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Why Women Must Embrace Strength Training

Barongo KE

Feb. 18, 2020

You’ve been working out doing cardio every time but seeing no results? What next should a lady do? Then try strength training. Contrary to popular belief weight lifting and strength training won’t make you look bulky. Bulking out like a man requires testosterone. You don’t need to worry about looking “beefy.”
Strength training isn’t just for men. Women can still gain all of the benefits of strength training men do, and you don’t need to worry about bulking up. You might gain a little weight with the muscle, but you’ll also trim and tone your body in amazing ways. From confidence to stronger bones, strength training can help you lead a happier and healthier life.
Here is the importance of strength training in women:
Tone your body
Although cardio is great at improving your heart health and overall stamina, strength training will help you look good. You’ll notice your muscle tone will be tighter; you’ll look sleek and trim. Even if you don’t want to look ripped, it’s always nice to see a little muscle definition under your skin.
Help keep your bones and joints healthy
Lifting weights consistently can help improve your bone density and fight osteoporosis. Women who strength train often experience less pain in their joints, less bone loss, and decreased lower back pain.
Reduce risk of injury
When done correctly, strength training can mean less risk of injury every time you work out. As you lift weights you strengthen your muscles and bones, which mean you’ll be less likely to injure yourself during your daily sweat session.
Reduce anxiety
Most people who exercise find it helps improve their mood. In fact, numerous studies show the impact of cardio exercise on mood, mental sharpness, and even general quality of life. Strength training has also been shown to improve anxiety levels. So the next time you dread going to the gym, just think about how much better you’ll feel.
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