Weight training has evolved into a form of exercise that can be used not only by bodybuilding enthusiasts, but by everyone at different levels. Weight training has many positive effects such as improved posture, better sleep, support for weight loss, metabolic boosting effects, reduced inflammation, and help protect against chronic disease. Here are the best ones:
Better posture and balance
Strengthening exercises increase flexibility and balance and reduce the risk of injury.
Discipline develops when you force yourself to stick to a certain plan in your life. Since strength training will have a positive impact on your daily life, trying to stick to this routine will also help improve your understanding of discipline in your life. It is up to you to expand this understanding and extend it to other areas of your life, such as business life and food.
A study published by Boston University in February 2008 found that the type 2 muscle fibers that develop when you lift weights increase your metabolism. Thus, the number of muscles in your body increases significantly.
Like many forms of physical activity, lifting weights can do wonders for your mental health. Research has shown that lifting weights reduces depression, boosts your mental health, and boosts your self-confidence.
Regulates insulin resistance and reduces inflammation
In addition to preventing chronic disease, the fact that glucose burn is very high with strength training is very good news for patients with type 2 diabetes. Because patients with type 2 diabetes must constantly monitor their insulin resistance. Lifting weights also helps fight inflammation that causes many diseases, such as cancer. Studies have shown that women who do strength training twice a week have reduced levels of inflammation.
Provides weight control
As your muscle mass increases, fat burning in your body increases accordingly. Thus, you will have an advantage in maintaining weight control.
Strengthens your bones
Weight training will strengthen your bones and reduce the risk of fractures and fractures.
Provides better sleep quality
It has been proven that those who exercise regularly, and especially those who push themselves beyond their limits, have a very high quality of sleep. In 2012, a study of older men found that those who exercise regularly sleep better at night than those who don’t.
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