Eight Benefits of Weight Training


Strength training exercise has many health benefits, both physical and mental. Here are eight benefits of regular physical activity.
•    Weight Management. Exercise prevents obesity and can help you lose weight. When you exercise, you burn calories, and the harder you work, the more calories you burn. Exercise also increases muscle mass, which increases metabolism and the number of calories you burn during the day. If you do not have time to exercise every day, you can still get the benefits of being more active in everyday life, for example by always taking the stairs instead of the elevator.
•    Better mood. Regular exercise is a successful method of combating depression. Physical activity increases the production of serotonin which makes you feel happier and more relaxed. During intense exercise also released endorphins that can relieve pain, anxiety and stress. Regular exercise also helps you feel more satisfied with your appearance, increasing the self-confidence and makes you feel better.
•    More energy. Physical activity increases your muscular strength and endurance. Moreover, exercise for the heart and lungs more efficiently deliver oxygen and nutrients to body tissues. This makes you feel more alert and have more energy for your daily activities at home and at work.
•    Better Sex Life. When you exercise regularly, you get more energy and are more satisfied with your appearance, which may have a positive effect on your sex life. In addition, men who exercise regularly are less likely to suffer from erectile dysfunction than men who never exercise.
•    Improved mental ability. Regular physical activity can improve memory and concentration. Exercise improves blood circulation to the brain have better access to oxygen. It also affects exercise a variety of neurotransmitters in the brain that are important for your mental ability. With more exercise, you will find it easier to remember things, be able to concentrate better and be more creative.
•    Better sleep. If you have sleep problems, exercise can help you fall asleep, sleep longer and deeper sleep. Regular exercise also makes you feel more energetic and more alert during the day. Remember that exercise too close to bedtime can make it difficult to fall asleep. You should not train more than two hours before going to bed.
•    Reduced risk of injury. Exercise strengthens bones and muscles, reducing the risk of injury. Stronger bones reduce the risk of fractures and a stronger muscle reduces the risk of sprains and stretching. Stretching and motion exercises increase mobility in muscles and can reduce the risk of further muscle tears and injuries to tendons.
•    Exercise is fun. It gives you a chance to unwind and participate in activities that you enjoy doing. Exercise is also a great social activity that gives you an opportunity to spend time with family and friends. Try to find a form of exercise that you like to do: take dance lessons, join a soccer team, or take walks in nature. If you get bored, try something new!