Why you need to lift weights!

Weight training has numerous benefits! I have been lifting weights for 14 years. During this time and before I started going to the gym I also did calisthenics for 15 years. I can still fit into clothes from over 12 years ago. I attribute this to consistent strength training, clean eating and wanting the absolute best for myself when it comes to health. This is completely within your reach too! 



Lifting weights will,

  • Increase your muscle mass in turn making your body more insulin resistant
  • Increase your bone density
  • Strengthen your skeletal structure and improve your posture (that is, if you perform exercises with correct technique and equally strengthen antagonist muscles) and prevent musculoskeletal injuries
  • Improve self-confidence, simply because you will look fantastic
  • Reverse muscle atrophy. As we age our muscle mass slowly declines, however, this doesn’t need to happen and you can maintain/build muscle mass for your entire life by lifting weights
  • Enhance functional movement patterns through neural adaptations, such as better balance and muscular adaptations, for example, increased muscular power.

So there you have it, six great reasons why you should be lifting weights consistently for your entire life. If you have never lifted weights or have not been in the gym for a while, make the change now. It is never too late. Do something today that your future self will thank you for.

Strength training is the answer to excellent physical health and confidence for life!

Strength training is the answer to excellent physical health and confidence for life!


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