All body builders have one thing in common, losing weight, gaining muscle or having a toned great body but one thing is different, we all have different kinds of bodies. For instance men body builders and women body builders maybe working towards the same results but need different approaches to get there because our bodies are different. Women can only be able to handle certain weights than men and therefore need varying workouts compared to men.
Strength training is effective part of a woman's workout routine. It won't produce bulky bodies, instead it will form strong and shapely muscles that are sexy and useful. Standard strength training programs are time efficient, only two, half-hour exercise sessions per week will yield an awesome returns on this investment of time. Because woman have much less testosterone and are genetically predisposed to build muscle in a different way than men, there is no reason to worry about bulking up, or gaining a masculine physique.
The female bodybuilder is a polarizing figure. Just like many politicians, most people either love her, or hate her. There are small pockets of fans who adore the sport of female bodybuilding. This fringe group, often affectionately referred to as “schmoes”, are notorious for the fees they pay for monthly membership on their sites, the gifts and donations they deliver, and the rabid devotion they have to the sport. On the other hand, the vast majority of the population often describes female bodybuilding as disgusting or un-natural. Female bodybuilders are often seen on television in stereotypical, unflattering roles. Eager to earn a paycheck in an acting field of limited demand, female bodybuilders accept the starring acting roles to pay the bills, while at the same time perpetuating negative stereotypes about their own sport.
Nowadays a lot of people are turning to bodybuilding because is has plenty of benefits. Body building helps a person improve his health by boosting there immune system. Body building also slows down the aging process by controlling the adverse effects associated with aging such as; low sex drive, increase in the amount fat, decrease in muscle tissue, weakening of the bones leading to osteoporosis, high cholesterol levels, high blood pressure, and general loss of energy and virility.
Q: Why are lunges downed so badly as chick exercises? I did some the other day and my legs were destroyed! Yet, I don’t know where to fit them into my current routine, really, or which ones to do – barbell or dumbbell, walking or stationary. Any advices on how to best use them?