In the past week, Stefi Cohen shared the tips of getting big shoulders, which were very useful as always.
However, the topic for this week was the Stefi Cohen difference between male and female training in which she described everything in detail.
She also talked about some major positions with amusing details.
In the start, Stefi Cohen talked about the selection of exercise in this she made it clear that there is no such difference in the training methodology of the exercises.
The only visible difference is on the aims and goals of every single person.
Most of the women want to have muscles while staying lean and have a specific look and appearance.
On the other hand, men want to build muscles as well as want to have strength.
In this case, Stefi Cohen advice to get the training according to the body type and also the aim of how much one can endure.
However, she repeatedly said that it is a fact that there is no such difference in the selection of exercise, its pressure, and other aspects.
Afterward, Cohen had a conversation about how she had a conversation with Molly Galbraith.
Moly is the owner of girls gone strong. In the discussion, Moly talked about the analysis beyond things which is written by Greg Nuckols.
Furthermore, Cohen explained, keeping in view the data that women have the same ability to gain muscle and strength just like the men.
Moreover, to proceed with the training further, she showed the proof that women tend to gain muscle faster than males.
The main reason caught for this is that women were trained less in comparison to the men who were not trained in the same research.
However, the main reason behind lack of training is the less exposure of ladies towards the field of sports and in case if the females play games, however, here also the sports played by men comprise of more strength usage and power.
Hence, giving more space to the ladies in specific research has the purpose of gaining strength a little faster in some specific cases.
An amusing and exciting claw that was explained was about the competition of strength sports for much trained female players who wants to get a high energy level in their professional field comparing to men in competition.
Stefi Cohen explained everything with the example of wisdom challenged by science, on which she recommends that the women are not required to follow any hard and fast rules in the strength training programs as they might give better reactions to the strength program as compared to the men in most of the training sessions.
In this part, Stefi Cohen covered many interesting things that differentiate men and women from each other.
Stefi Cohen's difference between male and female training covers many aspects like number one; she addresses the women.
According to her, the females can execute several repetitions in a specified time and percentage as compared to the men keeping all the things equal in both the sexes.
Subsequently, she talked about the recovering aspects.
She said that women could get trained better and faster in the same manner the men get trained.
She justified her statement, which citing of the first point.
In addition to this, she said that the women's body produces more amount of estrogen through which females are less likely to get muscle damage during the training sessions.
After this, in the third point, she said that females do not gain the same amount of muscle and fat after doing training of lighter load.
This can be a reason for a high amount of oxidative fibers and muscles in the making.
In the end, she said that the periodic cycle of every individual plays a great role in the process of training of women and also it is vital to plan a training routine keeping the periodic cycle in view.
So the main conclusion of this is that there are many things one has to think about at the time of planning a training routine.
Gender difference lays some impact on performance.
Cohen concluded the conversation by a statement that even with the differences, many ways of strength training are the same for everyone.
It is hoped that the tips and information by Stefi Cohen are liked and helpful.
Reda is an ACE Certified Nutritionist, Brazilian jiu-jitsu purple belt and bodybuilder with 11 years of experience. He's been published on many influential websites such as lifehack.org, Wealthy Gorilla, Good Men Project and more.