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You may feel overwhelmed with all the health information available to you. However, there are a few basic tips to keep in mind for your optimal health.
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Many individuals who exercise or are new to the fitness world feel strength training is only associated with more experienced athletes. This couldn’t be further from the truth. There are too many physical, health, and mental benefits to leave strength training out of your workout schedule. Here is why and how you should include this important piece into any training program. Read more on 5 Benefits of Weight Training.

If you knew that a certain type of exercise could benefit your heart, improve your balance, strengthen your bones, and help  you lose weight as it made you look and feel better, wouldn’t  you want to get started? Well, studies show that strength training can do all of that and more. Strength training is not just for bodybuilders lifting weights in a gym. It can benefit people of all ages and may be particularly important for people with health issues such as arthritis or a heart condition. Read more on 7 Reasons to Add Strength Training to Your Workout Routine.

Ready to incorporate strength training to your workout? See Strength Training.

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