Female Weight Training Versus Cardio Training

www.flaviliciousfitness.com tells you why females should weight train. Find out more female fitness tips on her blog. There are lots of free videos, recipies and more.
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25 thoughts on “Female Weight Training Versus Cardio Training”

  1. Falvia, I’m weight training in order to gain weight (I’m 5 ft 85 lbs) and get some definition and 3 months in, my arms and quads are looking great. My biggest goal however is to increase the size of my butt. I’m on a high calorie diet but it isn’t working in terms of fat deposit that I can see. Are squats, lunges, leg extensions and donkey kicks all effective for someone like me trying to increase size? Also, when I do squats should I be doing more reps with less weight or vise versa? Thank you!

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  3. But how do you suggest burning the fat off we need to lose, resistance alone wont help? will it?
    how many times would yo reccommend cardio a week to lose weight?

  4. make time, there is always time to train, and if you havent got the money just do bodyweight exercise or get creative and lift heavy shit, it doesnt need to be dumbells or barbbells.

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  6. Hi Flavia, can you post a good resistance training workout I can begin to do at the gym?

  7. There are lots of exercises that you can do at home with minimal equipment. Check out Flavia’s blog flaviliciousfitness . com to see some sample workouts.

  8. So agree with you – from the time you spoke about training and no one noticing I was a fan. I followed your Curvilicious program when I first got it and still go back to it periodically. I agree that arm definition is very sexy that’s what I’m working on – no one likes flabby arms 🙁

  9. pinkredbluegreen

    totally agree with you on this, flavia! i started resistance training at the beginning of this year and have seen great results! i have lots of room for improvement but i feel great.  i’m 21 years old so i feel like it’s the perfect time to get in even better shape! i’m skinny, but i love seeing the toned muscles! thanks for all the videos! 🙂

  10. Resistance training + Proper nutrition + Cardio will cause fat loss. Resistance training alone will build muscle and muscle burns calories. If you do resistance training plus cardio that will burn even more fat. Amount of cardio is going to vary depending on your fitness level. If your in good shape start with 20 minutes of HIIT 3 times per week. If you have never done cardio start with 10 minutes 2 – 3 times per week. You don’t want to back yourself into a hole, start small and scale up.

  11. You can go to curvaliciousworkout . com for more information and to purchase Flavia’s program that tells you exactly what to do.

  12. Flavia recommends doing 1 minute of high intensity (run) followed by 1 minute of low intensity (fast walk) repeat this for a total of 20 minutes. If you are new to interval training start with just 10 minutes. If you want to change it up you can do 20 seconds run, 20 seconds lunges, 20 seconds walk.

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  14. what do you recommend for those of us who dont have the time or money to go to the gym to weight train?

  15. Hi Shivali, Congratulations on improvements to your arms and quads! Those are good exercises. To really hit your glutes make sure your going deep in your squats and lunges. Also, really think about squeezing your glutes hard throughout the entire range of motion. Step ups are a great exercise for the glutes as well. It’s good to work with a variety of rep ranges so do 6 – 8, 10 – 12, and 15 – 20 reps.

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