The term strength training embraces a group of sports.
Strength sports require muscles. Of course, they need to be built up slowly and sustainably. Your primary goal is to develop a specific type of strength as well as to retain and expand your musculature. Next to aesthetics, your health plays a key role. Thus, strength training supports your back, protects your joints, trains your circulatory system, reduces your body fat, and prevents osteoporosis.
It boosts your immune system and triggers feelings of happiness.
The increase of rapid and maximum power is dependent on certain factors. You can influence some of them. The equipment at your training location, the biomechanics, and anatomic attributes, your motivation and diet are most essential. With an individualized workout, you can build up your musculature effectively.
Yet strength training leads to much more advantages than pure muscle formation.
It hardens your bones, increases your flexibility, protects from diabetes, and keeps you in balance – physically and mentally, as you get older. Furthermore, it reduces stress by releasing endorphins, leads to a better brain perfusion and increases your self-esteem. What are you waiting for?