Tips for structuring your strength workouts

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Exercise is one of the most important things we can do to keep our bodies and minds strong and healthy over time. Strength training, in particular, is a must as we get older

But what if you struggle with sticking with it (or even getting started at all) because you are overwhelmed by the prospects of figuring out what to do when you workout?  That is what this episode of The Longevity Gym is all about!

Tune in and listen to Pam Strand, personal trainer and life coach, describe the core principles she uses in designing and structuring workouts for her clients and for herself. 

Over the past 20 years, Pam has fined tuned an approach to designing and structuring workouts that keeps clients engaged and committed to their fitness journeys.  She shares:

  • How to get started,
  • How to keep it simple with exercise choice,
  • The list of eight (8) movements which should be part of every workout,
  • Why full body workouts are the way to go,
  • How many strength training workouts you should do each week, and
  • Her go-to workout structure that produces great results. 


Dear Listener,

If you incorporate any of this tips, I'd love to hear about your experience. Please email me. My email is  

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Here's to living longer, stronger, and better!

All my best,

Creators and Guests

Pam Strand
Pam Strand
For the last 20 years, Pam has been a personal trainer and life coach. She is also a Mindfulness & Meditation teacher and Breathwork professional. Pam is owner of Strand Fitness Online.
Tips for structuring your strength workouts
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