18 Benefits to Weight Training

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  1. Weight training tones your muscles which looks great and raises your
    basal metabolism… which causes you to burn calories 24 hours-a-day.
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  3. Weight training can “reverse” the natural decline in your metabolism which begins around age 30.
  4. Weight training energizes you.
  5. Weight training has a positive effect on almost all of you 650+ muscles.
  6. Weight training strengthens your bones reducing your risk of developing osteoporosis.
  7. Weight training improves your muscular endurance.
  8. Weight training will NOT develop big muscles on women… just toned muscles.
  9. Weight training makes you strong. Strength gives you confidence and makes daily activities easier.
  10. Weight training makes you less prone to low-back injuries.
  11. Weight training decreases your resting blood pressure.
  12. Weight training decreases your gastrointestinal transit time, reducing your risk for developing colon cancer.
  13. Weight training increases your blood level of HDL, cholesterol (the good type)
  14. Weight training decreases your risk of developing adult onset diabetes.
  15. Weight training improves your posture.
  16.  Weight training improves the function of your immune system.
  17. Weight training lowers your resting heart rate, a sign of a more efficient heart.
  18. Weight training improves your balance and coordination.
  19. Weight training elevates your mood.

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