Elle India’s beauty issue this May features muscular women who have sculpted their bodies and thrown every feminine stereotype out the window.

Elle India’s beauty issue this May features muscular women who have sculpted their bodies and thrown every feminine stereotype out the window.

HOW TO BUILD MUSCLE FOR WOMEN  The reason I decided to write this gender-specific article is that there are physiological differences that need to be considered.   READ MORE  http://leanwife.com/body-sculpting-fitness-workouts-for-women-101/

HOW TO BUILD MUSCLE FOR WOMEN The reason I decided to write this gender-specific article is that there are physiological differences that need to be considered. READ MORE http://leanwife.com/body-sculpting-fitness-workouts-for-women-101/

At this point, nearly everyone understands that diet is more important than training when it comes to overall health and weight loss. The common statement is “you can’t out train a bad diet.” I would tend to agree. That being said, the eternal question still remains… what is the best diet to be minimize …

At this point, nearly everyone understands that diet is more important than training when it comes to overall health and weight loss. The common statement is “you can’t out train a bad diet.” I would tend to agree. That being said, the eternal question still remains… what is the best diet to be minimize …

Muscular woman going pull-ups with gymnastic rings - Stock Image

Muscular woman going pull-ups with gymnastic rings - Stock Image

Female kickboxing fighter with an intense look. Muscular woman with boxing gloves looking at camera against grey background photo

Female kickboxing fighter with an intense look. Muscular woman with boxing gloves looking at camera against grey background photo

We should bring this back!   "From the mid-1950s to the early 1970s, women had to appear as ladylike as possible, even when doing something as traditionally masculine as working out with weights. This girl is doing a seated press with respectably heavy weight, but her high heels and helmet0like hairdo are like fig leaves preserving her femininity."

We should bring this back! "From the mid-1950s to the early 1970s, women had to appear as ladylike as possible, even when doing something as traditionally masculine as working out with weights. This girl is doing a seated press with respectably heavy weight, but her high heels and helmet0like hairdo are like fig leaves preserving her femininity."

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