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The Now What Fitness Series lays out the foundation of fitness in a concise and simplified manner, making for a collection of books that help the reader truly comprehend how to improve one's health and well-being from A to Z. I've broken fitness down into comprehensive concepts, giving anybody who truly wants to change their health and their lives in profound ways, the step-by-step tools and knowledge to do so.
Perhaps the question should not be why strength train, but why not. The reasons are exciting because it actually gives us some control in the quality of our lives. Let’s discuss a few reasons here, shall we?
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THE BAD NEWS:
THE GOOD NEWS:
Must be why she looks so happy!
That's right! Pump that iron, baby!
I believe that performing a safe and effective strength/resistance training routine on a regular basis is the closest thing to the FOUNTAIN OF YOUTH in existence.
Improvement in muscular strength and endurance is accomplished through a resistance training regimen that adheres to the fundamental principles of exercise and may be done by using
and body weight...just to name a few.
Building a healthy body requires some type of resistance training, along with a cardio routine and proper nutrition. One without the other is like trying to follow a recipe without all the required ingredients.
If strength training is not part of your present fitness regime, it should be! What are you waiting for? Check out my routines for some easy workouts to get you started. It has never been easier to begin a resistance training program no matter what your fitness level. The main thing is…just get started! Time is wasting and so is your muscle if you aren’t training it!
I think the answer is crystal clear: to look, feel, and be the fittest and healthiest that we possibly can. No health and fitness regimen is complete without it.
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Just in case you need more reasons to support why strength train: Studies have shown that people in their 60's and 70's who strength train regularly actually have muscles that perform and look as well as people in their 20's and 30's. I told you it was like the Fountain of Youth. Now grab a dumbbell (and I don't mean your significant other) and get busy!
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