Hennie Kotze

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Bodybuilding Woman – Myths Exposed

There are several bodybuilding woman related myths making the rounds. Most of the bodybuilding myths regarding the average woman in training are just that – myths. Lack of information is what starts a myth. Any bodybuilding woman will agree that it is true that one can become rather masculine with bodybuilding training if that is the goal. The normal bodybuilding training for women, however, will not cause severe bulkiness or masculinity.

Unless you use anabolic steroids and muscle enhancement drugs in addition to heavy training, chances for becoming rather masculine and bulky are slim. For anyone to gain muscle, training and the correct diet are required. To build excessive muscle involves extreme dedication, supplements, correct diet and hours of training. If your goal is to build bulky muscles then muscle enhancement supplements will have to form a core part of the process. If you are a bodybuilder female looking for a cellulite-free, well toned and a fit body then be sure to stay away from fatty foods, anabolic steroids and muscle enhancement drugs. As such the training and diet must be correct for the particular type of physique that you want.

Another myth about bodybuilding for a woman is that by doing excessive training you will increase your chest. It is simply not true. Women don’t get bigger chests when they do bodybuilding. Fat loss takes place and as such the chest doesn’t increase in size. What is true is that the size of the back increases and as such a bigger cup size may become necessary, but not because of a bigger chest.
A final myth about bodybuilding for a woman is that muscles get stiff and flexibility is lost. It is not true since one of the requirements in competitions is the display of flexibility. Some of the movements that the competitors must perform will not be possible if flexibility was lost.




 

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