Congratulations to our five female athletes Ayla, Angelica, Amelia (Coach), Dasha (Coach) & Molly, will be competing at the upcoming Iron of Ladies Powerlifting Meet, May 6th! We are incredibly proud of their hard work and dedication, and we can’t wait to see them perform.
At the Powerlifting Meet, our athletes will have the opportunity to showcase their strength and skill in three different lifts: the squat, bench press, and deadlift. They will be competing against other female athletes from around the region, pushing themselves to new heights and striving for personal bests.
Our five female athletes are not going to the Powerlifting Meet alone – they will be expertly coached by our very own Coach Ayse and Coach Rachel. These experienced coaches have been working closely with our athletes for months, helping them refine their technique, build strength and endurance, and develop the mental toughness needed to succeed at a high-stakes competition like this.
Coach Ayse and Coach Rachel will be there every step of the way, providing encouragement, guidance, and support to our athletes as they push themselves to new heights. We are incredibly grateful for their hard work and dedication, and we know that our athletes are in the best possible hands with these two amazing coaches at their side.
To our athletes, Coach Ayse, and Coach Rachel: we are proud to have you represent Cherokee Barbell Strength & Nutrition at the Ladies of Iron Powerlifting Meet. Go out there and show the world what you’re made of – we have every confidence in your abilities, and we will be cheering you on every step of the way!
The Cherokee Barbell Open Weightlifting Meet is an exciting event that brings together weightlifters of all ages and skill levels. This year’s event will take place on May 13th and is an opportunity for athletes to compete and potentially qualify for the Youth, Junior, or Senior Nationals.
Not only is the Cherokee Barbell Open Weightlifting Meet a great opportunity for competitive weightlifters, but it also serves as a platform to encourage youth athletes to get involved in the sport. The organizers are dedicated to providing opportunities for all athletes in the GA WSO, regardless of their financial situation. Therefore, For all YOUTH ATHLETES, there is no cost to participate in the event, making it accessible to YOUTH ATHLETES who may not have had the chance to compete otherwise.
The competition will be divided into age categories, and each athlete will have three attempts to lift the maximum weight possible in both the snatch and clean and jerk events. The competition will follow the rules and regulations of USA Weightlifting, ensuring a fair and safe environment for all competitors.
In addition to the exciting competition, the Cherokee Barbell Open Weightlifting Meet is a great opportunity to meet and network with other weightlifters and coaches from the area. Participants can learn from one another, share their experiences, and build a sense of community within the weightlifting world.
Overall, the Cherokee Barbell Open Weightlifting Meet is an event not to be missed. Whether you’re a seasoned weightlifter looking to qualify for Nationals or a beginner interested in trying the sport for the first time, this event is a great way to get involved in the weightlifting community and take your skills to the next level.
Reflect on the last time you decided to lose weight by starting a diet.
What did that look like? Did it include some type of restriction that led you to constantly thinking about or craving that food?
Over 80% of diets end in regaining the weight and it isn’t because you have a lack of will power. It’s because the standard diet that glamorizes restriction ISN’T setting you up for long-term success.
At CBSN, we know that the key to long-term success is focusing in on what we can add first. We also know that while it can be simple, it’s a daunting task, especially with all the misinformation out there!
This is why we are excited to share this announcement with you!
During this FREE nutrition talk, we will discuss the following:
- Why diets fail
- 5 comfort foods and healthy swaps
- Frequently asked questions
If you are looking for health alternatives for:
See you on MAY 20, 2023 9:30 AM EST >> REGISTER HERE
Attention all weightlifters and community members! We wanted to let you know that we will not be hosting our monthly open house this May.
We’ve been working hard to bring you the best possible gym experience and have decided to take a break this month to recharge. But don’t worry, we’ll be back in June with more opportunities to learn about Olympic weightlifting, powerlifting, and nutrition.
However, please note that our team will still be training on Saturdays as part of their regular schedule, and we invite you to drop in and join us if you’d like!
The drop-in fee is $20, and it’s a great opportunity to work out with our experienced team and have FUN! Thank you for your understanding and support
We would like to inform you that we will be closed on Memorial Day May 29th Monday to honor and remember our nation’s heroes who sacrificed their lives for our freedom. We kindly ask all of our members to arrange their workout/training schedules accordingly. We hope you have a safe and enjoyable holiday with loved ones. We will resume normal business hours on Tuesday, May 30th
Thank you for your understanding and let us all take a moment to reflect on the sacrifices made by our brave men and women.