Building Muscle Women, The Same Objective As Men, But a Different Approach (Part 2) : - Female bodybuilders

Thursday, May 14, 2020

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

Unlike men, more emphasis is put on hip flexors, adductors and abductors in the inner and outer thighs, while squats and thigh-biceps curls sculpt the quadriceps and hamstrings, and calf raises finish the lower body.

In the upper body, women's chest muscles are worked with machine presses or barbells, machine or dumbbell flies, arm work, and, of course, shoulder presses.

An experienced musclewoman can lift and impressive amount of weight in each workout. The arms are pumped with dumbbell and barbell curls, triceps press-downs, and French presses on the bench.

The other integral part of building a musclewoman is nutrition. Her diet should consist of 25% protein, 40% complex carbs, and the balance should be made up of fats and fibers, which are used to rebuild and repair tissue damaged during intensive workouts.


Also important in nutrition are dietary supplements. Amino acids help burn fat and metabolize protein. Protein powder mixed with raw milk, and plenty of eggs, which are the single best source of usable protein.

Kelp and desiccated liver supplements provide a concentrated protein boost, and soluble oils such as wheat germ oil to help with endurance and energy.

The final aspect of women's bodybuilding is competition. Because women's bodies are different from men's, they are also displayed to best advantage differently, for the most part. Female bodybuilders do use some of the traditionally male poses, such as flexing the shoulders, arms, and back, but women's poses are usually more graceful and meant to highlight the well-developed female body at its apex.

To sum it up, building a musclewoman takes a lot of work, just as does building a muscleman, although the approach is somewhat different. It takes into account the differences in the female form and metabolism. However, the results of the efforts are absolutely as astonishing as those of men!


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