Why Female Abs Take Longer (Part 1) : - Female bodybuilders

Wednesday, February 26, 2020

Why Female Abs Take Longer (Part 1) :

Why Female Abs Take Longer (Part 1)
Many women today want to define their female abs and other focus areas, without gaining visible body mass or changing their overall contour. Health, appearance, and size are all considerations for this.

While most of us want to see the results of our efforts in the mirror, we are not professional body builders. Looking like a professional body builder is usually more results than desired.

Women really don't usually have to worry about over building. Unless you do extreme bodybuilding, or take professional bulking supplements, you will never get the "Mr. Universe" type physique.


Certain areas of the body are more resistant to definition than others. Studies on exercise results between men and women show that men and women metabolize differently. While doctors are not completely sure why this happens, they suspect that the difference is hormonal.

The wall of the abdomen in females of normal weight is still naturally covered with a layer of fat. When you burn fat in the body, you lose weight, but you do not necessarily gain mass. Because the body does not convert free fatty acids into muscle, fat enters the bloodstream and diminishes over time. If you are older and menopausal, this can translate into changes in the heart and blood pressure.

While moderate exercise is great for everyone, intensive isolations, such as female ab development, should be approached along with another, more general, program of exercise to gradually build stamina and cardiovascular health.

On the other hand, while female abs are harder to define, men are more prone to hernias in that body region.

↪ Why Female Abs Take Longer (Part 2)


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