Are women who lift weights safer in this dangerous world than those who choose not to? Women who lift heavy weights can become stronger than?
an average man, but still maintain their smaller muscles and feminine shape by avoiding excess food and gym supplements.
Muscles can be incredibly strong by becoming denser and toner, instead of bigger and bulkier.
- Anonymous8 months agoFavourite answer
not by much. they'll be much safer if they learn to run fast and strengthen their leg muscles so they can kick more forcefully.
- wind_updollLv 78 months ago
It’s important both genders stick to lightweights rather than impending strain or permanent injury. Consistent reps daily are what works, not the weight.
- WoodrowLv 58 months ago
Body awareness. Boys, if left alone in a church or anywhere else will end up wrestling and climbing on things. It;s in their blood. Girls will chat and sit still while excluding the ugly poor girl. When it comes to fail videos or protection, being aware of and in control of your body is where females on average have a disadvantage.
They don't know to tuck and roll on their shoulders from bike falls. So they take the floor head first on a skateboard for the first time. They haven't worked out the geometry of throwing their friends to the ground so they just collapse when being dragged into a van. Any sport or fitness routine that she actually puts her head and heart into (not just going thorough the motions) will help her to be able to fight back but first, avoid the need to fight back.
You aren't going to have to wrestle a rapist if you put down the phone and took a different route when you saw him coming 15 blocks away, vs staring down at the phone and getting hit by a car and raped anyway as you lay in the street.
- KowabungaLv 68 months ago
Most are safe. Most men aren't trying to rape women or want to. Next time you go out if you ever do then observe people who are out and about
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- Anonymous8 months ago
No, being stronger helps a bit but being trained in self-defense helps a lot more...for both men and women. I have 3 daughters, each one has had fight training and fought in competitions since they very little and have the best chances possible to protect themselves.
- BuzzyBeeLv 78 months ago
This is definitely the most creative way of blaming the victim I've ever seen. Good job.
- Anonymous8 months ago
Yes, small muscles can be stronger than big muscles by being denser and having greater nerve connections.
Strong but small muscles are like a crouching tiger, hidden dragon.