Many women who want to start with a routine focused on the female bodybuilding often still do not feel too comfortable in the environment of some gyms have in this sense a male bodybuilding oriented approach.
However, the good news is that there are gyms, fitness centers and other places oriented to these practices that are exclusively for women.
There are similarities between the metabolism of men and women, women need fewer calories, that men have as much muscle mass than fat. The amount of protein, carbohydrates and fats will be established or given by the amount of calories you eat.
It has thus been shown that women do not need a diet that is different from men. So why do we always see women at the gym doing more hours of cardio and lifting lighter weights?
This is most likely due to not being informed, or even be misinformed, about women how to exercise. What about diet? One of the most common breakfast foods recommended for women is a yogurt and a banana. Now there is nothing wrong with eating a yogurt and banana, but where’s the protein and essential fatty acids? If you are a woman trying to gain muscle mass, you need to eat enough protein and good fats.
Once overcome shyness and expectation, the next step is to focus on training, which initially is usually a little uncomfortable especially for those without experience. However, as time passes and the athlete become familiar with the routine as much as the gym all becomes easier.
The best practice is that a trainer training makes a program that achieves the goals.
Furthermore, it is important to have a guide during the first sessions to acquaint themselves with the equipment to avoid injury while performing the exercises.
Moreover, the coach helps that time and effort is lost. Training correctly and with a clear objective the first step has already been taken.
It also helps before, take the reading on some basic principles of physical training with weights, female bodybuilding competitions.
Will plays an important role not only those who want to join a gym two or three times a week, considering that if the goal is bodybuilding that time is not enough, and that unless the results will be lower working paper.
However, this does not mean working more because there the risk of overtraining it runs, which will result in tiredness, muscle aches and pains.
The best way to evaluate progress is keeping a diary which will list all of the exercises, weights, sets and reps. something that is perfect for improving the figures in later sessions.
As the body will adapt to the routine, it will also increase the intensity and frequency after workouts.
Start with a regular program because if you start with an advanced one can only achieve physical suffer and mental exhaustion and stop training routine being a pleasure to become a torture.
Do everything gradually is the great secret to reach the target well enough perseverance and discipline to make it always has been programmed.