04. April 2014 · Comments Off on Women Are Not Built Like Men, So We Should Not Train Like Them · Categories: Uncategorized
Fitness For Women

Women Can Be Fit And Feminine

Welcome to Women’s Health and Fitness Training – a blog where we cover the ins and outs of health, exercise, and overall well-being for women. One of the issues I have with many of the magazines I see on health and fitness paint a black or white picture for women. You either look like a man, which I am sad to say, many female bodybuilders look like; or you look slim and trim, but are not defined, muscular, or strong. Is there a place for the women who like to hit the gym, but still remain feminine when we walk out the gym? I thin so, and it’s why I started this blog. I’m hoping I can provide you with enough rich information to help you make the changes you want in your physique through nutrition and training.

It’s my hope that we cover a wide range of topics for women, and don’t just get bogged down in one area, like endless posts about how great Pilates is for the body. Yes, Pilates, and Yoga-like workouts are an important part of an overall training program, but I’m not going to focus on that – remember, on this blog, women train for real. If you go to the gym to spin, or follow along in a Zumba class, this is not the place for you. My man is a hunk of meat, and I like the effort he puts in at the gym to look like a stud; so I do my best to reciprocate. That means going to the gym and giving it all I got while I’m there. I have thick legs, a big butt, juicy calves, and a physique that turns me on – unfortunately, society sees women like me as a bit of an oddity. We’re not overly built she-men bodybuilders, but we’re also not someone you would want to pick a fight with either – and I like that. if you do too, welcome to the site. Let’s interact and talk health and fitness!