If you’re like most women, you’ve been conditioned to believe a lot of things about you that aren’t true. You’ve been taught that you’re only beautiful when you wear makeup… that your body has to be perfect or men won’t find you attractive… that getting older means slowing down and feeling flabby…and that the best way to get and stay in shape is by doing cardio, cardio, and more cardio.
Well, as a man who has spent the last 20 plus years helping thousands of women of every age and shape tone and sculpt their body, I can assure you that you are far more beautiful without makeup, your body doesn’t have to be perfect for us to find you additively attractive, that getting older means you’re just getting started…and that the best way to get and stay in shape is by doing the one thing most women have been conditioned NOT to do… and that is strength train with weights.
When it comes to loving the body you’re in, there’s nothing dumb about dumbbells. That’s just another crazy myth you’ve been led to believe. The truth is that women who skip the weight room are losing out. They’re losing out on the ultimate fat burning, body sculpting secret. Why weights? Simple. Adding lean muscle to your body through just two strength training sessions per week can slash up to 6 percent of your body fat in just 10 weeks. That translates to up to 6 inches off your waist, hips and thighs in a little over two months. And the best part? Your body becomes a fat burning machine! All that new muscle makes your metabolism skyrocket, which means you burn more calories sitting at your computer than ever before.
Are you ready to turn your body into a lean, mean, fat torching machine? Good. Then call me today and let me show you how two 45-minute sessions per week can help you create a body the body that you deserve. And before you know it, you’ll be rockin’ a bikini body and turning heads in your little black dress.
Suddenly, dumbbells are starting to sound like a smart idea.
As to the methods there may be a million and then some, but principles are few. The man who grasps principles can successfully select his own methods. The man who tries methods, ignoring principles, is sure to have trouble. Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803- 1882)