Both can benefit from it and both will grow stronger, but males are genetically predisposed to grow stronger than females.
its much more painful for woman
The effects are the same for men and women; infertility.
Syphilis has the same effects in men and women. Chlamydia has different effects in males and females. Females are less likely to get symptoms than males, and can experience pelvic inflammatory disease. Men can experience prostatitis, epididymitis, and orchitis from chlamydia.
why doe some people grief differently
it is training effect. :)
Schizophrenia does not affect more males than females. However, males are affected earlier and more severely, for unknown reasons, than females.
In females, chlamydia can affect the vaginal, cervix, uterus, fallopian tubes, peritoneum, rectum, eyes, and throat.
Chlamydia and gonorrhea can cause sterility in females.
No, it has the same affect on both genders.
Alzheimer's disease affects both females and males.
Affect is a verb. Effect is what a cause does. Training is a cause, therefor the effect is losing weight. And you are affecting your health positively.
No, it only affect males.
Unless you do circuit training, weight training has little direct affect on the heart rate. Weight training is anaerobic exercise. It is aerobic exercise like walking or running that has a direct affect on the heart rate because it strengthens the heart. Weight training does not.
Scabies is more common amongst females than males.
sunlight affect land and water to due the heat.
About 90% of eating disorders affect females.
Training and development an affect employees and depending on the type of training received can depend on the impact. For the most part when there is a positive introduction to training and development the employees greatly benefit.
yes it does
it makes you high
Males and females.
Yes it does.