Weightlifting has an amazing purpose, it can fit in with most people with different needs and goals. You can find hundreds and hundreds of articles about how to lose weight, how to shape up and trim down but it is really hard to find editorials on how to add size or weight gain for women.
Many articles have been published in both magazines and online about mass training but most of them are written by men for men. I thought I would change this path and reach out to the women out there that either have a hard time to gain weight, to achieve more curves to their bodies, but also to the more serious athlete who wants to build more size with the hope to compete on stage.
I have many clients who come to me for help with weight gaining purposes, many having a very hard time putting on any size and curves. It is very rare these people get any recognition or help since most programs are toward overweight women trying to lose weight. Putting on size can be just as hard for women as it is to lose weight.
To gain size doesn't mean you will turn into a man or get overly muscular, trust me, that is such a misconception. People may stare at me because I put many male bodybuilders to shame but I have been training for more than 15 years to get where I am with the goal focused on competing and to become a professional athlete. For women with goals to add size and curves there is no reason to be afraid of the weights or to train heavy.
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People Stare Because I Put
Many Male Bodybuilders To Shame.
Muscles are needed to obtain your curves, to help your posture and to tighten your skin. The good thing with muscles is that they help you constantly burn fat which together with a good diet will give you a leaner look year round without having to do hours and hours of cardio.