But I know what some of you are probably thinking at this point…“Jeremy, won’t heavy lifting and getting stronger just make me bulky?!” I thought that I should be doing light weights with high reps, circuit training, and “fat burning exercises”?!
And I don’t blame you for thinking that because most women have this misconception. You need to know the truth that there are no distinct “fat loss” versus “muscle growth” exercises… Rather, your main focus when losing fat needs to be on increasing your muscle mass as you lose weight.
And How Can We Best Do This…? By lifting heavy with the right exercises to build muscle in the right places WHILE Letting your diet do the work for you in terms of “burning fat.” This is the key to preventing a “SKINNY-FAT” look from developing after all your weight loss and hard work.
And no, this won’t make you “bulky.”
Men have about 10 to 15 times as much testosterone as women and even we have a very difficult time trying to get big and bulky (which is what we men often want!). Meaning that it’s going to be near impossible for you to get bulky without the use of drugs. Yet this heavy weightlifting “fear” is so detrimental to women because heavy weightlifting combined with eating the right amount of calories to drop fat is the fastest way to get the look most women are after.
Athletic, lean muscles with curves and lines in the right places.
The program begins with a “fat loss or body recomposition phase” that drastically lowers your body fat while increasing your strength on key lifts. With this proven protocol, many of you will be to strip off excess body fat while building lean muscle in the process which is exactly how you’ll attain an attractive physique. According to research, men and women have different training protocols. Women can’t attain the dream physique they want by: