In Part 1 of our article series into sleep deprivation, we were able to analyse how even a short reduction in REM sleep was able to effectively thrash testosterone levels significantly, leading to poorer muscular gains, sexual activity and even less fat loss. We countered this point by not only suggesting an immediate implementation …
Ultimate Female Diet & Training Program
Unbeknown to most of today’s society, women have always been idolised as lean, strong and powerful figures throughout history. The image of Cleopatra, the great Queen of Egypt seducing the almighty Roman warrior Mark Antony with dominant confidence, illustrates the Goddess-like figure she and so many other women were expected to emulate throughout their reigns. What was once described as competency and steadfast determination as the great attributes to encompass women leaders, has unfortunately gave way to sluggishness and incompetency at its core. Women will always be judged in attractiveness scales for their competency, not idleness.
But things are changing rapidly. The “curvy” era of women was taken too far; being overweight was never attractive, and there’s an army of women returning to their routes of steadfast determination, and paving the way for others to follow. The last 4 years has seen more women underneath barbells in the gym, throwing around dumbbell’s and powering through conditioning work than ever before. The goddess-like figure is back in fashion, and rightfully so – women have always meant to be figures of strong, lean competency. Strong is indeed the new sexy.