Does Lifting Weights Make Women Look Less Feminine? (Part 2) : - Female bodybuilders

Wednesday, July 15, 2020

Does Lifting Weights Make Women Look Less Feminine? (Part 2) :

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Does Lifting Weights Make Women Look Less Feminine? (Part 2)

While it is possible for a guy to build muscle quickly and easily, this isn't the case for women. But why is that? It all comes down to hormones. Testosterone is the main hormone that is responsible for building muscle, and while women do have some testosterone, it is no way near the level of males. Therefore it stands to reason that they can build some muscle, but not as much or as quick as guys.

So what does happen when women lift weights? They build muscle slowly which will help to improve their physique. More muscle tissue in the legs make the thighs and bum more shapely, and more development of the arms can help the fight against bingo wings. Building muscle tissue in the shoulders and back will create the illusion of a smaller waist and help create the hourglass fugue.


But what about body fat? While lifting weight will burn calories, the only way to lose body fat is to set up a calorie deficit, through a well-structured nutrition program, as mentioned in a previous blog "the one diet that actually works". If you decide you want to look more toned and therefore diet really hard to lose fat, with little muscle underneath, ultimately you end up with a skeleton. However, with some well-defined muscle, you will create that toned and "wonder woman" physique you are after.

So to conclude, women should lift weights as it will lead to the physique many women are after by building "toned" muscle and helping lose fat to get you in the best shape.
Does Lifting Weights Make Women Look Less Feminine? (Part 2)
Does Lifting Weights Make Women Look Less Feminine? (Part 2)
Does Lifting Weights Make Women Look Less Feminine? (Part 2)
Does Lifting Weights Make Women Look Less Feminine? (Part 2)
Does Lifting Weights Make Women Look Less Feminine? (Part 2)


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