If you’re like most women, you want a very specific type of body.You want to be lean but not too skinny (and most definitely not “skinny fat“).You want a toned upper body but don’t want to look like a “bulky” weightlifter.You want a flat, defined stomach.You want tight, shapely legs, and last but most definitely not least…You want that perfect, gravity-defying butt.Well, you–yes, lil’ ol’ you–can have all these things.
You don’t need top-shelf genetics or a lifetime of training to look like a million bucks.
You have to know what you’re doing, though.
Forget what the fitness magazines have told you–you don’t become a “goddess” through starving yourself and doing an unconscionable amount of cardio.
Instead, you need to take a completely different approach. And believe it or not, a much healthier, more enjoyable, and sustainable one.
In this podcast, you’re going to learn exactly what that approach is and how to build the body of your dreams.
If that gets your attention, then you’ll want to listen this episode, because we’re going to start with what you most definitely shouldn’t be doing…
4:29 – What’s the worst fitness plan for women?
9:54 – How much muscle should you gain?
11:37 – How do you do get to where you want to be?
12:06 – Doesn’t heavy weightlifting make women bulky?
17:48 – How much cardio should you do?
23:47 – Do I have to starve myself?
28:36 – What’s an action plan to put these strategies into place?
[00:00:22] Hey, Mike Matthews here from Muscle For Life and Legion Athletics, and welcome to yet another episode of the Muscle For Life podcast. Now, if you are a woman and you are like most women, you probably want a very specific type of body. You want to be lean but not too skinny. And you definitely want to be skinny fat.
You want a toned upper body, but you don’t want to look like a bulky weightlifter. You probably want a flat defined stomach. And you want tight, shapely legs. And of course, last, but most definitely not least, you want that perfect gravity-defying butt. And I have good news, because you, yes, little you, you can have all of those things. Most definitely, absolutely. You do not need top-shelf genetics.