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Strength Training For Women - Starting Tips

Posted Nov 22 2009 6:48pm

Female Strength Training – 4 Tips to Help You with Female Strength Training

To many women they feel that female strength training is not something for them and is not something they want to take part in. Only because they feel they will bulk up and that their body will start to look like a man.

But I am here to tell you that, not only is strength training the best thing that a woman could do to become lean and strong, but it will help you to lose weight twice as fast and help you to tone your love handles and trim those inches a lot quicker.  

And no, you will not bulk up in fact a woman’s body is not even genetically possible to get to that point with out the help of some outside factors, such as supplements and lots of them.

Here are my five tips to help you get started with using weights and incorporating resistance training into your daily routine.

1.Start with light weights - By using light weights you will feel less intimidated and it gives you a chance to get a feel for the equipment.

2.Start Slow- Don’t try to rush into everything and push yourself to hard if you are new to resistance training, it will feel different. So take your time so that you will not discouraged

3.Ask Questions- If you need help ask questions and get help. Do not try to do something that you do not know how to do. Locate your local gym and speak to a trainer that is certified and give you some in life tips.

4.Use Workout Videos – There are some awesome videos out there that can help you when it comes to working out starting out with lifting weights and getting in shape.

When you are new to a different way of working out, it can be challenging, however it is the challenge that will get you out of your workout plateaus and push you into losing and getting tone a whole lot quicker!

I reccomend you visist Workout Routine Schedules to Get a Guide to Learning more about Female Strength Training.‘

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