What image comes to mind when you think of Weight Lifting?
It’s clear that muscles have a significance among the male community, but women prefer to retain a sense of feminineness.
That’s cool with me, because some of the most feminine looking women use weights for physical activity.
Hips don’t lie.
The 0.7 :: 1.0 Waist / Hip ratio is one of the most prized ideals of womanhood.
As swaggering as it sounds, this type of waist/hip ratio can grab the attention of any… simple man.
Ah, of course it’s not for men, but for you, lady.
The Magic Bullet Exercises:
1. Lunges and lunge variations (Glutes, hips, quads, hamstrings, fat loss)
Lunges and its variations will stabilize, balance, and develop the hip and leg musculature.
A few weeks of dedicated lunges can make a significant improvement in the fitness, ability, and feminine appearance of a woman.
Lunge variations are such as… backwards, to the side, to a platform, etc.
2. The Plank (abs, core, waist)
This is not actually a weighted exercise because all it involves is your body weight. It will develop the core in a functional way, which can tighten your belly and keep you injury-free simultaneously.
3. Single Leg Deadlift (Hamstrings, glutes, lower back, fat loss)
You don’t see this too often in the gym, but when you do see it… you’ll know it. And you’ll know that it works. This is a highly functional exercise that develops the hamstrings and glutes in a balanced way.
Since the exercise is single-legged, you use less weight for greater benefit and helps to keep your lower back strong and healthy. Less weight for more benefit also means there will be less overall “growth stimulus” so you can have ZERO worry about looking like a professional male bodybuilder.
The Fact is that Weights have many benefits for women.
The question is, do you have the dedication?
Best to all, and good luck.