“Strength, Hypertrophy and

link to article Greg Nuckols of Stronger By Science recently published an analysis that wants to evaluate two things: Are female lifters underrepresented in resistance training research? In general, are studies with female lifters systematically different from studies with only male lifters? Some interesting takeaways include: Yes, female lifters are underrepresented in the studies. it …

Strength Training for Maximum Fat Loss

Gabrielle Young, DO Scientific research demonstrates the importance of proper training to achieve the most beneficial results. Basically, in order to benefit from our body’s own hormone systems, we need to exercise differently than previously thought. Endurance, muscle growth, fat loss and improved training are largely the result of increased base levels of human growth …

Very refreshing article I found on female strength training. belief

https://mennohenselmans.com/natural-muscular-potential-women/ ^ Here is the article. I recommend reading the entire article because it’s great, but here are some specific points I’d like to share with you: Women produce as much muscle protein as men after training and after meals.. In fact, one study found that Given the same level of muscle mass, women have …

Data-Based Muscle, Strength and Fat Loss Goals to Set Realistic

Matter I thought this was a really interesting article on realistic training, muscle building, strength levels and weight loss. We highly recommend reading the entire article, but here are the points that really stand out: At first you should expect to gain an average of 1kg/2lbs of muscle per month with a “normal” range of …

F/19/5’3 [112–>130lbs=+18lbs] 10 months of strength training and

Progress image (November 2020 – September 2021) History: Before COVID hit, I did ballet twice a week as my only form of exercise and other than that, I was super sedentary. I quit when COVID started. She started gaining weight around July 2020 in her ED recovery, but the picture is from November of 2020 …