“When it comes to weightlifting and getting stronger, you always need to enter the gym with a plan. You need to know how many reps and sets you want to complete of each exercise, and at what weight. You need to stay concentrated on your form, breathing, and the goals you have set for yourself. No one is going to lift those weights for you – but YOU. I found this incredibly addicting, inspiring, and motivating. With weightlifting I was able to walk out of the room with a tangible result of the work that I put in just like I was able to with dance. It taught me so much about myself, my body, and mind’s capabilities. It got to a point where after leaving the gym I knew the best part of my day was done. This is when I knew I needed to become a trainer. I wanted to show other people how much this type of strength training could affect their lives in a positive way,” Rae describes.⠀ Read it on the blog!
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