To lift or not to lift, that is the question. Despite the popular sayings, "Strong is the new Skinny" or "Strong is the New Sexy," there is still a large portion of the female population that will shy away from lifting solely due to their fear of bulking up or building too much muscle. I'm not going to tell you that heavy weights won't help build muscle and I'm not going to deny the fact that some women can build muscle easier than others. Let's start with the photo below. This is a nice example of the female backside that shows two different body types. The woman on the left falls in the category of an ectomorph, which generally means skinny, little muscle, and a very high metabolism. She could probably eat what she wants and stay skinny. If she committed to a butt strengthening and enhancing program, filled with exercises such as squats, deadlifts, and kettlebell swings , developing the butt on the right would still be unlike
They saw my DVD and liked the idea I was pregnant and still used kettlebells.
I just came across your page, I am in London UK, and was just contemplating how I am gonna live without regular sessions with my trainer who has moved far away!
:( He has introduced me to a whole new fitness world and although doing well, I have some way to go. I think Kettlebells have made all the difference in my work-out and I am ordering some right now, so i can continue what he has taught me. I am really impressed by your teaching style and hope now to also use your videos to teach me more :)