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FAQs

What is the EverStrongSF Strength Method?

 

At EverStrongSF, we specialize in personalized high-intensity strength training. Our 30-minute, full-body workouts are designed to be efficient and safe. With close monitoring and gradual increases in intensity, we ensure that your muscles adapt and grow over time.

 

 Do I Need to Spend Hours at the Gym?

 

No, our 30-minute sessions once or twice a week are sufficient to drive results

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 What if I'm a Woman Worried About Getting Bulky?

 

The likelihood of women becoming bulky through our strength training method is extremely low due to hormonal differences between men and women. Getting bulky muscles requires a specific type of training and diet. Our focus is on strength, which creates denser, not necessarily larger, muscles. 

 

 When Will I See Strength Improvements?

 

You'll likely notice strength gains within the first six weeks. New muscle fibers begin to grow after this period, and with consistent training, you can expect to double your strength within 3-6 months.

 

 Will I Lose Weight?

 

Yes, although weight loss also requires a focus on diet with adequate protein and may be enhanced by adding cardiovascular exercises to your routine.

 

 Can Diet and Cardio Alone Help?

 

A diet and cardio-only approach can lead to muscle loss, which reduces metabolic rate and can result in weight gain in the long term.

 

 What's the Recommended Protein Intake?

 

Aim for a daily protein intake of 0.5 to 1 gram per pound of your ideal lean body mass. For effective muscle recovery, we recommend 1 gram per pound of body weight.

 

 What Type of Cardio is Best?

 

High-Intensity Interval Training (HIIT) is a time-efficient and effective choice for cardiovascular health and weight loss.

 

 Does Age Affect Training?

 

While younger individuals may see faster results, strength training is beneficial for all age groups, even those in their 90s.

 

 Is Strength Training Dangerous?

 

Not when done correctly. Our program emphasizes safe progressive overload, proper form, and allows for adequate recovery time to minimize the risk of injury.

 

 What if I Have an Injury or Recent Surgery?

 

With medical clearance, you can train other parts of your body to support overall well-being and expedite recovery.

 

 What’s the Ideal Long-Term Approach?

 

1. Consistent strength training.

2. Adequate protein intake.

3. Balanced diet.

4. Regular cardiovascular exercise.

 

 Can I Combine Bodybuilding and Strength Training?

 

Yes, it depends on the time and effort you're willing to invest.

 

 How is EverStrongSF Different From Previous Strength Training I've Done?

 

We focus on true high-intensity training, emphasizing those final crucial reps that most people avoid due to safety concerns.

 

 Is Running Enough for Strength?

 

Running mainly targets muscular endurance and specific leg muscles. It's not a substitute for full-body strength training.

 

 Is Functional Training Sufficient?

 

Functional training can improve balance and agility but often lacks the resistance required for building muscle strength.

 

 What About Sport-Specific Training?

 

While strength training can enhance athletic performance, you'll also need sport-specific coaching for optimal results.

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