Using protein supplements is often seen only necessary for males or those looking to gain huge bulk in muscle. However this is untrue as we all require protein in varying amounts depending on the demands we put on the body. Often the amount of protein our bodies require from training is more than what we can provide in our everyday diet. To enable full recovery of our muscle and maximize muscle growth that will tone and define, protein supplements might well be the answer. Here is a quick guide to protein for women.
10 reps, OK, done! Is it? Whether you’ve joined a gym, Googled a workout or been given a workout program you are no doubt familiar with sets and reps, that is the number of sets and repetitions of an exercise to perform.
If you’re going for 12 reps (this kind of rep range is quite common, it’s bang in the middle of strength & hypertrophy so you’ll likely see it a lot for generic programs) then if you’ve executed 12 repetitions and you could have done 13 or worse, more………
Then….Your weight’s not heavy enough!
Weight training is this super scary, underworld activity performed by huge muscle bound men and looking at a dumbbell is enough to build huge muscles! The truth is, as any man will know who’s tried to gain muscle, it’s not quite so easy.
Weight training is an excellent way to reduce body fat, tone up, firm up and increase muscular strength and fitness. If you are a women concerned about using weights for your workout or to lose weight, it’s time to think again, it’s one of the most effective methods to stimulate weight loss and maintain your desired weight.
The difference between the huge weight lifters and women wanting to lose weight and tone up. When it comes to training it’s all about freqancy & intensity or more simply reps, sets & weight. Its how we train not the training that will dictate muscle size, tone and strength.