Work Out Routines for Women: Why Visual Impact for Women Stands Out
The biggest problem with most work out plans for women is that they are designed by fitness trainers who focus mainly on building muscle. Now that’s fine if you don’t mind looking muscular; however, most women want to look lean and toned,but not like a smaller version of a male bodybuilder!
The common mantra of most trainers is that “Women don’t have enough testosterone to build muscle.” Really? Then how do you explain the bodies of female competitive cyclists or speed skaters? They tend to have huge thighs as a result of training hard. Many female swimmers have broad shoulders and muscular arms as a result of both weight training and the demands put on their upper body from their sport. Women CAN and DO build muscle!
Often, when a woman who wants to lose weight and tone up begins to work out at the gym with a trainer, she will notice that her jeans are starting to get a little bit tight at the thigh. She might mention this to her trainer, only to be dismissed and told to perform more squats and lunges.
You guessed it! Her thighs are getting increasingly large from this terrible advice. Frustrated because no one will listen to her concerns, the woman who was initially so excited by her progress ends up quitting exercising entirely. Consequently, she loses the muscle tone she sought out in the first place, and begins to pile her unwanted pounds back on. It’s tragic, really.
Finally, someone has addressed women’s fitness concerns and goals. Instead of trying to force women to become a junior version of The Hulk, Rusty Moore designed a spin-off of his highly popular “Visual Impact” work out plan just for women. Rusty himself is a long time bodybuilder who got fed up with the …Work Out Routines for Women: Why Visual Impact for Women Stands Out Read More