18 thoughts on “Female Weight Training Versus Cardio Training

  1. It isn't true that we will always have the same number of fat cells. That theory was disproven. Search "adipocyte apoptosis" for technical medical info.

  2. Why is everyone so offended by him saying she got the body by not training like a girl. All he meant is that she worked really hard towards her body. And he looks how,great couple!

  3. I have done weight training on and off a couple of times and it makes me feel starving all the time! Is that just the way it is, or is there a type of food that I can eat to keep away the hunger pains?

  4. Great video until the guy at the end of the video said "all from hard work and NOT training like a girl". So if she's a girl, and she trained hard and got the amazing results she did, how is that not training like a girl? I understand its a phrase that's been etched into society and popular culture as a harmless insult but actually think about what you are saying when you use the phrase "like a girl" as an insult. You are putting down an entire half of the population and delegitimizing any and everything they do even if it is hard work.

  5. ? I actually thought the guy at the end was pretty funny! and its nice to see guys supporting women who are interested in resistance. My boyfriend is very supportive of me doing it too, but I've been doing it less than a year so still a beginner.

  6. YOu are just talking about yourself girl! Weight Training Versus Cardio Training -that's what you should talk about

  7. I think what the guy at the end meant was that typically, women do more cardio (as a fitness go-to) and men do more weights. So not working out "like a girl" would just mean to try more weight training. 

  8. I have started lifting weights that are heavier and I am noticing my clothes getting tighter and my weight going up a bit. I am 5'9.5'' and 139. I just do not know whether to keep lifting heavy or not?

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