MEET BLOC EXCLUSIVE COACH
Passionate about helping you build your best self, Rebekah is best matched with anyone who is serious about self-improvement—no matter the goal. A veteran coach, experienced with all ages.
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Training with injuries or disabilities
Advanced programming for powerlifting, strength lifting, olympic lifting
Prenatal, postnatal and stress incontinence programming
Preparation for sport
Mentor for new coaches
Rebekah has set a high standard for coaching. As one of Barbell Logic’s most veteran coaches, she has become far more than just a master of correcting movement patterns, she is also a master at establishing strong relationships with her clients and is one of our more established educators in the Barbell Logic Academy.
Having worked as a Physical Therapy Assistant for fifteen years, she brings a high level of experience to the team and to her clients with an expert eye for recognizing movements that may be causing pain. Between that and her 6 years of experience as a strength coach, she has quite the arsenal for guiding lifters to work around pain or setbacks to continue to build strength.
After a collegiate soccer career, Bekah spent eight years coaching high school girls basketball. Her observations throughout her career as a therapist and as a coach led her to the pursuit of strength training to ensure the reversal of both her client’s atrophy and her own. Bekah does this through highly individualized programming and communication to stay aligned on important goals and life factors. She is a Precision Nutrition Level 1 coach and has worked with many clients to achieve body composition changes.
Bekah has written for Barbell Logic and most enjoys spreading the message that “anyone can get stronger- and the investment is worth it.” A message she and fellow BLOC Staff Coach, Caleb Krieg preach at their gym Krieg Strength in Holland, Michigan. Bekah works with clients from age 12- 74, teaching barbell training to both couch potatoes, record-holding competitive powerlifters, and college athletes alike.
Current Lift PRs: Squat 295, Deadlift 345, Bench 215, Press 125, Power Clean 165
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Learn from Bekah about the pathway to coaching and living a life of strength.