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I have def put on mass in the past from pushing weight, and it sucks. But I've always wondered what the deal is when I occasionally see some lean, mean, tiny! Whole new world in store for my training! Thanks for bringing it and always kepping it real: Frannie This article or blog is superb.
And clearified some of my thoughts about what to focus on. And i hope to see it work on myself as well. Im super excited to try it out. Frannie May 26, at 8: Dana Eden great article. I was born with a body that became the ideal of I am NOT skinny never have been, even when a dancer.. I love it, as my profession imposes not only lean muscle but swimming the channel type extra fat to get through a 5 hour very intense work out Wagner opera in a 20 kilo wool costume under hot lights.. Dawn Great Post, as usual. I agree with you and Berardi regarding the recumbent bike.
I started doing sprints on the bike a few years ago mostly as a way to get sprints in and to challenge my lungs. The side effect was leaner legs and leaner hips. I really felt the burn specifically on the inside of my quads, from the knees to the upper thighs. Because sprints are taxing to the body, I really only did them a couple of times a week for around 20 to 30 minutes at a time - averaging around 8 or 9 sprints built into the workout.
I've now also added single leg workouts into my routine - single leg squats and dead lifts with a bar. Just balancing doing single leg exercises is challenging. The results speak for themselves. Reka Every day, I find something really cool on your website. How do you do it?
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Very happy for the recumbent bike info, sprinting on it is something I like doing and losing lower area fat is something I want, perfect combo! Just started your 6 weeks Bodycomp Blitz I guess it is for women as well as for men: I always hated doing endless reps with baby weights, and also hours of cardio. It just hurts and doesn't feel good. So just saying that I find your program amazing. And it made my butt and lower abs sore which is something I rarely get: John Romaniello Lunges to the front, box squats, and sissy squats May 1, at John Romaniello Wow, thank you, "baseball caps" for your insight fucking comment.
John Romaniello Nah, good point. Even the best of them. Pd you know, i've yet to meet a recumbent that doensn't budge slightly when i do sprints. Lulu Great post Roman. Love your advice and sense of humor: This totally gels with my approach except I will need to change my lame warmup. And I completely agree with the last point - going for a nice shelf myself!
Elka Thanks for the post! Monica Hey Roman, There's a first time for everything. I am a woman and I would like more muscular legs! What would you recommend? Baseball Caps It is true that girl's us behind can caught someone's eye if it has a nice shape.
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We can say that is looks much sexier if a girl has a nice shape of butt. I hope that there will be a separate post if there is something like exercise or anything to have a better butt. Alex Greene Great point about lifting heavy John. I think a lot of women are afraid to lift heavy weights, maybe not wanting to become 'muscular'? Claudia I am a total newbie at any heavy lifting. I have powerblocks, dumbells, bands, a treadmill, trampoline, and lots of dance cardio and Tracy Anderson muscular structure DVDs.
Anyway, I am not really getting anywhere, despite great efforts. HIIT on the treadmill is not getting me the results. I need to lose about 8 lbs. I am so overwhelmed. What can I do?
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Joining a gym is just not going to happen, no money for one and I'm home with my toddler. He loves to watch me dance for 50 minutes. Mercy Tan It is true that girl's us behind can caught someone's eye if it has a nice shape. Looking forward into it! Mallory like that i found this. Josseline Jeria Julia Linquist: When it comes to giving a number of what is a "decent" body fat percentage for women, I don't really believe in a specific or ideal number; The reason why, is because it is dependant on how lean you personally want to look, as well as how each woman wants to look themselves.
Ihave women telling me that they wish they could be as lean like me , however I dont think im that lean at all and personally want to be leaner. Its all subjective to your personal beliefs of what is ideal or beautiful. I think its a great idea to have a number to work for as its setting a goal that can be measured more objectively, however use it as a guide to keep you going till you get to where you are happy. I myself am 23 as well, and years ago, from when I was born right up to I was 17, I was the typical chubby overweight girl.
P So please dont let a number limit you! If Icould, Im certain you will be able to as well. Besides that training wise Im sure Roman will help out; what I can give as advice is focus your "real" training on weights NB: It is a frickin kick ass program. You will get amazing results: Cheers, Josseline November 28, at Julia Lindquist More of a question than a statement, but what is a decent body fat percentage for a women to maintain. John Romaniello Deb - Generally about sprints in a given session.
And usually twice per week. Najera In order for your sexy butt to prosper, you must prosper both physically and mentally.
You are not able to workout your sexy butt if you are physically sick and you can't give your sexy butt all that it needs if you are mentally negative. Physical fitness begets mental toughness. Similarly, you can reinforce a "nothing will stop me" mindset by challenging yourself in your athletic pursuits or physical fitness routine. Sissy Rogan Great info, I want a body that I'm happy with and that is healthy. Great article November 19, at 9: Dallas Painters HQ I think the post has good information to help women achieve their goals.
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I am a woman and not at all offended at your brand of humor! I have two questions. How many sessions per week on the recumbent bike would you suggest? Can you, should you do them back to back? How many intervals per session? I guess that adds up to more than two questions! Deb November 18, at I read every word and thoroughly enjoyed what you had to share. I have personally noticed my best results in body shape and muscle definition from lifting heavy. I am over 60, but I'm still working at getting that sexy look. I also love your sense of humor.
