Strength training is anaerobic style of physical activity that increases the strength of muscles through resistance training, isometric training or weight lifting. The Strength training routine puts the muscles through short duration, high intensity activities that result is better performance and effective weight loss.
Strength training is safe for both men and women of all ages and can be worked according to one physical ability and benefits mental and emotional health. Strength training also helps people with health problems like diabetes, arthiritis, osteoporosis and heart diseases can benefit from it with a good exercise program made around their needs. Old people have many problems like knee pain, back pain which can be a problem in movements. Strength training with light exercise can slowly work on the problem and help you reduce the pain and become fit.
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Weight Training is one of those activities that many people believe is restricted to anyone who wants to build big muscle. But that’s a myth. The reality is that weight training exercises are for anyone looking to get in shape. It can help you lose weight as well as tone your complete body.
Besides all this, here’s a list of reasons why you should be strength training:
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Many of us learn weight training techniques by watching friends or others in the gym — but sometimes what we see isn’t safe. We’ve previously told you about gym safety guidelines. For correct guidance, a good personal trainer would be your best friend to ensure best results out of your workout. For those who would still be working out alone in the gym here are few tips to ensure maximum results.
Also, note that weight training is for both men and women, and can be used to lower body fat levels and tone your body. Due to naturally lower testosterone levels women will never grow large muscles. In fact, mos guys have a hard time building muscle also
Anyway, we’ll first cover the ‘dos’ of weight training:
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If you’re doing all the wrong things, then it could be possible that your gym is making you fat! Many of us religiously work out at the gym with very little change. Read this and find out what you could be doing wrong and fix it:
Only cardio training: Cardio is great to lose weight, but to get muscle definition in your arms, lift your sagging muscles or get that six pack, you need to do some resistance training. And ladies, you will not get bulky muscles from lifting weights. In fact, you can’t. Else, there wouldn’t be puny guys in the gym trying to gain muscle.
You miscalculate calories: Often people over calculate their workout calories, and under calculate those in their food. More calories in, and less calories out, means weight gain! So, don’t eat those unhealthy samosas after your 30 minute walk.
Same ineffective workout routine: You’ve been doing the same routine, since the dawn of the century. So, you’re body is used to it, and is so efficient at doing the workout, then it doesn’t need to truly exert. You must keep changing your workout routine to make it effective.