Easing into weight lifting as a woman is much different than starting out as a man. This article will tell you a female friendly process to get started with the bench press in a way that is quick, safe, easy and fun!
It is very true that “exercise alone is not enough” to change your body.
In fact, exercise alone is hardly anything. For instance, one study demonstrated that you can exercise as hard as possible (say, 5 times a week for 16 weeks with an Olympic Conditioning coach), but will only see marginal results (about 1.5 measly lbs of fat loss) if you don’t also change the way you eat!
How to Squat Like a Woman
Weight lifting is not just for men. In fact, women can use weight lifting with moderate cardio and a proper diet to lose fat and preserve their calorie burning muscle. Remember, losing fat will not shape your body. If you want a more curvy athletic build you need to at least maintain, and preferably build more muscle. Weight training can help you do this.
You will not get bulky or muscular unless you are taking steroids.
In a previous article I discussed how a woman can learn to bench press. In this post you will learn how to safely ease yourself into the squat.
I recently polled over 200 college women and asked:
“If you could fix just one part of your body what would it be?”
Well, the results are in…
In the previous article I gave you a great ab workout for women in order to get those core muscle in shape. Now that you have that working for you, you’re gonna need to burn off some fat so you and everybody you want to impress can see them.
Read on to learn four simple changes you can make immediately to start burning more fat and get that flat belly you want.
A lot of women want a flatter stomach. If you’re one of them, then this post is for you!
I’m going to give you great ab workouts for women to put an end to unwanted belly pudge once and for all.
Tonight at the gym, I noticed two young women crunching and crunching and crunching… bobbing their heads up and down off a mat for over 10 minutes at least. This happens all the time, but I felt particularly compelled to liberate these two girls from their useless “ab routine”. And so, I stopped my squat set early to save the girls a lot of time, frustration, and neck/back pain later in life…
“Do you girls know that crunches don’t work?”
4 Belly Fat Myths that May be Holding You Back:
Who says women can’t be stronger than men?…all you need is a little confidence and the willingness to try something new
Here’s a video of me box squatting 200 pounds…over twice my bodyweight…for a warm-up set of 3 reps.