Tuesday, March 30, 2021

Facts About Muscle Building for Women (Part 1) :

It's common to come across articles, videos, and any information about body building. But most of these are geared towards men. While there is a big percentage of men who are interested in building muscles and weight training, only a small number of women go for similar workout goals. Oftentimes, they simply want to lose weight, tone their curves, or get abs but not exactly on building bulges or what others usually refer to as getting "ripped". If you fall under that small percentage of women interested in bodybuilding, knowing some vital information may help you achieve workout goals effectively. Here are some information about muscle building for women.



Many wonder if women should workout differently from men to build muscles. Many experts believe there should not be any specific difference in workout, but results will always vary due to the difference between the male and female physical makeup, capacity, and responses to bodybuilding. Men generally have more muscle mass and less fat than women. To be able to build muscles, women need to reduce carbohydrates and increase protein intake in the process. That is why many experts recommend that women watch their overall caloric intake to achieve better results. The best part, however, is that women have a higher capacity to burn fats than men, making low-carb diets more effective for females. However, lessening total caloric intake too much will also slow down muscle formation. It is effective to have more protein in diet and lower percentage of carbohydrates and fats in total calorie count.

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