Weight Training

106903701[1]weight-loss and gaining muscle-mass, as well as improving overall health. Research has shown that regular weight training can increase your Basal Metabolic Rate by up to 15%. For someone burning 2000 calories per day, that’s a potential 300 extra calories (more than a snickers bar), burned every single day.  The more, lean muscle-mass you have, the more calories you will burn daily.

Our muscles also function as shock absorbers and serve as important balancing agents throughout all of our bodies. When muscles are well conditioned it lessens the repetitive landing forces in weight-bearing activities such as jogging, hiking, or playing sports. Weight training helps in daily activities such as: lifting, pushing and carrying light to heavy objects with greater ease Strengthened muscles reduce the risk of injuries that result when a muscle is weaker than its opposing muscle group. Strong muscles, tendons and ligaments are much more capable of withstanding stress. The improved flexibility gained by resistance based exercises will reduce the likelihood of pulled muscles and back pain.

I teach proper wieght training forms, stances and speaiclized breathing techniques, that are guaranteed to increase your lifting capsity, as well as improve your lean muscle -mass.

Weight training and resistance exercises can boost your self-esteem level. As you look better you will in turn feel better; this will help you to be more confident about your body!

(Weight training releases natural endorphins, which will make you feel much more energized and happier!)


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