You had me laughing out loud quite a few times. Thanks again November 17, at Fred How can one not become an ass-man upon witnessing what a weighted glute bridge can do for it? Jarod I love Jamie Eason. Jarly, if you can't tell that part of his sentence was a joke I feel sorry for you. Some people really need to lighten up. If he said it in a serious manor sure get a little annoyed, but one thing I'll point out is most of the guys looking at you probably aren't looking at your ass.
Carolinafornia I love heavy lifting I will say that I used to hate the recumbent bike, until it was the only open machine at the gym, so I busted out some 1: I love it now! Didn't know about it's fat loss benefits, though. Since the John Roman word is gold, I'll be doing it tomorrow, thank you very much.
Finally, I have a major bubble butt. As in, move over JLo, cuz my ass might hit you. So it's good to know that it's appreciated, especially by gents like you and this Nathan. I'll be squatting and lunging tomorrow as well. And deadlifting, of course. I have been taking this theory further by adding a step under the front of the bike to add more angle - not recorded the results, just got some weird looks Chelsea Really great post FPFL got me into the best shape of my life thank you Although mind you I wasn't lifting much to begin with, so even though I have doubled, its still not a huge amount of weight!
It feels so awesome!! Yesturday, simply by sheer coincidence, was my Strength training day 4 from FPFL and I have to say that was my favourite Strength day so far of the program! The descending pyramid circuit at the end was a killer! My younger brother actually commented that we were getting people at our gym actually stopping to watch what we were doing with what he described as "faces as if they are shocked!
You RARELY see people at my gym working out anywhere near our intensity and speed, let alone doing a crazy bodyweight circuit straight after a strength training session! So we might not lift as much as some of the guys there, but you know what? We figure that we are the ones that are gaining more overall benefits from the way we train Roman style! They lift these massive amounts many with poor technique and they after a few reps of one exercise they sit down or chat for a few minutes!
Hmmm on their way to a ripped sexy summer body? I don't think so! Thanks for the insight! Yes, I do see what you mean now. As we're of the same height, that really puts things into perspective. But I still don't think I'll be squatting as frequently as I used to, when my thighs really swelled. I'll maybe do squats once a week for 3x8 and deadlifts for 3x8 once a week, and go heavy on the 4 days a month. I guess you could say I'm blessed in the legs department, which might be something that plays in my favour on the soccer field!
I'm about Ibs now, up from Ibs 3 months ago, but haven't been training for the last month due to exams. Once again, thanks for your opinion! I've been using the recum for about a week now and I can totally feel the difference. I love biking, but this seems to take it a step further and focuses more on the glutes. Maybe I can get my booty back! I referred to this post on my blog today.
I would guess that by sitting on for the recum with legs in front of you rather than under you alters how your muscles are worked. And its all in the hips for me! I don't think you intended to be sexist - most men and women don't - but for women who have experienced sexism and unwanted sexual advances in the gym, some of the word choices in your post brings to mind that particular atmosphere. John Romaniello Jarly -- Interesting perspective. I don't see anything remotely sexist in the post. I didn't say that I expect or encourage anyone to "flaunt" themselves at the gym; I simply made points based on the fact that most people want to look better.
Of course, I make comments without acknowledging the fact that most people want to look better for themselves first, and others second. I don't think it's necessary to point that out. Having said that, I think the post has good information to help women achieve their goals. I don't think talking about people as sexual beings is in any way objectifying them.
And I don't think wanting to help people feel sexy makes me sexist. Dean What do I look for in a woman, what do I like? A round tight BUTT, along with sexy legs. And one thing that I can't stand seeing on a woman is flab on her arms. The jiggle when she waves or lifts her arm is turn off.
John Romaniello Sarah - I've tried it with traditional stationary bikes as well as spin bikes--it works pretty well but recumbent seems to be the best. Ylwa - moving towards strength based workouts is definitely an adjustment. It's an abrupt departure from going back-to-back-to-back-to-back rapidly to just doing a set and waiting for the next one.
But, that's just one way to structure heavy training. You can also do it FPFL style, which is a bit more fast-paced. John Romaniello Clement - well even fitness models are "big" relative to most non-training people. Which for a guy my height is very large, especially for a natural lifter. Most of the time I was and am in between. My ratios were the same, and I still had an X physique, which is really what I've been talking about. Rob Riches, by the way, is pretty damn big. Ronnie Coleman of course dwarfs him, but for a natural guy, particularly in Europe, Rob stands out in a crowd from his size.
Josseline - awesome strength gains! Wow, lifting double what you used to. I'd love to be able to double some of my numbers. Great job; and glad you got something out of the post! Elka - thank you for commenting, I know it's hard to break the lurker habit, but once you do it, it becomes habit.
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Welcome to the fold and good luck with your progress! As a general rule, drink eight glasses of water every day. That fulfills the daily requirement for most healthy adults. Maintain a healthy weight. If you're overweight , cut down on portion sizes and eat fewer foods that are high in fat. Don't skip meals, though. A registered dietitian or your doctor can help you figure out your ideal body weight.
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Cut back on high-fat foods. Saturated fat raises cholesterol and boosts your risk for heart disease. It's found in fatty meats, whole milk, ice cream, and cheese. Limit cholesterol to milligrams or less per day. And watch out for trans fats , found in vegetable oils, many baked goods, and some margarine. Trans fat also raises cholesterol and increases your risk for heart disease. Use sugar and salt in moderation. Too much sodium in the diet is linked to high blood pressure.
Also, go easy on smoked, salt-cured, and charbroiled foods -- these foods have high levels of nitrates, which have been linked to cancer. Plant-based foods that have isoflavones plant estrogens work in the body like a weak form of estrogen.