The Benefits of Strength Training
A paradigm shift has taken place. Strength training has traditionally been viewed as a form of exercise reserved for athletes, bodybuilders, and those interested in improving their physical appearance. However, decades of scientific research suggest that we have been dramatically undervaluing the effects of properly performed strength training. The research-proven benefits of strength training are broader than we have ever assumed. In fact, research shows that many health benefits can only be achieved through strength training.
- Improve your body composition with strength training. The most effective form of exercise to help you lose fat and increase lean muscle tissue.
- Increase your Resting Metabolic Rate.
- Reduce your risk of chronic disease including cardio-vascular disease.
- Improve bone mineral density.
- Prevent age-related Sarcopenia.
- Look better. Less fat with more muscle creates a toned and
- Feel better. Boost your energy levels and improve your mood.
- Do better. Improve sleep quality to re-energize your mind and body.
- Enhance flexibility and joint range of motion.
- Improve running economy.
- Prevent injury and minimize tissue trauma by developing stronger muscles, tendons, fascia, ligaments and bones.
- Increase power production.
- Enhance muscle strength and endurance.