It will make your muscles bigger which will seem to make your parts bigger, but it doesn't make your arms or legs or anything else grow. Your parts will probably become bigger around if measured, but that's muscle growth. it can make muscles larger and bones stronger. If you are worried about looking fatter don't. If you want larger breasts wont work.
Weight training alone does not make your body parts bigger. To get bigger, you must eat above your maintenance calories. Muscles do not grow out of thin air. You must feed the body what it needs to support your weight training. If you don't feed it enough calories, then you will never grow.
Muscle training is lifting weights and weight exercises
Yes, but it can also decrease body weight. Strength training itself doesn't alter the mass of your body. However, you will need to eat and drink plenty of water in order to continue strength training (and living, actually), and that will add to your body weight. Sweating and using the bathroom will decrease your body weight. The benefit of strength training is that more of the weight on your body will be lean, which means that it will contribute more to your strength and other aspects of fitness.
weight training helps you build muscle so you will be strong. Also, when your body develops your muscles, you burn calories, so you can lose weight too!
Yes, different training equipment are used in bodybuilding to work on different parts of the body. People have used training equipment for years and have been ripped with muscle. They do work.
They grow as your body grows and eventually they get bigger and bigger with your height and weight
My body parts may not be the same size as yours. Also, your body parts, when you were little, will be bigger now.
You cannot grow a particular part of your body bigger. You would have to gain weight all over, it isn't possible to pick and choose what parts get bigger either.
Your body is very good at adapting to what demands you make to it. Lifting weights tells it that it needs to get stronger so it'll get right on making bigger muscles for you.
The body does not lose weight. However it is buoyed up equal to the weight of the amount of water that is displaced by the submerged parts of the body.
Isopure provides protein to the body that can build muscle mass when weight training. Also, the protein intake can decrease hunger and enable one to lose body fat.
to reduce weight.
My best answer is because...you get bigger so your body parts start to function and gets bigger or smaller to.
The male body is bigger than the female, so the heart would need a bigger surface area to pump the blood around to all the parts of the body.
Yes it does. The bigger you are the more blood is needed to pump round the body, and therefore a bigger heart is needed for the function.
Yes, strength training will help you lose weight. Depending on your macros consumption for the day, your body will end up using stored energy resulting in weight loss.
There is no one way to train that works for everyone. Congratulations on doing both cardio and weight training! An excellent combination. Your body has a limited ability to recover from exercise. What you do when you train (either by lifting weights or doing cardio) is catabolic, which means that it breaks your body down. This is why it is essential to give your body good nutrition as well as sufficient rest and recovery. Doing so will enable your body to rebuild itself better than it was before training; this process is anabolic. You need the balance of catabolic and anabolic.Cardio will affect your weight training, and your weight training will affect your cardio. Experiment and see what works best for you. One way to combine them is to do your cardio after weight training. Here is a better way: do your cardio before breakfast but on days when you do weight training do cardio in the afternoon. That is the way many fitness models and bodybuilders do it, and it has many advantages.
no weight traning is not for everyone because everyone male and female we all have different body structures
Your eyes. I think there is more but I dont know them. Sorry.
The SAID principle applied to weight training is the base if training needs to be specific to the sport or area in which you are training for. If you want to bench press more weight, you have to train on the bench press. It is relative to the sport or activity you are training for. A runner needs to train the specific lower body areas to become a better runner.
NO (it decreases unless you stretch properly)
weight training correctly with this goal in mind
You can buy special scales, that can tell you the percentage of body fat and muscle.
weight affects training because if you are a heavier person then you will have a harder time catching your breath if you are smaller and more fit then you can keep up and it will be easier on your body
It's possible but unlikely. To use up an important amount of calories(which will help with weight loss) you need to get your heart rate up and keep it up for some time. And weight training just isn't hard or consistent enough work in that way. Weight training is usually for bulking up (gaining muscle), but yes.. you can lose FAT weight.. but gain MUSCLE weight (muscle weighs more than fat). You can lower your body composition via weight training (lower body comp is good). It's hard to explain, but you can lose fat and still gain weight by weight training is what I'm trying to say.