Strength training is about more than just toning up and getting buff. Strength training will help you achieve these goals, but it can also do so much more.
According to the Centers for Disease Control, strength training might just be the cure for what ails you. People with health concerns of all kinds, including heart disease and arthritis can benefit from an exercise program that includes lifting weights a few times each week. And the benefits aren’t just physical – pair a few strength training sessions per week with regular aerobic exercise for a profound impact on your mental and emotional health.
Building strength training into your fitness routine helps you:
- Lose fat
- Tighten up
- Feel better
- Get toned
- Build the muscle you need
WHAT EXACTLY IS STRENGTH TRAINING?
Strength training is an exercise modality that uses progressive resistance to increase the metabolism. It provides obvious benefits, like building strong muscles and giving you a fit, cut look, but it does so much more. Strength training can help you fight the aging process and feel healthier than ever before.
THE BENEFITS OF STRENGTH TRAINING
The benefits of strength training don’t end there. Lifting weights can help you reduce blood pressure, relieve back pain, cut body fat, and give you leaner muscle mass and stronger bones. It improves your endurance, flexibility, and balance.
WORKING WITH BOOS PROFESSIONAL MEDICAL EXERCISE SPECIALISTS HELPS YOU STRENGTH TRAIN SAFELY
Strength training is one of the most effective ways to make the most of your time at the gym.
But if done irresponsibly or incorrectly, lifting weights can be detrimental. The Boos World staff will educate you on proper weight training techniques and explain each activity to you as you are going through it.
Whether you want to get back into lifting after an injury or time off, or if you are new to strength training and have no idea where to begin, we can help.