Building Muscle Women, The Same Objective As Men, But a Different Approach (Part 1) - Female bodybuilders

Friday, May 15, 2020

Building Muscle Women, The Same Objective As Men, But a Different Approach (Part 1)

No other sport in the world consumes as much time and effort in preparation for competition as does bodybuilding. Many people don't even realize bodybuilding is considered a sport. The intense training required to build a musclewoman or muscleman is what makes it a sport.

Tremendous effort is required to build a body suitable for showing. The goal men's and women's bodybuilding have in common is bodily perfection, but the approach is different for each sex, due to the anatomical and metabolic differences.

Without chemical assistance, the female body is not able to attain the massive bulk of the male body. The exercises and natural diet produce different results in male and female bodybuilders.

Of course musclewomen still lift weights, eat strict high-protein diets and take natural supplements just like their male counterparts. Their bodies respond with excellent conditioning and well-defined musculature, as well as the ever-popular "six-pack", but without the heavier muscle size of male competitors.


Bodybuilding for women has gone through several phases. In the beginning of serious women's bodybuilding, the goal was to attain a smooth, shapely figure. Eventually this evolved into the grotesque, massive muscular developed attainable only by the use of anabolic steroids and male growth hormones. Not only was this very dangerous, some of the female bodybuilders became so huge and overly muscular, they looked more like their male counterparts.

At the present, fortunately, the emphasis has come to a happy medium - a more natural look for female bodybuilders. The perform quite a few resistance exercises that provide muscularity and definition, but lets them look like supremely perfect women, instead of men.

Becoming a musclewoman begins with weights and resistance training. At least once a week, you have to work out every major muscle group to the point of utter exhaustion. Women's bodies, however, are different than men's, and the desired shape of their upper and lower bodies require different exercises.

↪ Building Muscle Women, The Same Objective As Men, But a Different Approach (Part 2)
Building Muscle Women, The Same Objective As Men, But a Different Approach (Part 1)
Building Muscle Women, The Same Objective As Men, But a Different Approach (Part 1)
Building Muscle Women, The Same Objective As Men, But a Different Approach (Part 1)
Building Muscle Women, The Same Objective As Men, But a Different Approach (Part 1)
Building Muscle Women, The Same Objective As Men, But a Different Approach (Part 1)


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