Did you know there’s something you can add to your strength training routine that can be a game-changer?
See if you can guess what it is from the benefits it provides:
Improves cardiovascular health: Doing it regularly can help lower blood pressure, reduce the risk of heart disease, and improve circulation.
Helps maintain a healthy weight: It can help burn calories and maintain a healthy weight, reducing the risk of obesity.
Boosts mood and reduces stress: Doing it outdoors can help reduce stress and anxiety and improve mood and cognitive function.
Strengthens muscles and bones: It can help strengthen muscles and bones, improving overall fitness and reducing the risk of injuries.
Improves balance and coordination: Regularly doing it can improve balance and coordination, reducing the risk of falls in older adults.
Promotes better sleep: It can improve sleep quality, helping individuals fall asleep faster and stay asleep longer.
That’s right … walking.
Strength training is still and will always be the main ingredient in any effective exercise program, no matter what time of year it is, your age, gender, or political preference. Lol 😂
But we can take advantage of warmer weather, more sunlight, and fresh air … and burn some extra calories while we’re at it.
And not only will you burn more calories and fat so you can see the muscle definition you’re working so hard to achieve, but you’ll also rack up some Vitamin D and be able to clear your head and think for a while.
Now, if you’re already walking for exercise, that’s great … keep doing it!
But if you’re not including a well-designed, intentional strength training program in your fitness routine and would like to, shoot me a reply so we can brainstorm some ideas for getting started. (Brett Denton)
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