Lisa Lanceford is a famed fitness model and online trainer from the UK. Lisa’s inspirational pictures and videos have earned her massive success in the fitness industry – she’s become a social media icon ever since opening her online profile.
However, Lisa’s life wasn’t always steered toward fitness. Growing up, her main focus was on academia and excelling in school.
It wasn’t until 2015 that she took on weight training to improve her slim figure. Within months, Lisa’s body started changing and she caught the lifting bug. Since then, she’s gone on to become a fitness star who takes her fans on her awesome journey.
Women Fitness President joins the fitness star on her successful journey in the fitness realm.
A healthy morning ritual that you follow? One thing you are proud of yourself about?
I do a 1 hour walk every morning. It helps with my mindset for the day and I think about everything I am grateful for. It’s so calm, quiet and peaceful and it gets my mind going for the day. Always practise gratitude and always appreciate the little things in life.
🏼 it’s the little things that make a big difference
One thing you are proud of yourself about? That I have built up an incredible strong community of women from every walk of life and have been able to help thousands of women change their mindsets through fitness and training. I am just a normal girl who is actually quite reserved, so to be here today amazes me! 🙂
You have spoken about how weight training helped transform your body. Share more about the change?
Weight training allowed me to gain healthy weight and build curves I didn’t have before. It helped me gain strength physically but more importantly mentally.
Share the best part of being a fitness influencer?
To be able to help influence people around the world, to live a healthy lifestyle, change their mindsets and become the best versions of themselves. Watching them grow in confidence, self love and strength on their journeys is so incredibly inspiring and the most rewarding feeling ever!
What exercises are an integral part of your workout routine? Five must-do morning stretches?
I train in a push/legs/pull/legs/ training split. Pigeon stretch, hurdler stretch, quads kneeling stretch, cat/cow pose, standing side bend.
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