Know Which Strength Training Exercise Works Best forYou

by Alesha Wilson
(Wilmington, NC)

Our body is our responsibility and applying a functional strength training routine to your everyday exercise program can be very rewarding in the long run. Here are some benefits:
• Reduced potential for injury or illness
• Increased energy for the day’s activities
• Enhanced capacity for better performance and longer endurance
• Increase lean body mass and efficiency
• Maintain balance, stability, and mobility
• Increased speed, strength, and power.

Various strength training exercises are available to individuals depending on areas of concern. Let us deal with the exercises that top the rest in effectiveness:
• Squats – works simultaneously on the glutes, quads, hamstrings, and calves
• Push Ups – compound movements work on the chest, shoulders, triceps, back, and abs
• Lunges – works like squats and additionally works most of the muscles in your legs
• Plank – sometimes referred to as “hover”; works the abs, back, arms, legs, and internal abdominal muscles. Pilates and Yoga likewise employs this isolation move.
• Lat Pulldown - works on the major muscles of your back to strengthen it and aids in you burn calories

People on-the-go should incorporate these five moves 2 or 3 times a week with cardio exercise to strengthen muscles and bones, and burn more calories. Remember to fuel your body with optimum nutrition before, during, and after exercise.

One should know that an effective strength training exercise must be coupled with the use of equipments, educational resources, and nutritional guidance in order for the program to be a well-rounded approach to healthcare.

Alesha Wilson writes for RockwellNutrition.com - leading natural health supplement website.

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