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The 7 “Must Have” Benefits of Strength Training

If you’re concerned about living a youthful, vigorous lifestyle, strength training is an absolute must – especially as you get older.

Don’t get me wrong, simple activities like walking and riding your bike are great. But in order to see dramatic improvements in your health and physical appearance your body needs a slightly bigger push.
The problem though, is when most folks think about getting started on a strength training routine they have visions of muscle bound weight lifters throwing around ungodly amount of weight at their local gym.

But that’s doesn’t necessarily have to be the case – real functional strength training doesn’t have to be anything like that. And besides, the health benefits of a regular strength training routine are simply too great to be overlooked.

With just a basic understanding of simple calisthenics movements (push-ups, sit-ups, squats, etc.) in just 10-15 minutes a day 3-4 days a week you can achieve all these amazing health benefits and so much more…

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#1) A Strong Healthy Heart: A simple regimen of low impact strength training has been shown to lower blood pressure levels while at the same time decreasing LDL (or bad) cholesterol levels.

#2) Reduced Risk of Injury: Regular strength training builds better balance, agility and coordination. Not only that, studies have clearly shown us that strength training increases bone density and resiliency – greatly reducing the effects of bone degeneration and the risk of injuring yourself in a slip and fall.

#3) A Powerful Libido: Regular strength as we all know increases lean muscle mass – but a lesser know fact is the same hormones your body releases to help build muscle (Testosterone) also super charge your libido and help alleviate most “bedroom performance problems”.

#4) Eliminate Chronic Pain: Building strong leg and abdominal muscles alleviates pressure on the joints and spine helping sooth and often eliminating chronic leg, neck and back pain.

#5) Look and Feel Better: On top of the fact that a lean muscular physique looks and feels better than a soft flabby body – regular strength training can have a dramatic affect on your posture, confidence and your overall self esteem.

#6) Forever Young: Regular physical activity in general can help keep you remain healthy and vibrant for life. Couple that with regular strength training and you’ll ensure that your body’s resilient and energized enough to participate in most any physical activities (sports, camping, sailing, etc.). Not to mention it makes every day chores like mowing the lawn and carrying the groceries up stairs a breeze.

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#7) Maintain Your Ideal Healthy Bodyweight: Studies have shown us that pound for pound muscle burns three times as many calories as fat. Plus strength training supercharges your metabolism allowing it to burn excess calories and fat faster and more efficiently.

The benefits of strength training are so profound – I’ve made it my #1 health goal for 2007. And like I mentioned earlier I don’t plan on signing up at a gym or buying equipment of any kind.

My plan is to push my couch into the corner of my living room and do a simple calisthenics routine consisting of different variations of pushups, sit-ups, neck bridges and squats for 15 minutes a day 5 days a week

With this simple routine I’ll be able to work every muscle in my body quickly and efficiently – and I’ll burn tons of calories in the process, with little or no impact on my joints.

I highly recommend you try a similar regimen – it’s quick, easy, effective and affordable. But before you get started make sure you talk to your doctor first – better safe than sorry.

Stay Healthy!

Louis Hart
Best Life Herbals

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