Saturday, June 22, 2019

The Truths About Female Muscle Building (Part 1) :

The Truths About Female Muscle Building (Part 1)
When you think about building muscle, the first thing that usually comes to mind is an attractive male in the gym pumping large amounts of iron. While this thought is true, there are also a large number of women who are interested in female muscle building. Female body builders do have an uphill battle against nature due to the way estrogen functions in the body, but with hard work and dedication, a muscular you is only a dumbbell away. And anyway female muscle building does not mean losing your feminity, it is about building a toned and muscular body.

Female Fitness Goals

If a person dedicates herself to regular practice, then any goal can be reached, the same methodology applies to female muscle building. Motivation in any form, patience and dedication are the main ingredients to the body building recipe. Aside from these, you need proper formulations to help build mass on top of burning fat.

Reps in Body Building

A lot of ladies think that by doing heavy training such as doing nine to thirteen reps per set will bulk you up. Cutting that number in half is all that is really needed. Quantity is not quality, this applies to female muscle building and to everything else. The fibers of muscles that have the most power also have the highest amount of growth. The main way to stimulate that growth is with a power zone set of three to six repetitions. Light weights are fine when you are just starting out, but to increase mass, you will also need to increase to amount of the weights that you lift. How you lift is also important, there is a great benefit to challenging yourself lift more weight on a regular basis. Of course, always take care not to over stress yourself. You should be able to complete every set, the human body is very clever, if you are able to complete sets of certain weights all the time, the body doesn't tell the muscles to create new mass. By adding more weight, you are forcing your body to meet the demand and create more mass to compensate.

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