Fitness And Bodybuilding For Women

Most of us like to keep fit, and many of us go to our local gym to help us maintain our figures… but what do most of us do? spend the entire time on the treadmill or cross trainer trying to burn off the calories that we believe will help woman-lifting-weightsus to improve our bodies and make us look great and feel better about ourselves..

For many of us, the thought of lifting weights, or in fact any form of resistance training fills us with dread… most of us don’t want to end up like a female version of Arnie and believing that weight training will do that to us – we usually give it a wide berth.

Lifting weights occasionally will not make you into a muscle bound hulk… this is a fact... if you train couple of times a week and include a bit of weight training into your exercise regime, you will not end up more muscular than your husband or boyfriend, you will however become fitter, more healthier, toned and as sexy as hell..



There are of course, women who, as an exception to the rule, work and train like men each and every day, and they manage to build truly muscular figures… 2 great examples are Britain’s Jodi Marsh and Canada’s Tara Silzer

Overall.. by incorporating some weight work into your training regime you can achieve many benefits – and you don’t have to become  bodybuilding champion to enjoy the benefits..

Choose The Correct Supplements

To keep yourself fit, toned and sexy, you need to be using some supplementation alongside your workouts… a good protein shake will help your muscle tone improve and speed muscle recovery after your workouts, a good fat burner will help you lose any unwanted body fat without losing the muscle tone that you have worked so hard to achieve and a decent pre-workout supplement will give you the additional energy required to push you to the max in the gym.

Remember – You don’t have to end up like a female version of the hulk.. but you can feel and look fitter, sexier and more alive that you ever have by working out regularly….




The information in this website is for advice and guidance only. It is based on my own intensive research and personal experiences, and is not intended in any way to replace professional medical advice, or to diagnose or treat any health conditions. All rights reserved.