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Old 01-03-22, 02:35 PM  
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Once my 6 mo subscription runs out in Feb, I think I'll do the same.
I don't seem to use it like I always thing I'm going to, cause between YouTube, my Peloton, my old dvds and paper workouts I have or find for free, I have more than enough to do.
Where is a good place to find paper workouts?
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Old 01-03-22, 05:17 PM  
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I have found a lot by just Googling.

Like 5x5, Stronglifts, all those I just used good old Google.

I have also bought workouts, via books or on someone's site.
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Old 01-04-22, 01:59 PM  
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I have found a lot by just Googling.

Like 5x5, Stronglifts, all those I just used good old Google.

I have also bought workouts, via books or on someone's site.
Thanks!
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Old 01-04-22, 04:16 PM  
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I just did her first workout of the New Year (40 minutes for Over 40) strength training workout and loved everything about it. I also liked the slower pace, heavier lifting and minimal talking (except for having a voice over of form pointers at the start.) She's really great, with demoing each exercise beforehand and being encouraging with non-verbal cues. I like how meditative (non-intrusive) a workout like this can be and it's wonderful to have an instructor like this on YouTube.

She also offers shorter beginner workouts, as well as shorter advanced workouts.

After previewing, I subscribed immediately without reservation.
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Old 01-04-22, 06:23 PM  
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I just did her first workout of the New Year (40 minutes for Over 40) strength training workout and loved everything about it. I also liked the slower pace, heavier lifting and minimal talking (except for having a voice over of form pointers at the start.) She's really great, with demoing each exercise beforehand and being encouraging with non-verbal cues. I like how meditative (non-intrusive) a workout like this can be and it's wonderful to have an instructor like this on YouTube.

She also offers shorter beginner workouts, as well as shorter advanced workouts.

After previewing, I subscribed immediately without reservation.
I just did this workout today. I really like her and the slow method of lifting so I can go heavier. I'm going to try to do her 6 week plan, but I'll be a workout behind since I didn't start it on time. And does anyone else think she looks like Molly Shannon?
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Old 01-04-22, 07:57 PM  
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Thanks! Her workouts look really good. I noticed that she lists the exercises and gives extra tips below the video. I love it when they list the exercises in the description, because it helps me decide if it is something I'll want to do.
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Old 01-05-22, 03:20 AM  
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Haaha, no I didn't see the resemblance to Molly Shannon, but really like both!
I'm on Day two of her current over-40 program. I started with Cee following (but not exactly, I took longer!) The plateau-buster splits program which was faster paced (going from exercise to exercise with most of the focus on eccentric lift). So far, it feels like this 40-4-40 is more suitable to me. She is encouraging us to mainly lift moderately at this point in the program for longevity. I may go back to that splits program later however. Everything about her approach is strong and serene, which jives well with me right now. I also really, really love how she includes some different lifts to me which are there for a purpose and not just to *look* novel.
My only nitpick in the past has been some of the music, but I'm very critical of any music that has been released since 2003!! Lol.
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Old 01-07-22, 10:07 PM  
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I’ll add my thanks for Lift with Cee! I just did the first 40 4 40 today and it was AWESOME! I love the pace, her cheerfulness and the series of exercises. I was able to keep up and ending feeling great! :-)
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Old 01-08-22, 02:33 AM  
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Great find! I subscribed
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Old 01-09-22, 10:43 AM  
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Agreed. Thank you for who posted about her. This is just what I was looking for. A no nonsense strength workout that leaves me wanting more, but definitely feel like I lifted to failure and hit all the muscle groups.

Thank you!
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