How to SPOT REDUCE MUSCLE on Women (If You Gained it Through Exercise)

September 9, 2011 by  
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I just found this health related video on YouTube … and thought you might enjoy it!

[FACEBOOK- Best WAY TO CONNECT]- [TWITTER]- FREE FEMALE WEIGHT LOSS PROGRAM- [WEBSITE] http [SEE ALL MY VIDEOS] [MY OTHER FITNESS CHANNEL] [LET ME BE YOUR TRAINER] Every woman is unique. You got different body types, and yet magazines give you cookie cutter routines. These one size fit all exercise routines produce mediocre results at best. You need something for YOUR body that takes into account your curves and body type. The problem is women don’t train their body types correctly. They’ll over emphasize problem areas and neglect weak links. In general I see too many people focusing on core work to a point of excess. Remember, even for a woman, excessive work in an area can build muscle there, and there are some areas you DO NOT WANT MUSCLE. This is video for women who have incorrectly trained their bodies and ended up with either enormous shoulders, bigger thighs and a larger core. And lets be clear, a lot of times when women say “I have too much muscle”, they are still talking about fat. Maybe some photos would do better to illustrate this. Ya see what I am talking about? And to be further clear, before you take my advice, you should already be relatively lean to be specializing and sculpting. If you still have 15 pounds to lose, focus on overall fat loss and intense circuits. First, high rep sculpting work outs are NOT what we are after in that area. The basic concept is to

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