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Hello my wife is starting to workout with me. She’s never worked out before. Not sure if this sounds dumb or not but do women workout and diet the same as men’s?
 
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Hello my wife is starting to workout with me. She’s never worked out before. Not sure if this sounds dumb or not but do women workout and diet the same as men’s?
The diet is different for everyone. Woman will consume less calories and macros. You may want to get her an app. That way she can track everything. If you need shoot me a pm if you need help.
 

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Hello my wife is starting to workout with me. She’s never worked out before. Not sure if this sounds dumb or not but do women workout and diet the same as men’s?
Exercise isn't gender-specific, and by that I mean, the types of exercises you do, you can make your wife do the same.
Women do not have special needs in their exercise routine. Like men, they can have high-intensity workouts, lifting, and cardio. However, there are hormonal differences we must talk about. Female bodies react differently than a man to certain exercises and also struggle more with body fat compared to men.
Diet, with proper use of essential supplements, makes the fitness process easier.
So, make sure your wife's taking supplements, resting enough, and not going overboard with the exercise routine...
 

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Exercise isn't gender-specific, and by that I mean, the types of exercises you do, you can make your wife do the same.
Women do not have special needs in their exercise routine. Like men, they can have high-intensity workouts, lifting, and cardio. However, there are hormonal differences we must talk about. Female bodies react differently than a man to certain exercises and also struggle more with body fat compared to men.
Diet, with proper use of essential supplements, makes the fitness process easier.
So, make sure your wife's taking supplements, resting enough, and not going overboard with the exercise routine...
Intake of the right kind of supplements ensures the missing nutrients are restored in the body. For instance, omega 3 supplements are essential for heart health and Vitamin D improves bones health.
You can learn a little more about supplements here: https://www.garnersupply.com/articles/medical-articles/supplemental-nutrition-essentials-in-a-bottle.html
To make sure she can handle high-intensity exercise, proper food backed with supplements help the process. Taking rest is essential and make sure she isn't over-exercising.
Consult a trainer, they know it better.
 

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[QUOTE = "Tinyme, postagem: 6510761, membro: 183794"]
Olá, minha esposa está começando a treinar comigo. Ela nunca malhou antes. Não tenho certeza se isso parece idiota ou não, mas as mulheres fazem exercícios e fazem dieta igual à dos homens?
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Exercise isn't gender-specific, and by that I mean, the types of exercises you do, you can make your wife do the same.
Women do not have special needs in their exercise routine. Like men, they can have high-intensity workouts, lifting, and cardio. However, there are hormonal differences we must talk about. Female bodies react differently than a man to certain exercises and also struggle more with body fat compared to men.
Diet, with proper use of essential supplements, makes the fitness process easier.
So, make sure your wife's taking supplements, resting enough, and not going overboard with the exercise routine...
I thought women usually neglect lower chest? and depending on their goals, neglect other parts too
 
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I have started working out 2 months ago. I will be getting my diet chart soon. Is supplement necessary for weight loss?
 
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I have started working out 2 months ago. I will be getting my diet chart soon. Is supplement necessary for weight loss?
I'm curious what do you mean by getting your diet chart soon? Did you sign up with a weight loss program or a nutritionist that will be supplying you with a diet plan and/or meals?

The simple answer to your question regarding supplements is: no, supplements are not necessary for weight loss.

The more complex answer is that some supplementation can be helpful to achieve your body composition goals, and to maintain your overall health.

A proper diet and a well executed training program will help far more than supplements in getting you where you want to be.

Remember that the number on the scale is not the most important thing. The most important thing is your health. The second most important thing is how you feel. After that, comes how you look. If all three of those things are taken care of, then the number on the scale is just a statistic; it's a relatively meaningless piece of data that tells nothing close to the whole/real story.

The internet, including this forum, is full of information, and a lot of it is good. There's plenty of misinformation to be had as well, so it's best to do plenty of research; and listen to people you trust, who appear to be living healthy, happy lives, and are practicing fitness routines that you think you can realistically emulate.

There are people online who will tell you that this supplement or that gadget will do the work for you; you should be cautious of that. When it comes to fitness/health and body composition: if you want to achieve your goals you should expect to put in the work. So set measurable goals for diet and weight training, stay mindful of your mental well-being, get plenty of rest each night, find ways to stay motivated, inspire others and yourself, and take progress photos every few weeks instead of focusing on the number on the scale.
 
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I have started working out 2 months ago. I will be getting my diet chart soon. Is supplement necessary for weight loss?
supplements are never required. starting out I do recommend getting some whey protein if you are going to do strength training. otherwise vitamin D + k2 might be a good idea as most people are deficient.
 
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I'm curious what do you mean by getting your diet chart soon? Did you sign up with a weight loss program or a nutritionist that will be supplying you with a diet plan and/or meals?

The simple answer to your question regarding supplements is: no, supplements are not necessary for weight loss.

The more complex answer is that some supplementation can be helpful to achieve your body composition goals, and to maintain your overall health.

A proper diet and a well executed training program will help far more than supplements in getting you where you want to be.

Remember that the number on the scale is not the most important thing. The most important thing is your health. The second most important thing is how you feel. After that, comes how you look. If all three of those things are taken care of, then the number on the scale is just a statistic; it's a relatively meaningless piece of data that tells nothing close to the whole/real story.

The internet, including this forum, is full of information, and a lot of it is good. There's plenty of misinformation to be had as well, so it's best to do plenty of research; and listen to people you trust, who appear to be living healthy, happy lives, and are practicing fitness routines that you think you can realistically emulate.

There are people online who will tell you that this supplement or that gadget will do the work for you; you should be cautious of that. When it comes to fitness/health and body composition: if you want to achieve your goals you should expect to put in the work. So set measurable goals for diet and weight training, stay mindful of your mental well-being, get plenty of rest each night, find ways to stay motivated, inspire others and yourself, and take progress photos every few weeks instead of focusing on the number on the scale.
Thanks for replying. I quite agree on whatever you said. I'll do my research better.
And as for my diet chart, my gym has its own nutritionist. I'll be consulting soon.
 
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Thanks for replying. I quite agree on whatever you said. I'll do my research better.
And as for my diet chart, my gym has its own nutritionist. I'll be consulting soon.
Make sure you check their credentials. If they are not a registered dietician, it may not be worth the money.
 
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I think you can't say that a women can not do exercise , she can do it but if have never done it before then she need to start from very low.. and then increase gradually
 

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I think you can't say that a women can not do exercise , she can do it but if have never done it before then she need to start from very low.. and then increase gradually
Uh, who’s saying that?
 

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