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Weight Training For a Better Body
Many women worry that weight training will somehow transform them into a man, so they spend hours doing cardio in order to maintain their "feminine" figure. The truth is, women just don't have the testosterone to gain muscle mass like men. Women's testosterone levels are a fraction of men's. That means you are going to have to work hard for that muscle!.
There are women, typically professional bodybuilders, who look masculine. It takes many, many years and tons of food, and often times steroids, to achieve the type of muscularity you are afraid of. Unless you have goals of becoming the next star in female bodybuilding, you don't ever need to worry about looking too masculine.
What strength training with will do is increase your lean muscle mass, shape, and tone. The more muscle you have, the more calories your body will burn and the better metabolism you will generally have. You muscle is your metabolism! The more calories you burn, the leaner you'll get. Increased muscle mass will also add shape to your arms, take inches from your tummy, and even add some roundness to your booty! When women's magazines talk about "tone," they're really talking about building muscle.
Strength training can be intimidating
Gyms are full of weird-looking machines & equipment you don't know how to use. Most of us are new to the world of weights and walk into a gym feeling immediately overwhelmed. There's so much going on it's difficult to even know where to begin! So I am going to break it down in to smaller steps so you can walk into any gym with some sense of confidence and start a simple but effective strength training program today!
Ladies you must step away from the cardio machines if you truly want to transform your health, metabolism, and body!
My Simple Foundational Lifts Guide offers everything you need to walk into the gym with confidence so you can start building your happiest, strongest, best self.
We've done all the prep for you—all you have to do is follow along!