There are some differences to be aware of between men and women when it comes to training. It doesn’t effect how you would go about training, just a heads up. When training in a hot environment, women tend to have a higher surface area to body mass ratio. This allows more heat to be evaporated, hence, better cooling.
Men have a higher sweat rate. This is great for better cooling but it leads to greater fluid loss. Men need to make hydration a top priority. This increased sweat rate is mainly due to increased testosterone, causing sweat to occur quicker than estrogen.
Increased amounts of testosterone in men leads to greater gains in strength and muscle size. Women have about two thirds the muscle size as men do. Women have more estrogen than men, but the estrogen can be important for endurance events.