Woman weight loss (guy needs help)

  1. Woman weight loss (guy needs help)


    Hey ladies!
    My wife has asked me to put her on a strict schedule, she is a beautiful woman, wanting to shed some extra weight.
    I have her doing lots of squats, dumbbell deadlifts, running, etc..
    Anyone have any ideas on a good schedule I can run her through, Monday through Thursday, roughly 1 hour sessions.
    Thank you in advance.
    Her stats I don't much want to reveal, considering she is shy.
    5'1, chubby lol


  2. Others will chime in just remember you can't outwork a ****ty diet. Diet alone without even training should make her lose some weight
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  3. Quote Originally Posted by JeremyNG25 View Post
    Others will chime in just remember you can't outwork a ****ty diet. Diet alone without even training should make her lose some weight
    Oh of course.
    I have her macros worked out, diet in check.
    Just trying to put her on the right woman style workout.
    No offense ladies! She doesn't want big muscles, just tone/fat loss.
    Thank you!

  4. I know how to train a man...not so sure about women either. Hope this thread helps

  5. Quote Originally Posted by JeremyNG25 View Post
    I know how to train a man...not so sure about women either. Hope this thread helps
    Myself included haha. It is a challenge.
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  6. If she has a smartphone, you can load the BodySpace app on it for her and just coach her through a program that's inline with her goals.

  7. Quote Originally Posted by DotW View Post
    If she has a smartphone, you can load the BodySpace app on it for her and just coach her through a program that's inline with her goals.
    Appreciate it, I have found a lot of dislikes in body space programs.
    I could always pick and choose.
    Was more looking at what women think seem to work best for them.

  8. There's no reason a female can't follow the same training protocol as a male. Do you know how difficult it is for women to put on muscle? It's extremely difficult. It would take many years and many illegal supplements to get "bulky."

    If she needs to add muscle, she needs to eat in a surplus and lift heavy. If she's under-muscled to start, losing fat will only make her look "skinny fat." The "tone" that most women want is achieved by having some quality mass and then stripping fat. So most women need to first bulk and then cut. Good luck.
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  9. Quote Originally Posted by Epolis13 View Post
    There's no reason a female can't follow the same training protocol as a male. Do you know how difficult it is for women to put on muscle? It's extremely difficult. It would take many years and many illegal supplements to get "bulky."

    If she needs to add muscle, she needs to eat in a surplus and lift heavy. If she's under-muscled to start, losing fat will only make her look "skinny fat." The "tone" that most women want is achieved by having some quality mass and then stripping fat. So most women need to first bulk and then cut. Good luck.
    Thank you. She is a bit overweight.
    She wants to shed fat, I wasn't sure she could use the same regime as a male.
    Besides the cardio.
    She is very timid in the gym, but will do anything I say. I just have to bear in mind she is my wife (the boss). Lol!

  10. I have her running box jumps. Deadlifts, squats, kettle bell work outs, mountain climbers, butt buster, few other things.

  11. Quote Originally Posted by JG93 View Post
    I have her running box jumps. Deadlifts, squats, kettle bell work outs, mountain climbers, butt buster, few other things.
    Thats a great workout plan for her.. How much cardio will she be doing a week?

  12. @Epilis13 is right...women don't really need to train any differently! We actually have to work much harder to get near the results!...With that being said...full body lifting routines are great for beginners and for fat loss in general! I have a few logs on here and have done a couple of full bodies routines along with push/pull splits...You're more than welcome to look through them and use them. Obviously the more free weights and compound lifts the better! The power/agility movements are great adds as well. You could always make those into conditioning/cardio workouts for her! They're much more fun than treadmills not to mention they burn more calories while incorporating more muscles! She won't get big muscles without eating in a surplus!
    The Lord is the everlasting God, the Creator of the ends of the earth. He will not grow tired or weary, and his understanding no one can fathom. He gives strength to the weary and increases the power of the weak. Isaiah 40:28b-29

  13. Quote Originally Posted by love2liftkat View Post
    @Epilis13 is right...women don't really need to train any differently! We actually have to work much harder to get near the results!...With that being said...full body lifting routines are great for beginners and for fat loss in general! I have a few logs on here and have done a couple of full bodies routines along with push/pull splits...You're more than welcome to look through them and use them. Obviously the more free weights and compound lifts the better! The power/agility movements are great adds as well. You could always make those into conditioning/cardio workouts for her! They're much more fun than treadmills not to mention they burn more calories while incorporating more muscles! She won't get big muscles without eating in a surplus!
    Thanks Kat, glad you are here! Was hoping you would join in on the convo!

  14. Quote Originally Posted by JG93 View Post
    Thanks Kat, glad you are here! Was hoping you would join in on the convo!
    Absolutely! Feel free to give me a shout out or send her my way! More than happy to share what I have learned!
    The Lord is the everlasting God, the Creator of the ends of the earth. He will not grow tired or weary, and his understanding no one can fathom. He gives strength to the weary and increases the power of the weak. Isaiah 40:28b-29
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