Monday, January 17, 2022

Misconceptions and Benefits of Strength Training (Part 1) :

Misconceptions and Benefits of Strength Training (Part 1)
Having trouble getting motivated or reaching your goals? Strength training can be a useful tool for achieving success. There are many misconceptions surrounding strength training, and in this article, I will attempt to dispel some of those myths.

Strength training has endless benefits and should be used by everyone, from the old to the young. While anyone can pick up a weight, it's important that they are given the proper guidance and instruction to avoid injury and maximize their results. People really need to want to change. Not only their bodies, but their lives as well. Discovering the benefits of strength training can be a life changing event!

Becoming physically fit involves many different components, but the two main factors leading to a healthy body are a healthy diet and exercise. I will touch on the topic of strength training because I believe it is one of the foundations of good health. Most types of physical activity have benefits. Strength training, or anaerobic exercise, will help to support your bones and muscles for all activities. Cardiovascular, or aerobic, exercise is important, but needs to be supplemented with strength training.

A good combination of aerobic and anaerobic exercise is the best approach for losing weight and getting into shape. It's common to see the same people at the gym doing the same aerobic workouts every day, but failing to incorporate strength training into their workouts. Not only will repetition of the same aerobic exercises become boring for people, but it will be more difficult for them to achieve results until they add weight training into their workout. Many people fail to realize that weight training is a big calorie burner and muscles use more energy, and take up less space, than fat.

👉 Misconceptions and Benefits of Strength Training (Part 2)

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