Resistance and Strength
Why Resistance Training? Maintaining the strength we have. Many of us think we will be physically strong forever, but doing the work now to keep our strength is vital. Over time muscle atrophy (Sarcopenia) and loss of strength occur. Lifting a heavy box or carrying a large bag is a strength we may take for granted, and making sure we are physically capable in the years to come depends on the effort we put in now. In addition to maintaining and building strength, the prevention of osteoporosis becomes very important after age 50. Resistance training helps us maintain muscle mass and bone mass which is key to remaining vital and physically active. This practice is not for a beach body; it's to build your strength and endurance for the future.
Important note: If you sign up for a free trial and provide your credit card, you must remember to cancel your trial if you find the program is not right for you. We suggest setting a cancellation reminder on your phone, so you are not surprised by an unwanted charge on your card when the trial period ends.
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