Biblical Evidence On Women ‘lifting’ Weights!!

god pleaseThe word sparks a feeling of quiet disgust from women that are reluctant to lift weights and look at dumbbells and barbells as equipment that would create “man muscles”and distort their particular feminine frames.
OK, I am never going to give you the same advice that you discover on online fitness websites such as T-nation with pictures of women along with incredibly toned abs. That might make you one of the “naysayers” who explain that the articles are paid plus don’t have an ounce of reality (which is incorrect) and that the particular photos are those of models (which is correct).
I am going to give you Biblical evidence that beautiful and very hot women lifted weights: -)
Ok, if you are one of the those who don’t rely on the Bible, stop reading today. If you believe, continue reading (read upon anyway, you might have something to talk about.. )
In Genesis Chapter 24 (this is not a sermon, I promise), you will find the story of Abraham’s stalwart who is tasked with finding a spouse for Isaac. He comes across Rebecca (who is described as very beautiful) and she offers him a drink plus proceeds to give a drink to their camels too!! (The latter part of the tale is not relevant to the point I am going to make so I will not expand on it; if you are curious, read the Bible: -)
So� back to the component about Rebecca giving a drink to some man and his camels(There were 10 of them ).
An average buck drinks around 100-130 litres if it is thirsty.
So 10 camels = 1000 litres (assuming they will just drank 100 litres)
Since we are talking about the Bible occasions, it is safe to assume there is no motorized equipment of any kind of sort to help draw the water out there.
So, Rebecca made several trips to a well (with a pulley-let’s assume) and used the pitcher (with a 5-10 litre capacity) plus rope atleast 180-200 times.
For the mathematically challenged, 1000/5=200 (for a 5-litre pitcher) and 1000/10=100 (for a 10-litre container).
That is she had to pull and raise the pitcher around 100-200 occasions to satisfactorily quench the being thirsty of the 10 camels.
5 lt is approx equal to 5 kgs. So, Rebecca’s effort was equal to lifting a 5 kg clod 200 times or a 10 kilogram dumbbell 100 times (I feel just pointing out the poundage without concentrating on the type of lift). The fact that Rebecca offered to do the action in the first place shows that she was ready for this task as she had been sufficiently strong through practice!
So, if Rebecca can lift weights frequently and still look very beautiful, almost all women out there should start lifting even more instead of sticking with the pathetic red dumbbells at the gym (which is only of usage to people who are recovering from injuries

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