Coach at Siertle Movement
- Certified Personal Trainer – National Academy of Sports Medicine (NASM)
- Group Fitness Instructor – American Council on Exercise (ACE)
Sarah Siertle is a kettlebell strength coach who is passionate about introducing people to strength training and its benefits. She believes fitness is for all bodies and works to make the fitness world a more inclusive place. Sarah has been lifting weights since 2015 and has also been a swing dance instructor teaching around the US since 2012. She lives in Indianapolis and loves getting outside and hiking in the nearby state parks.
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You might’ve heard the phrase “functional fitness” before, but what does it actually mean?
Congrats! You want to be more active.
But…. you have a busy life. You might be thinking “How the heck am I going to fit this all in?”
Whether you’re new or have been doing strength training activities for a while, applying each of these tips will help you take it to a whole other level.
Practicing being proud of yourself can help you stay motivated, and avoid burnout. Here’s 6 ways to celebrate your wins starting today!
It’s time to talk about body awareness: Every body is different, and everyone experiences their body in different ways. Use this three step process to help you figure out how you feel, how it’s affecting you, and what to do about it.
The goal here is to create an exercise plan that’s sustainable, enjoyable, and fits your lifestyle!
All variations of lower body exercises boil down to two motions: squat (hips + knees bend) or hinge (hips bend a lot but knees only a little)
Most everyone knows the benefits of consistent exercise, yet the gym is one of the most controversial spaces around. Talk to some people, and you’ll hear about how much they love their gym. Talk to others, and it’s a place they despise.
Here are six tips to help you find happiness at the gym!
There are entire stores dedicated to outdoor equipment, but you don’t need fancy things to get outside. Here are the 7 basic items you need when starting out
Just because a program or someone on the internet tells you to do something, it doesn’t mean you have to do exactly that! Fitness is for everyone. Adjusting the exercise to fit your body leads to more enjoyable workouts.