Why women should Work Out?

7. 4. 2018

Although many people consider weightlifting as only a means to add size, when compared to head-to-head or against cardiovascular exercise, resistance training comes out on top in the battle to burn calories. The huge advantage of weight training is your body's ability to burn fat during and after exercise. After a heavy bought of strength training, you continue to consume additional oxygen in the hours and even days that follow. When your body uses more oxygen, it requires more caloric expenditure and an increased metabolic rate.


As you increase strength and lean muscle mass, your body uses calories more efficiently. Daily muscle contractions from a simple blink to a heavy squat contribute to how many calories you burn in a given day. Sitting burns fewer calories than standing; standing burns fewer than walking, and walking burns fewer than strength training. The more muscle contractions you experience during a day, the more calories you'll burn. If you have more lean muscle mass, you'll have more muscle contractions and thus burn more calories.


As you build muscle, your body begins to take a nice hourglass shape. Though endurance exercise can help you lose weight, that weight comes in the form of both fat and muscle tissue. If you're losing both fat and muscle, you can lose those lovely curves as well. Strength training can help create and sustain them.

*note to
WOMEN WHO ARE AFRAID TO LIFT WEIGHTS just because they are afraid, they will become more to muscular, or too manly.

Women should stop being so afraid of weight lifting -They will NEVER just wake up and look like a huge bodybuilder, and will never get “manly” muscles or develop a bulky masculine body. Women can work out just like a guy, with big heavy free weights, and low reps, and do big manly exercises like the bench press, squats, deadlifts and pull-ups and any other exercise most women purposely keep out of their workouts. Women can train like this for years and years and set up their diet to support as much muscle growth as possible, and they still won’t be able to get as freakishly big as they fear they will. It just can’t happen! Women can certainly build muscle and get stronger. However, no matter how hard they try, their bodies just lack the physiological requirements to be as big and muscular as many women are scared of becoming.


The fundamental error that happens to many women during their fitness journey, is that they do not consider the difference between being fit, muscular, strong or all of it together.
With a stated goal in advance, a girl alone or under the supervision of a trainer should follow a strict plan to shape or build the muscle mass properly according to that plan.

In the picture above, we have pointed out the body parts, which make the essential differences in the body structure and mainly the perception of the surroundings.
It is mainly body parts such as TRAPS, ARMS (biceps and triceps), WIDE WAIST or BIG QUADS, those women should primarily pay attention to, because,  this simply make a huge difference on a woman’s body. 


Exercise, in general, is a great way to manage stress. Researchers have consistently found that those who regularly strength train tend to manage stress better and experience fewer adverse reactions to stressful situations as those who do not exercise. In addition, resistance-training studies on older adults show that moderate-intensity weightlifting improves memory and cognitive function. 

Women, if you want help with workouts, or if you want join to our online workout plan, don´t hesitate to contact us!

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