Fitness experts say exercise and training routines differ for men and women because of their physical and hormonal differences and their goals. Geralyn Coopersmith of the Equinox Fitness Training Institute says women tend to want to lose body fat while men want to bulk up, and while it can be more difficult for women to do extreme workouts, she says many young women do not challenge themselves enough.
Trainers tailor workouts to meet gender-specific needs
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