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Whatever your age, strength training is an activity that provides many health benefits for both men and women. Strength training can be done by people who are in good health, as well as by those who have health concerns — such as arthritis or chronic pain.
Combined with regular aerobic exercise, doing an activity like lifting weights two or more times a week can improve your mental, emotional and physical health.
Health Conditions That Benefit From Strength Training
Strength training is known to reduce the symptoms of several health problems and chronic diseases, such as:
Benefits of Strength Training
While some of the benefits of strength training are for older men and women, it is never too early to start. The major benefits of strength training include:
Strength Training Recommendations
It is never too early or too late to start a strength training program. Adults should aim for doing this as least two days a week. The exercises should work all the major muscle groups of the body.
Strength training often involves lifting weights. But other types of resistance exercises also work well — such as using exercise bands or doing bodyweight exercises, such as push-ups or crunches.
If you are physically inactive, have an existing health condition or have concerns about your health, check with your doctor before starting any exercise program.
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