You need only look at some of the results of strength training to know the benefits and how much good it does the body. Even if you aren’t aiming to get quite as chiseled as someone like Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson, there are many reasons to practice strength training.
Your bones become close to unbreakable. Obviously, we know that having strong bones is important to help support body weight and mobility, so you’ll definitely want to make sure they’re strong and sturdy. Strength training not only maintain bones, it also boosts bone density. Just remember that you’ll need to work out all parts of the body so that all of your bones reap the benefits.
It will boost your confidence. One of the many perks of strength training is seeing rapid results, both physically and in performance. When you first start out, it may be a struggle to do five push-ups but in just a week or two, you’ll find yourself surpassing your initial goals. It’s a fantastic feeling that boosts self-esteem and increases motivation.
Your flexibility is improved. Don’t believe the people who say that weightlifting will make you less flexible. Provided you’re following the proper form, your joints will still have a full range of motion when handling heavy loads, boosting your flexibility.
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