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Is strength training really my thing???

Posted by Pascal Landshoeft

Jun 29, 2017 4:03:00 AM

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Is strength training really my thing???

Now a day the fitness craze is hovering dense all over, almost everywhere, as everyone wants to look smarter and muscular, perform more active and important of all to retain a good shape n health throughout the walk of life. Every now and then, there’s a fitness trend driving people nuts… be it GOAT YOGA or CRAWLING for prolonged periods of time but what we have come up with is a very authentic thing -STRENGTH TRAINING

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or it really is???  

Is it really your thing???

These are the very genuine questions that might cross your mind.

What is strength training?

An overall fitness program basically resides on strength training. Here's what strength training can do for you — and how to get started. Strength training makes use of resistance procedures like free weights, weight machines, resistance 

bands, or a person's own weight to shape up muscles and strength.

Where would strength training help you?

Strength training may also help you:

  • Robust your bones strength. If you are into increasing bone density and reduce the risk of osteoporosis; strength training is all you need. It helps you in doing so by stressing your bones.
  • Cope up with your ideal weight. Strength training can help you manage or lose weight, and it can increase your metabolism to help you burn more calories.
  • Augment your quality of life. Strength training is sure to help you with enhancing your quality of life and better your skills to perform everyday tasks. It assists you in Building muscle that in turn contributes to better balance and may diminish your risk of falls. As you age up, it will help you maintain your independence.
  • Get along with chronic conditions in a much better stance. Strength training can reduce the signs, symptoms and even development of many chronic conditions, such as arthritis, back pain, obesity, heart disease, depression and diabetes.
  • Hone your mental talents. According to some research works, consistent strength training and aerobic exercise aid you vigor up thinking and learning skills for older adults.

The thing you should keep in mind is COSISTENCY is the name of the game.

Now, you have enough to weigh your answer for “is strength training really my thing?”

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