The effects of weight training on the female body have created an immense debate amongst women throughout the whole fitness realm, a lot of women argue that weight training shouldn’t be practiced by females and should instead be only used by men because of the “negative” side effects it may produce. The reality is that weight training is one of the best tools available known to both men and women that burns fat and builds muscle at the same time, weight training generates health benefits that no other physical activity can match and that’s why the bodybuilding and fitness world keeps growing and an exponential rate, women should be encouraged to weight train and take their physiques to a place they have never been before.
Fat Loss and Muscle Building
Weight Training made its way into the mainstream just recently but not many know that the sport as a whole has been around since the early 1900’s, it’s no secret that the sport has evolved and progressed since then, but it’s still popular for the same reason; it can help anyone and everyone achieve their ultimate physique and overall wellbeing. Weight Training was originally known as a showcase of strength, the first generation of weightlifters noticed that training with heavy amounts of weight made their bodies perform better and their muscles at the same time became larger.
Weight Training rapidly transformed and developed itself into the sport we have today, the machines and technology inside the training facilities we have all around the world can’t be compared to what Bodybuilders and fitness enthusiasts used to reach their goals just a few decades ago. Weight Training has been scientifically tested and proven to burn a great amount of calories resulting in fat burning, if weight training is performed correctly you will lose fat and gain muscle at the same time, no other sport in the world can do that.
The human body works just like a machine, in order for it to function properly it needs the right components and the right fuel, if the human body wants to maintain a stable and healthy balance it needs to be fed accordingly. It’s really common to see a great amount of women trying out new kinds of diets and pills that simply don’t work, the vast majority of today’s society think that in order to lose weight they must reduce their caloric intake, this is false and can be potentially dangerous.