We all have different needs when it comes to exercise and those needs continue to change as we age. When was the last time you really thought about your exercise routine, and more importantly, are you experiencing gains with your current program? Maybe what worked once at an earlier age for whatever reasons does not seem to work now.
When you hear the word ‘joints’ it is typically used to refer to pain or stiffness. However, even though we idly comment on the state of a singular body part, it is important to remember that all parts of our body are one.
One of the best decisions you could ever do for your body is getting involved in fitness. Not only does it keep you fit and looking good, it has a wide array of positive effects on your heart, your blood pressure, and various diseases.
So much focus is put on weight loss within the fitness industry, that most of us don’t stop and think about strength and the role it plays.
Living a stronger and longer life is a great goal to have. However, most people directly correlate stronger and livelier as thinner and lighter.