Don’t have Time To Train?  I don’t believe you.

If you want to train, you will make time or find time.  Spend less time on the Internet, watching TV and doing other things to fill the gaps in your day.  Wake up 20 minutes early.  Train during your lunch break, after work or late at night.

Don’t feel like it?  Do it anyway.  It’s easy to make excuses.  You’ll feel better if you train.

Not sure how to get started?  No problem.  You can read the Internet, listen to others at the gym, experiment on your own or ask for help.  With the excess information out there, you can read everything and not know where to start.  I’d love to help…Contact me for online programming.  It’s Time to Train!



Tracy Zimmer is an Assistant Strength & Conditioning Coach at the University of Pennsylvania.  She is responsible for programming Men’s Lacrosse, Track & Field, Men and Women’s Squash, Women’s Rowing, Women’s Tennis, and assists with Football.  Zimmer is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS), USA Weightlifting Level 1 Sports Performance Coach, USA Track & Field Level 1 Coach, Functional Movement Screen (Level 1) Certified Coach, and is an HKC (Hardstyle Kettlebell Certified) Instructor.

Zimmer earned her Bachelor’s of Science in Kinesiology from Temple University in 2010.  She also earned her Master’s from Temple in Psychology of Human Movement (Sport Psychology) in 2014.  While at Temple, she was a member of the women’s lacrosse team and a two-time team captain.  As a senior, she was named first-team All-Atlantic 10 and earned a spot on the conference’s All-Tournament Team.

Zimmer has competed in powerlifting and bodybuilding.  In 2010 she set the USAPL Pennsylvania State squat record (182.5kg) weighing 148.  She finished first in the NPC women’s bodybuilding middleweight class at the Steve Stone NY Metropolitan Championships in April 2013.

In addition, Zimmer is the author of Train Like an Athlete, and co-editor of Jim Steel’s book, Steel Reflections.  Both books are available here.  Numerous training articles she has written can be found on Basbarbell.com.  Zimmer has been a contributor to James Steel’s Bas’ Barbell Club, LLC since it was established in 2010.


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