Molly Galbraith – Fat Loss Through Strength Training

On July 10, 2013 by Physical Culturist

“Our mission is to inspire and empower women everywhere to get stronger mentally, physically, and emotionally through movement, specifically lifting heavy things. So many women are drawn to cardio, aerobics, Zumba, Pilates, and the like. Not that there is anything wrong with those things… but there is just something different about picking up something really heavy. Ask any woman who has gotten “into” lifting weights. It’s an incredibly different and unbelievable feeling to be able to pick something really heavy up off the floor. You feel like a total Goddess when you can do that!” – Molly Galbraith (Girls Gone Strong)

Molly Galbraith Fat Loss Through Weight Training

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