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Welcome to the sheSTRENGTH Squad!

Please fill out the information below to the best of your knowledge. And we will get started! I can NOT wait to meet you and introduce you to our sheSTRENGTH Squad. Ready to gain new confidence and strength?? Let's do it. See you soon, Anna

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  • Please record any injuries/medical conditions that will affect my fitness/health pursuits...
  • What are your health/fitness/nutrition goals? Lose weight? If so, how much? Learn how to lift weights? Fight against family history? Get accountability to these goals?
  • I have filled out this information to the best of my knowledge and believe all written answers to be true. Please sign the form below after reading through the Waiver of Liability form.
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    I understand I have enrolled in a program of strenuous physical activity including but not limited to aerobic dance, weight training, stationary bicycling, and the use of various strength equipment. I hereby affirm that I am in good physical condition and do not suffer from any disability that would prevent or limit my participation in this exercise program.

    In consideration of my participation in Anna Woods Fitness LLC exercise program, I, for myself, my heirs and assigns, hereby release Anna Woods Fitness LLC (its employees and owners) from any claims, demands, and causes of action arising from my participation in the exercise program. I fully understand that I may injure myself as a result of my participation in this exercise program, and I hereby release Anna Woods LLC from any liability now or in the future, including, but not limited to heart attacks, muscle strains, pulls or tears, broken bones, shin splints, heat prostration, knee/lower back/ foot injuries and other illness, soreness, or injury, however caused, occurring during or after my participation in this exercise program.

    Anna Woods Fitness LLC has recommended that I consult a physician before I engage in any physical exercise program. I acknowledge that I have done so or that I have chosen not to consult a physician but will begin the exercise program on my own accord.

    I hereby affirm that I have read and fully understand the above.

How to Do a Pull Up Seminar: Core Strength Needed!

This past winter, Dr. Jared Shoemaker, inmotionsmj.com, and I held a Barn Gym Series event at the sheSTRENGTH Barn for men and women in the area to learn about the core strength, shoulder positions, and mobility needed to do a pull up safely, effectively, and AT ALL.  Pull up’s are a beast many aspire to complete, but few actually do. What most people don’t realize is core strength enables proper shoulder position, which are the main factors in the safety of doing a pull up without injuring the shoulder.  And you can’t have one without the other.

We spent the evening helping participant’s get into positions that mimicked pull up’s, to help them “feel”  a connected shoulder and core, before hanging on the bar and attempting to do them. These various positions were part of the take-home packet of mobility, strength, and skill workout demo videos we prescribed them to do, in their journey to getting their first pull-up, or completing multiple pull ups correctly, without shoulder pain.

Our next seminar will be held online, which includes 30-days’ of ab workouts to reduce back pain and minimize the low belly pooch.  See more info for that seminar, here.

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