Are you tired of trying fitness routines that don’t seem to work for you?
You’re not alone. As a woman, your body has unique biochemical needs that most exercise plans fail to address. But don’t give up just yet! You can achieve the results you’re looking for by understanding and supporting the hormone changes you experience throughout your 28-day hormone cycle.
The truth is that most exercise plans are built around male-centered research, leaving women to try different plans, be disappointed, and try again. It’s time to end the gender bias in the fitness industry and acknowledge that women are biochemically different from men. When we adopt approaches that are designed to work with our unique biological distinctions, we will finally start to see results.
To biohack your unique female biochemistry, you need to understand your 28-day cycle and match your food and exercise to your natural hormonal shifts. By doing so, you’ll experience easier periods, less PMS, reduced bloating, clearer skin, and improvements in weight and body composition.
But when should you engage in high-intensity training, and when should you slow down with more restorative movement? During the follicular phase (the first half of your cycle), your metabolism is naturally slower, making it the perfect time for high-intensity workouts. During the luteal phase (the second half of your cycle), when your energy slows, you should shift to activities like yoga, walking, and easy bike rides. Not only will you be matching your energy level, but you’ll also get better results.
Remember, a woman can’t exercise the same way every day and expect to see results. The key is to understand your unique biochemical needs and sync your self-care with your cycle. It’s time to stop biohacking with the boys and start seeing the results you deserve.