First off, please don’t comment on how there’s “no such thing as tone, your muscles only get bigger or smaller”, or “tone is a marketing term.”⁣

Whatever. 90% of the women I talk to want to get “toned.” So yeah - I’m using their language. I’m meeting people where they are at - that’s my goal.⁣


Knowing how to achieve muscle tone and definition can be a struggle.⁣

There are so many different voices telling you so many different things.⁣

“Light weights, 100 reps.”⁣

“No, go heavy for tone.”⁣

“Go to Soulcycle 5x/week.”⁣

“Lift weights, sprint, then do the row machine for an hour."⁣

So, what happens? A lot of you inevitably start listening to ALL of the voices and doing EVERYTHING all at once.⁣

Working out 7 days per week for 2 hours is NOT the way to achieve muscle tone. Moreover, it’s anything but sustainable.⁣

What I’ve listed on the left is a combination of exercises I’ve seen clients do before they start working with me. There’s nothing wrong with any of these exercises, by the way.⁣

My point is this: when people are confused, they often just try to do it all, thinking it will allow them to get results. Wrong!⁣

Please understand this method is what has worked for me and my clients. I’m not saying it’s the only way to get results.⁣

I’ve always been a fan of simple - and that’s what I’ve outlined on the right. If you do these 3 things, you will definitely start to see muscle tone.⁣

I hope this helps you as much as it has helped my clients!⁣

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