Hi Leondro. I’m not sure that I understand your question? Can you explain? Resistance training is a form of exercise and to my mind performing resistance training really has nothing to do with either being gifted or having good genes. Please explain what you’re trying to get at here. Thanks.
do I understand you correctly that you are of the opinion that the ability to do resistance training has nothing to do with gender or genes? I completely agree. I also would add that it has nothing to do with age, particularly old age. There are enough studies that demonstrate that even the very frail elderly will benefit from it.
Leonard, genes or being “gifted” have nothing to do with resistance training. However there are methods and styles of training you can do to “redesign” your genes, specifically your mRNA (messenger RNA) and enhance your nervous system to achieve the physique and physical performance level you want. I have currently been experimenting with different styles of training and dieting to reverse my “skinny” and “weak” genes and the results have been amazing. So genes can no longer be considered an excuse for achieving the body that you want!
Also you would be surprised how much testosterone women actually do possess. Although it is less than men, it is not by that much.
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