There are more benefits than just building muscle — strength training builds bones & helps to prevent injuries.
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Getting to the gym for a weight workout isn't always easy. That's why it pays to have weights at home as a backup, or even as a substitute.
Strength Training Myths | Article
Taking time each week to build your strength can help you live a more healthy and independent life. Read on to dispel myths and to get the facts about strength training.
If you're ready to take your strength training up a notch, try these five simple ways to add a little oomph to your bodybuilding in the time you have.
Trainers don't just randomly choose the number of repetitions a person does. (Well, at least the good ones don't.) Come inside the science of reps for the bodybuilding results you want.
Does a particular strength move rub your muscles the wrong way? A little adjustment may be all you need. Try these common bodybuilding exercises tweaked to avoid pain and strain.
The Best Reasons to Strength Train | Article
Although aerobic workouts like walking or running are important, they can’t take the place of strength training when it comes to building and preserving muscle.
Starting as early as your 20s and throughout your 30s, you'll naturally start to lose muscle -- and gain fat at a rate of about 2 percent per decade, especially if you have a sedentary job or lifestyle...
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