WOMENS PERSONAL TRAINING
Strength, function and beauty
Women’s Personal Training
At anybodygym we are in tune with the female body. Whether it be a simple tone up, a post baby fat remover or a 50lb weight loss we are equipped with the experience and knowledge to guide you to your goals. Our women’s personal training will motivate you, amuse you whilst you train and educate you on the tools that will allow you breakthrough results. One on One sessions allow for the privacy and concentration that a normal gyms do not offer.
Time to hit the weights
Despite study after study supporting the benefits of strength training, many women still opt for cardio over weight training. Maybe they’re worried about “bulking up.” However women have far to much estrogen in their hormonal makeup for this to be likely.
Your metabolism will soar
As women age, they naturally lose muscle mass. This causes your metabolism to slow, which means you could start building a spare tyre by the time you reach your 30s. When you do weight-bearing exercises, you start revving up your metabolism—and it keeps burning for many hours after your workout.
You’ll you burn fat
Muscle tissue is more “active” than fat tissue, with each pound burning about 30 calories a day just to sustain itself. So even if you’re sitting on the couch or are stuck at your desk for eight hours a day, the extra muscle mass you develop will burn more calories, helping you keep weight off for good.
Your body will get tighter
While cardio is important and will help melt fat, weights sculpt your body, creating curves and definition right where you want it. They also help fight the effects of gravity, making you much less likely to have arm jiggle in your upper arms.
You’ll fit into your skinny jeans
One pound of fat takes up much more space than one pound of muscle. So even though muscle weighs more, what do you want all over your body? Something that’s bulky, like body fat, or something that’s lean, and takes up less space, like muscle?
You’ll reduce your risk of heart disease and diabetes
Curbing age-related muscles loss isn’t just good for your looks; it can protect your heart and help ward off type 2 diabetes, too. Muscle helps remove glucose and triglycerides from the bloodstream, which reduces the risk of type 2 diabetes, as well as hardening of the arteries.
You’ll blast loads of calories
Plyometric strength moves (think squat jumps and burpees) and kettlebell workouts skyrocket your heart rate, which boosts the calorie burn of regular strength training routines. These types of workouts give you cardio, strength, and sculpting all in one, which is a great timesaver.
It’s good for your bones
Strength training is one of the 12 best ways to break-proof your bones. Lifting weights can help counteract age-related bone loss. Strengthening your muscles also improves balance and keeps you as strong as possible which lowers your chances of a fall-related fracture.
Smooths your cellulite
Unlike creams that are all talk, daily cardio combined with two to three strength training sessions can help diminish the appearance of cellulite.