In my experience if there is one superpower that most women would want it’d be this:
To eat /drink as much as they like and never get fat.
Which to be fair could be a something most people want.
Did you know though that this could be a reality, oh yes, you could have this superpower.
Chances are you’ve heard of it in its alias.
This is it – Strength & Conditioning.
Believe it or not when you train properly and give it a truly worthy effort good things tend to happen.
Moving starts to become easier, aches/pains begin to reside and your mentality improves too.
Your nutrition improves due to your body demanding higher qualities of nutrient sources.
Muscle mass increases as your strength does, this then in tern leads to high force/power outputs and when combined with legitimate aerobic work that build a formidable work capacity you’ve got a near perfect storm for longevity.
The price you’d need to pay for this would merely be effort and consistency.
You see when you get some solid years of training under your belt that takes you physically to decent levels of physical strength & work capacity, you will have created a massive reserve in your body for the consumption of calories.
While it’s true your body will send you after higher quality ones first and foremost, you will find that when you do suddenly fancy a cake or few cheeky beverages of an alcoholic nature they don’t even make a dent anymore, in fact they’d barely register.
Yet the biggest things you’d notice is that the cravings for the poorer quality food/drink would diminish.
Habits would change as your health improves,both physical and mental.
Remember though, effort and consistency would be required.
Now you’ve had this knowledge exposed what will you do with it?
Do you want to be what many would consider to be a physical superhero, or do you perhaps want something else?
You should investigate this thoroughly.
While you do that here are two simple sessions that you can rotate in a 3 day per week training system. 300-200-100:
You can rotate these for added spice, be warned though, it can be brutal.
Session 1 – Swings x300, Hill Sprints x200 seconds, Dips x100
Session 2 – Squat x300, Loaded Carries x200 seconds, Pull Ups x100
Session 3 – Swings x200, Hill Sprints x100 seconds, Dips x300
Session 4- Squat x200, Loaded Carries x100 seconds, Pull Ups x300
Session 5 – Swings x100, Hill Sprints x300 seconds, Dips x200
Session 6- Squat x100, Loaded Carries x300 seconds, Pull Ups x200
*Higher rep targets (200-300) can have substitutes.
Try and do 50 of these sessions in total if you need somewhere to start (feel free to change up the movement variations as you see fit). .
Now this would be very basic S&C, literally scratching the surface however training more productive than what the majority of people are currently doing.