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But she hesitates to enter gym weightlifting areas where she typically sees a bunch of guys lifting. She was taking boot-camp and interval-training classes at a New York studio called Trooper Fitness last spring when she spied a weight-training class in the next room that included a mix of men and women.
Many women have used five- or 10-pound weights as part of workouts.
But in recent years more women are lifting heavier weights, spurred in part by intensive regimens like Cross Fit that use Olympic-style barbell lifts.
“I still don’t feel comfortable saying, ‘Pardon me, are you done with these weights? She tried the class and loved the encouraging, detailed instruction.
More traditional gyms and boutiques are expanding weight areas to meet rising demand from women.