Well, I’ve trained a lot of women and a lot of men over the years, and to be honest, two of the three clients I miss the most are Darla and Amy.

Both of these amazing women moved away from Toronto in 2006, and no one has come close to replacing them.

(My 3rd favorite client was John, Darla’s husband, and now they are down in Boston, and I try to visit them every year.)

So many people ask me, “What’s the difference between training men and women for fat loss?”

And you know what?

There really isn’t very much of a difference at all, however there are a few “tricky changes” I make.

Ok, I know you want to hear them, so sit back and I’ll tell you the politically incorrect truth about the differences between training men and women.

Listen, hot girls train very similarly to hot guys.

Let me tell you a story, and I’m not bragging, but I just want to use this as an example.

But back in college, one day, a girl commented on my butt.

Now I had no idea back when I was 19 years old, that girls
cared about a guy’s butt.

I thought they liked chest and biceps, after all, that’s what I was training.

But I was also training my legs, fortunately, doing lunges, split squats, etc., and so I had “a great butt”.

Now you look at the sexy girls I’ve trained, and they are doing the same – lunges, split squats, step-ups – and using a lot of the same upper body exercises – like chin-ups, push-ups, dips, and dumbbell exercises.

And yes, that’s right, I have my female clients do chin-ups.

In fact, I created a program that can help you do your first chin-up. This workout is the exact program I used with the ONE and ONLY Hollywood actress that I ever trained, a girl named Rachel Nichols (she was in G.I. Joe).

=> Get Rachel’s 8-week program here <= Do your first chin-up

Rachel had never done a chin-up before training with me for 8-weeks in Toronto while filming a movie, and before our time together was up, she did a perfect chin-up.

And again, she’s a sexy movie star – she wasn’t big and bulky. She was model hot.

Plus, my two favorite female clients, Amy and Darla, also did chin-ups. And they were just tiny, 5’4″ beautiful women.

I even had Amy work up to 35-pound chest presses, and NO, she was not big and bulky. The exact opposite. An amazing looking 40-year old mom of 3, who was able to wear sleeveless dresses to parties that had all the other women talking about her.

So as you can see, I train guys and gals almost the exact same way when they want a lean, sexy body.

If you’re worried about bulking up, just don’t do what young meathead boys do. Just avoid:

– Training one body part per day
– Going to the gym 5-6 days per week
– Eating like a teenage boy
– Taking steroids
– Having an entire 90-minute workout dedicated to arms

Pretty easy to avoid those mistakes, right?

But if you’re still not convinced, you can make the following two bonus changes:

a) Use only 1 set per exercise instead of 3 sets
b) Use a bodyweight version of a dumbbell exercise when possible

For example, if your workout calls for 3 sets of 8 dumbbell chest presses, do 1 set of pushups to near failure instead.

That will guarantee you’ll eliminate any chance of adding bulk to your beautiful body.

Alright, if you’re ready to get started training for a sexy female body and to do your first chin-up, get started with the complete female fat burning system today.

On that site, for the first time ever, you’ll get 20 weeks of female fat-burning workouts from “TT for Women”, “TT Female Strength” and “TT Bodyweight Bodysculpting for Women” – all for over 75% off the regular price.

Get female fit and sexy,

Craig Ballantyne, CSCS, MS
Certified Turbulence Trainer

Craig Ballantyne

Craig Ballantyne is the author of The Perfect Day Formula: How to Own the Day and Control Your Life. Craig has been a contributor to Men's Health magazine for over 17 years. Today he teaches his gift to high-performing entrepreneurs how to squeeze more out of their days, increase their income, and make more quality time for their families in his Perfect Life Workshop and Work-Life Mastery programs. Craig used his own advice to overcome crippling anxiety attacks in 2006, and he'll teach you his 5 Pillars of Success so you can increase your income, decrease your work time, and live the life of your dreams. Learn more about Craig at craigballantyne.com

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