Mesomorph Workout Plan

The mesomorph body type is naturally lean, tone and athletic built. It doesn’t take a lot of work for a mesomorph woman to produce results and make a drastic body makeover.

A mesomorph woman is either a pear, apple or hourglass body shape. If you are a mesomorph, you are the luckiest of the three body types, since your body type allows you to be both muscular and defined, which are the attributes both ectomorphs and endomorphs have a great difficulty achieving. 

Weight training and toning exercises are great for women with this body type. In particular, supersetting and circuit training work well to fine tune your body into a natural shape and accentuate your womanly curves.

Because many mesomorph women tend to be heavier on the bottom, incorporating compound glute and leg workouts that trim the thighs and shape up the butt can help you craft the balanced, sleek and sculpted body.

If you're not sure wich body type you have, take the body type test to find out. Get to the body type quiz here

Because you already have an athletic body that easily builds lean muscle mass, getting toned and defined abs, butt and legs is just a little work away. 

Sticking to the mesomorph workout plan below 3 days a week for 4- 8 weeks can truly transform your body and melt your fat layers to reveal definitions and sculpted muscles in places such as abs, arms, butt and thighs.

Mesomorph Workout Plan: Day 1

Mesomorph Workout Plan - Day 1

Mesomorph Celebrities: Some of the well known mesomorph female celebs are: Mila Kunis, Kate Hudson, Madonna, Halle Berry, Jessica Alba, Eva Mendes.

Characteristics: Women with mesomorph body type (hourglass shape) tend to be athletic and have well-defined muscles. Mesomorph women are known to be strong and gain muscles easily, but they don't gain fat as easily, which is why they are considered lucky. They also have efficient metabolism and respond well to exercise.

The exercises in this workout plan are listed below:

  • Squat Jumps
  • Dumbbell RDL
  • Ball Dumbbell Press
  • Down Dog Lifts
  • Bicycle Crunches
  • Dumbbell Curls



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