Hennie Kotze

Female Bodybuilding

 

Effective Female Bodybuilding – Get Fast Results

There was a time when it was simply unheard of to have female bodybuilding competitions or generally just female bodybuilders, but times have changed and this has become more of a norm. Many women believe that bodybuilding will cause them to lose their feminine shape and become bulky, which actually isn’t the case with female bodybuilders. Of course you will need to do a little research and know what you are doing if you want to get the most out of your body.

Female bodybuilding is quite different from male bodybuilding due to 2 hormones, namely; testosterone and DHEA. Men have these hormones naturally occurring in their bodies whereas females do not. This is the very reason why men are able to lift heavier weights and grow bigger muscles than women. This is also the reason why women who do bodybuilding do not bulk up as much as men do. Eating more often is also not going to make you fat as you are speeding up the metabolism. This means you are eating more frequently, not more food in general.

If you are serious about body building then take the time to seek out advice and assistance from leaders in the field such as Hennie Kotze. Hennie is in fact an expert on both female bodybuilding and male bodybuilding. With his first hand knowledge and know how, you can expect to achieve the body and build you have always wanted without having to spend thousands of Rands or waste time on workouts that simply don’t work.

If you are looking for female bodybuilding advice, guidance and training tips then waste no time being in touch with Hennie Kotze. Further research and studying will also assist you to learn more about your own body and what to do to kick start it into action in order to get results fast.

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