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Reasons Women Should Do Make Strength Exercise

Numerous women take part in weight preparing and working out activities since they like the difficulties of the game and need to acquire the immense advantages of this type of wellness activity. This sort of activity can be performed with weight preparing machines, free weights or body weight works out. At the point when done legitimately, which is to say in a high force style, ladies will observe it to be generally as valuable and pretty much as requesting as it is for men.

Traditionally weight training, strength training and bodybuilding was an area that was dominated by men. This has completely changed in the last few decades. With the tremendous fitness boom that started in the 1970s, women as well as men have benefited from regular exercise. Weight training and strength training for women has gained tremendously in popularity but some women still are reluctant to perform this very helpful method of exercise.

One of the main benefits of muscle strength training is that you build more muscle which leads to burning more fat. With women this does not mean large increases in muscle mass but simply stronger and firmer muscles. Many women mistakenly believe that developing stronger muscles with high intensity exercise will yield unwanted results such as larger and bulkier muscles and an unfeminine body structure. It is unfortunate that his fallacy prevents many from engaging in strength training for women.

It is ironic but the very result that most women desire is achieved by the type of exercise that many women avoid. The vast majority of women will state that reducing their body fat level is one of their primary fitness goals. By making the major muscle groups stronger, a woman will be increasing her metabolic rate which means more calories are being used at all times. Active (stronger) muscle tissue simply burns more calories. Strength training and building stronger muscles will increase the metabolism which will result in a reduction of body fat. High intensity training, when done properly, will have a tremendous effect in this area. Maximum benefit will result when proper exercise technique and a high intensity effort is performed.The bottom line is that when you build more muscle you also burn off more fat.

It is unfortunate that even some women who regularly engage in weight training workouts fail to work as hard as they should and end up getting little benefit from their exercise efforts. Using proper form and exercising until the muscle group is fully fatigued is needed to stimulate strength gains.

As surprising as it may seem to some people, strength training for women should not be significantly different then it is for men. Both men and women have the same muscle structure. The function of the major muscle groups are the same in both sexes. The number of muscles and the movements they perform are the same for men and women.The method of stimulating a muscle to get stronger with exercise and then adapting to that stimulus is actually the same in men and women. When a man or a woman develops stronger muscles they both receive important benefits such as increased metabolism, increased athletic performance, body fat reduction and improved physical capabilities. Since the functions of the muscles are identical than it stands to reason that the way they are made stronger through exercise works the same way.

Some of the differences in the workout results between men and women are due to the difference in genetic body structure and natural hormonal levels. Most men have a body structure that has a larger cross section of muscle mass to begin with, hence overall natural body strength. The hormone testosterone in males plays a large role in allowing muscles to get larger as they get stronger. On the other hand, generally a woman has the ability to make a muscle stronger without the muscle size increasing as much. This is one of the reasons why strength training for women will usually not result in large, bulky muscles like it does with some males. Very few women have the ability to build a significant amount of muscle mass. Everyone, male or female, has a unique genetic body structure that largely determine their physique and their response to exercise.