126: What Your Programming Should Look Like for Pursuing a Lifetime of Athleticism

126 - What Your Programming Should Look Like for Pursuing a Lifetime of Athleticism - Practice Brave Podcast with Brianna Battles

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Recently, I had a complaint about my Pregnant Athlete Training Program that the workouts repeated and that it lacked variation. That’s the point - we test and retest and same basic movements over time to make progress and gain strength.

Programming for a lifetime of athleticism isn’t about randomized, all high-intensity workouts. Those can be sprinkled in, but what we’re looking for is supporting your lifestyle, goals, and overall health. Sometimes that can get boring. It’s doing the same stuff over and over (and over) again.

Commit to it being a little boring sometimes. Treat your workouts like you’re training for something and you’ll begin to make progress.

Pregnant? My training program for pregnancy is here:


Postpartum? My 8-week postpartum athlete training program is here: https://www.briannabattles.com/8weeks


The Practice Brave podcast brings you the relatable, trustworthy and transparent health & fitness information you're looking for when it comes to coaching, being coached and transitioning through the variables of motherhood and womanhood.

You will learn from athletes and experts in the women's health and coaching/performance realm as they share their knowledge and experience on all things Pregnancy & Postpartum Athleticism.

Whether you're a newly pregnant athlete or postpartum athlete, knowing how to adjust your workouts, mental approach and coaching can be confusing.

Each week we'll be tackling questions around adjusting your workouts and mindset, diastasis recti, pelvic health, mental health, identity, and beyond. Through compelling interviews and solo shows, Brianna speaks directly to where you're at because she's been there too!

Tune in every other week and share the show with your athlete friends!

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