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Updated by Kyle Hunt on May 17, 2013
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Up the Weight Ladies!

Women should not lift heavy weights because they will bulk up like a man. How many times have we heard this? Too many, in my opinion. This myth is completely bogus but many women are too afraid to test it out for themselves. Personal trainers that graduated from Utah colleges all agree to go heavy or go home! Here’s why...

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Burn more calories

Burn more calories

Women should not lift heavy weights because they will bulk up like a man. How many times have we heard this? Too many, in my opinion. This myth is completely bogus but many women are too afraid to test it out for themselves. Personal trainers that graduated from Utah colleges all agree to go heavy or go home! Here’s why...

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Sculpt Muscle Quicker

Sculpt Muscle Quicker

When lifting a heavier weight muscle definition will become noticeable much quicker. However the muscle definition that is built is not bulky. Women are not built to develop muscle the way that men do. Women build long, lean muscle.

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Fight Osteoporosis

Fight Osteoporosis

Research has found that women who lift heavy weights consistently have a lower risk of osteoporosis. Lifting heavy weights maintains bone and can even encourage new bone over time.

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Prevent Injury

Prevent Injury

Building and strengthening muscle around joints can help prevent injury. Personal trainers recommend lifting heavy weights to women that like to run a lot especially at Utah college campuses. The muscle around these joints can prevent soreness by helping you keep good posture and form.

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Feel Empowered

Feel Empowered

Lifting heavier weights allows women to build strength and build it faster. Having that strength can be a huge self esteem booster. Your attitude will reflect the strength that your body now feels. Many female students at Utah colleges find this aspect to help them in all areas of their lives

AmeriTech College - Education for health care careers

Women are slowly realizing these amazing benefits of heavier lifting. However, some women don’t know where to even start. Contacting a personal trainer and even a college in Utah that teaches personal fitness can point you in the right direction.
AmeriTech College specializes in health care education in the medical, dental, fitness, and nursing fields.