A Beginners Guide To Bodybuilding

Bodybuilding and strength training are two different goals of physical fitness. The former aims to make your body a visual statement of rippling muscles while the latter makes a stronger you. Being a woman, you can become a bodybuilder and still maintain femininity and appeal. Initially, you will need to work hard for the first three months and later on plan and track your progress.

Spend Time in the Weight Room

If you want body muscles to be visible, you will need to hit the weight room for at least two to three days a week. Lift barbells to build muscles — train hard and push yourself for lifting additional weight for best results. It is, however, important to do weight training only under the guidance of an experienced weight trainer.

Strengthen the Cardio Intensity

There are different forms of cardio; choose options like running, spinning, swimming or hill sprints. The cardio training not only boosts heart muscles, it also helps burn accumulated fats from the body.

Change your eating habit

Say bye-bye to processed and fried foods. Eat small, but in frequent intervals; include proteins to repair muscles, carbohydrates for energy and fats to satisfy hunger. It is always a good idea to create meal plans for the week. Besides, give rest to your muscles and get plenty of sleep.