Specialization Training for Female Body Symmetry
Ladies, the longer you train the more you will notice some parts of your body respond faster, and some slower, than other body parts.
At this time it’s important to make a few changes in your training regime because the goal always is a balanced, strong body.
We design programs around this philosophy so when we see a muscle or muscle group responding too quickly we back off, change the work out, and focus on what needs more work. For the lagging parts we make one of your training sessions a "Specialization Day" to help those areas catch up to the rest of the body. This is how we achieve body symmetry.
Rochelle's example: "My shoulders respond quickly to exercise so we only work them as a secondary muscle while doing other exercises, such as: chin ups where the primary muscle hit is the back and secondary is the shoulders. Or the stability ball press for the same reasons. However, my calves are stubborn so I try to train them every day and definitely every workout with the Standing Ankle Weight circuit."
Learn your Body Profile, get in touch, and let's work on creating your symmetrical, balanced curves.