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3 Simple Ways For Women To Build Muscle Is By Side-Stepping The Biggest Problems...

By Karen Sessions NSCA-CPT
Personal Trainer, Lifetime Natural Female Bodybuilderfemale muscle building program

You're hitting the gym and putting in the iron-slinging hours, eating a high-protein diet, taking a few muscle-building and recovery supplements, and sleeping roughly 7-8 hours a night...

On paper, your female muscle building program looks pretty good. However, in real life, you really aren't seeing any noticeable changes in your physique.

This has to be the most frustrating thing for a bodybuilder, doing everything "right" yet not seeing any results to show for all your hard work. To make things worse, you look around at other members at the gym and they are transforming right before your eyes.

Honestly... What Gives??

If you have been slaying away at the iron, yet not getting any results from all effort and time you put in, the solution is probably more simple than you would have EVER imagined!

But, before I reveal 3 ways to improve your female muscle building program it's important to understand that it takes consistency and patience. But I 100% guarantee that if you can put in the hard and SMART work, and just be a little patient, you WILL see the results you've been wanting so bad and for so long.

 

These 3 Mistakes You Are Making In Your Female Bodybuilding Program Are Keeping You At Square One... Here Is How You Can Fix Those Problems...

Let's get started... Here's Problem #1...
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problem 1

You Don't Know How To Properly Gauge Your Progress For Your Short-Term Goal... You Give Yourself Mixed Message And Just End Up Frustrated...

You CAN achieve amazing changes as you go through your female muscle building process, but you have to be aware of what to look for when gauging your progress.

Over 97% of the women using a female muscle building program to build muscle are gauging their progress ALL Wrong. This leads them to making changes to their program that they shouldn't. In the end, they grow extremely frustrated at what they perceive to be failing, but the fact is, they are not gauging their progress properly.

If Your Short-Term Goal Is To Build Muscle, then you should be gauging your progress by your lifts in the gym. If you are getting stronger, lifting more weight and doing more reps, then you are making muscle building progress.

When you are on a female muscle building program the idea is to build muscle, so don't look for the scale be deducting numbers from your weight.

If Your Short-Term Goal Is To Lose Fat, then you should be gauging your progress by your stats, your weight (to some degree) and your body fat percentage. If you are maintaining your strength to some degree and the scale is moving down a pound or so a week, then you are doing a good job at keeping your muscle and losing body fat.bodybuilding scale

The PROBLEM OCCURS when you want to build muscle, apply the tactics that increase muscle mass, but then expect the scale to go down. Mathematically, that's impossible. However, 97% of women view their training and results this way...

Break It Down...

If you weigh 125 pounds and want to build muscle, and after 4 weeks your weight is up to 127... Well, if you followed your female muscle building program, chances are you gained 2 pounds of muscle. That's good. You added 2 pounds of METABOLICALLY Active tissues (burns calories).

...And that's why most women are continually frustrated... Because they fail to differentiate between a female muscle building program and a fat loss program.

 

This sounds like a Big Step, and it IS... But you still need to fix the other 2 problems...
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You Are Training What You Perceive To Be Hard, But You Are Not Implementing True Training INTENSITY...

I don't care how you break it down... When push comes to shove, muscle growth is simply an adaptive response to stress applied to your muscles.

If you are not lifting as heavy as you can for the suggested number of reps for your body type training, then your body has NO reason to build muscle.

When a person says, "that workout program wasn't intense enough" that simply means is the person didn't push themselvestraining intensity. You can do dumbbell curls with 5 pound dumbbells and it can be an intense set. It all about taking that set to failure.

Muscle building is the result of anaerobic training intensity, force against resistance. You are not building muscle because you are not putting enough anaerobic intensity into each set. Anaerobic intensity is the poundage and forced used. You MUST challenge your muscles with force and poundage to build muscle.

If your suggested rep range for barbell curls is 8-10, then you need to get 8-10 reps at the point of complete failure. If you can do more than 10 reps the weight was too light and the set was not intense. If you could not complete 8 reps, then poundage was too heavy.

So, stop the excuses and get SERIOUS about your training.

Every set you do should be done with maximum intensity. This is intensity YOU bring to the set. It's the poundage you use when you take the work set to complete failure for the suggested number of reps for your body type training.

If you are moaning and groaning and struggling with the last few reps... psstt... That's YOUR training intensity. That's what's breaking down your muscles so they can grow.

 

While the training intensity you bring to each set is a valid factor in your female muscle building program, there's another training tactic you need to be aware of... Check out Problem #3...
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problem 3

You Haven't Been Implementing The Proven Training Strategy Of Progressive Overload...

If you are training using anaerobic intensity, that's good. But, that's only part of the muscle-building equation. If you aren't using progressive overload in your training, you are doing yourself a GREAT injustice.

Progressive overload is the gradual increase of stress placed upon the muscles during training. It's as plain and simple as that. progressive overload

To continue to build muscle each week, you have to continually progress the amount of stress that is placed upon your working muscles.

It's not as hard as it sounds...

If you can shoulder press a 45-pound barbell and get 9 reps when you train to complete failure, you have to beat that the next week you do shoulder barbell presses. In order to beat that lift you have to press the 45-pound barbell for 10 reps.

Once you are able to press the 45-pound barbell for 10 reps it's time to increase the poundage to 55 pounds. Pump out as many reps as you can with 55 pounds. Let's say you crank out 6 reps to failure. That's good, but you need to get 8-10 reps to failure, so you need to stick with 55 pounds until you can complete at least 8 reps with good form. Once you do, move up to 60 pounds.

Progressive overload is the constant progression of poundage and/or reps each week. You will be SHOCKED at how much muscle and strength you can gain using this principle. But, you have to shoot for reps for your body type.

 

The truth is, you need to implement all 3 training factors in your female muscle building program...
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Training Programs for YOUR SPECIFIC Body Type Are The ONLY Way To Build Head-Turning Muscle...

I could sit here and tell you that all you need to do is workout 4-6 days a week and you will get the results you want, but I would be lying to you.

The Cold, Hard Truth is that these 3 Problems are the reasons you have not been able to build the muscle you want. You have been cheating yourself in the gym all this time...

But Not Anymore...

If are ready to take your body to the next level, and really see what it's capable of, just click the "Next Page" button below and I'll personally show you the female muscle building program that actually WORKS...
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