It’s pretty common to hear women say, “I don’t want to lift weights because I don’t want to get big.” But the reality is that hitting the weights is the most effective way to accomplish most fitness goals – from getting lean and toned to losing weight. Tired of sweating all over every piece of cardio equipment at the gym and still getting zero love from the scale? We don’t blame you. You need more iron. Not in your diet—in your hands. According to the National Center for Health Statistics, a mere 21 percent of women strength train two or more times a week. What you don’t know: When you skip the weight room, you lose out on the ultimate flab melter. Those two sessions a week can reduce overall body fat by about 3 PERCENT in just 10 weeks, even if you don’t cut a single calorie. That translates to as much as three inches total off your waist and hips. Even better, all that new muscle pays off in a long-term boost to your metabolism, which helps keep your body lean and sculpted. Suddenly, dumbbells sound like a smart idea, right? To read more click here!