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Powered by Tonal: These Athletes Are Inspiring a New Definition of Strength

Serena Williams Redefines Strength With Tonal

Strength isn’t what it used to be—not for any of us and not for 23-time Grand Slam champion Serena Williams. It’s not just about lifting weight. It’s not about carving a chiseled physique. And it’s never been something you should be ashamed of owning. 

To be your strongest means embracing your inner strength because it can unlock your true potential. It goes beyond the physical. It’s a mental match fortified by commitment and resilience.

Own Your Strength

Over her 27-year professional career, Williams has earned more major titles in singles, doubles, and mixed doubles than any other active player. That doesn’t come without embracing new ways to train. With Tonal, Williams is able to leverage best-in-class technology that offers unique data and performance tracking, join a diverse community of athletes, and continue challenging herself every day. Williams has proven, over and over, that as an elite athlete, a wife, a mom, and a businesswoman, she’s ready for any challenge that comes her way.

Serena Williams training on Tonal with the quote: "In this long career, it's a different way to train ... It challenged me, challenged my muscles, and it made me a lot stronger."

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