A commonly perpetuated stereotype of women who lift is that they will end up with larger, bulkier figures. Basically, you will just end up super jacked, when what you really want is to resemble those tanned and toned fit girls on your favorite fitspo account. There no way lifting like a guy could make you look like more of a girl, right? Spending an hour on the treadmill, eating tiny portions, and doing hundreds of sit-ups will burn fat for sure. Braving the weight room can transform your body, your fitness routine, and give you a confidence boost like no other.
Ask a Swole Woman is a column for people who are tired of trying to always be less, eat less, do less, and make it look perfect and effort-free. Have a question for me about weight lifting, strength training, or anything related? You are a very impressive person, which has motivated me to, you know, actually do stuff, and try to improve But here's the thing: I have not exercised a single day in my life. I don't run, I don't know how to use the machines at the gym I went to once for 10 minutes before fleeing in terror, I don't stretch, I'm barely even willing to bike up a hill. I know you were a runner before you started lifting, so you were at least adjacent to being in good shape, but I am not.
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