I think nobody would like have a fat body.No matter at what time, women do not forget to lose weight.
It Transforms women Health
Being fit is the best thing I can do for my body,” says Lauren, who follows a PHUL routine (four days of lifting per week, each dedicated to power, hypertrophy, upper body, lower body) . “I have a lot of health issues, and my doctors are thrilled with how well weight lifting is working for me and my overall health.”
It Makes You Feel Feminine
This mom of two went from soft to rock hard, thanks to squats, power cleans, bench presses, and lots of deadlifts. “I am very, very proud that I recently deadlifted 10 pounds over my body weight,” Megan says. “When I first started working out I just wanted to be thin—I had a goal and I hit it but wasn’t satisfied. I felt frail and got a lot of comments about it. Lifting has made me feel strong and confident. I feel more womanly than I ever have in my life.”
It Makes the Skinny Arm Pose a Thing of the Past
This girl’s got guns. And they are smoking hot. “Lifting heavy has helped me in more ways than one,” Tiffany says. “I have a confidence now that never existed when I was just skin and bones.”
It Zaps the Baby Weight
Squats, hip thrusts, triceps dips, hammer curls, Arnold presses, rows, and tons of lateral shoulder raises have helped this new mom become healthier than ever. “Pregnancy really did a number on my body. I went from 130 pounds to 200 pounds and started my fitness transformation at 185 pounds,” Amberly says. “Now, I just want to show my daughter that women can be a strong, muscular badass, and that it’s not just about being thin. Seeing her try to mimic me has been a highlight of motherhood.”
It Makes You Love Your Body
“Lifting has changed my body in more than one way. Before, I was 150 pounds of no muscle, and I wasn’t happy with my body. Now, I’m 130 pounds, but can squat 180, deadlift 225, and bench 110,” Leah says. “Lifting has allowed me to love my body and be proud of what it can accomplish.”
It Banishes Belly Fat
“When I first started trying to lose weight, I realized that just doing cardio would help me lose weight, but it wouldn’t give me any definition. So I’ve focused on weight lifting instead, really zoning in on three big lifts: the deadlift, squat, and bench press,” Shannon says. “Lifting heavy has transformed my body, not into that of a bulky man, but into a leaner, stronger woman.”
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