In society as a whole, prehistoric attitudes are constantly being challenged and this includes the view held by many that women should not get into the world of bodybuilding. Some believe that the quintessentially ‘feminine’ image should never be compromised but there are now more and more females rising to the fore when it comes to training in this way.

Misinformation can undoubtedly have a decidedly detrimental impact in many areas and it could be suggested that this has held back many women from bodybuilding in the past. There is a way of thinking that any woman who begins weight training can only end up adding a lot of bulk to their body. Thankfully, there are now so many professionals who know what they are talking about when it comes to fitness advice and the correct information is accessible.

The females who are committed to their training routine are proof of the incredibly impressive and well-toned and defined look that can be achieved. It could therefore definitely be said that suggesting women bodybuilders can only look big is incorrect. High intensity interval training (HIIT) like this can be hugely beneficial for female trainers and there is no reason to be deterred any longer.