plus, we show you EXACTLY how to lay it all out throughout the week to make sure you get plenty of time to recover so you’re fresh for your workouts.  Get your Modern Woman’s Guide To Strength Training Program and snag this awesome FREEBIE TODAY!



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  • Kandice

    With respect to cardio, what do you do when the sport you are strength training for is a form of cardio? I ride competitively in Showjumping, and so I am on my horse four-five days a week. Some days are lighter and steady, but jumping days are kind of like intervals because you give it your all for two minutes to jump the course and then rest while someone else goes. Should I be doing anything additional? Should I still do metabolic finishers on two strength days? I just am struggling a little with some nagging injuries (hip flexor and a sore shoulder) and I want to be sure I am not overtraining.

    • Molly Galbraith

      Great question! No additional cardio is needed. You’re getting plenty. 3 days of strength training and you’re good to go! Great question!

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  • Michele

    Seriously, just thank you. Your hard work is truly valued and appreciated. I’m so impressed with the diligence that it took to create this program. It is clear that this product took an immense amount of love and passion to develop. You ladies are doing amazing things for women. Congratulations and continued success!

    • Molly Galbraith

      Michele – thank YOU! You’re so right… so, so, so much work! But it’s worth it to see your dream come to fruition. 🙂

      We are so happy you love the program. Please tell your friends and help us spread the word!

  • Ashley

    What shoes are you and Alli wearing in the videos? I’m currently wearing old running shoes during weight lifting but have heard that less cushion and a more minimal design (lower or zero heel drop) are better for fully engaging your feet and leg muscles in movements such as the squat. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated!

    • Molly Galbraith

      Hi Ashley! I believe we are both wearing New Balance Minimus shoes in the video (complete coincidence!) I like their shoes, but I also like Vibrams, Nike Frees, Merrell’s, and Reebok Nanos.

      Yes, I actually prefer to train barefoot when possible simply because your feet provide SO much feedback to the rest of your body during training. That said, if you’re not used to training that way, ease into it. When I first got Vibrams I would only do my warm-up in them, then transitioned to working out in them over time. Start slowly, and listen to your body! 🙂

      • Ashley

        Thanks Molly! I appreciate the suggestions. I’m really looking forward to starting the workout program tomorrow. Enjoy the rest of your weekend. 🙂

  • Lisa

    Would you suggest this program for someone who is 80lbs overweight (but recently lost 40 doing Paleo and whole30) who has knee and back issues? I’m looking for a very beginner type of program where I can go slow so as not to re-injure myself. However the ones I’ve looked at are asking for chin ups (still working on push ups here!!).. Thanks!

    • Molly Galbraith

      Absolutely! Oh goodness! Chin-ups for a beginner?

      You’d start with our level 1 program, and go from there. After 8 weeks we do have “chin-up” iso’s in the program (where you jump up and hold yourself in the top of a chin-up position) and after 12 weeks, we have ASSISTED chin-ups with a band, but if you’re someone who is carrying a lot of extra weight and/or you can’t do those movements, you simply make a substitution (we have substitutions for every exercise in the program)

      But yes, we start out with VERY basic body weight movements and progress slowly to other things. 🙂

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  • Gina

    I am interested in purchasing this but i am curious to what the program looks like before purchasing. Also i am in good shape and have been doing weights/ kettlebell workout and dabbled with some cross fitt workouts over the past year, I am just trying to get into something that is little more structured and not all over the place. Is this program good for that?

    • Molly Galbraith

      Hi Gina! Thanks for your interest! There are 4 different training programs, each 16 weeks long, and there are separate program for beginners, intermediates, high level intermediates, and advanced lifters, so we can definitely accommodate your ability level (there are guidelines so you know which program to pick). They are strength training based (there are cardio guidelines included as well), and they include all of the major movement patterns (squat, hinge, push, pull, split stance/single leg, anti-movement for the core), etc.

      The exercises and set/rep schemes get more challenging each week and from program to program to encourage continual progress.

      I hope this is helpful! You can snag the program here:

      (and the best part is the 60 Day Money Back Guarantee!)

  • Liz

    Good Afternoon, what is the structure of this program (how many days strength training vs cardio a week)? I currently have a personal trainer at the gym and enjoy lifting weights however I would rather follow an independent a plan formulated for women than follow my trainer around. Also, does the program offer alternative exercises if my gym doesn’t have the required equipment? Thanks!

    • Molly Galbraith

      Hi Liz! Great questions! We recommend 2-4 days of strength training a week (3 is perfect for most women) and we also had a Conditioning Guide with recommendations based on different goals (time-crunched, fat loss, strength/muscle gain, overall health and wellness). So you simply choose your cardio recommendations based on your goals and go from there. Depending on how you set your program up, you could be in the gym as few as 3 days a week, or as many as 5.

      Yes, we offer some alternatives but if you ever have any questions, just post on our FB page or email us at: Also, there’s a 60 day money back guarantee, so it’s literally no risk! 🙂

      • Liz

        Awesome, thanks Molly!

        I’m not sure if you take reader requests for articles but can y’all do a review/recommendation for grips/gloves for women in the gym? I need some assistance with my grip and am not too sure where to start. Thank you!

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  • Lyss


    This program comes with a 60 day money back guarantee, but I see no easy way to use this guarantee after purchasing the product. If I decide that I am unhappy with it and want to get a refund, how do I do so? I’m just not sure that this is the program for me. Thank you.