Better posture because your muscles are more balanced.
Strong bones, which are more dense, this is crucial to help prevent the development of osteoporosis in women.
Muscle tone and definition will improve, along with improved shape, size, and symmetry.
Daily activities and sports will be easier to perform.
Strength training adds more muscle, increasing your body's energy requirements. We therefore burn more calories at a higher rate, even at rest.
Reduction in body fat because of the increased number of calories used.
Increased coordination and neuromuscular function, once you have been training, you'll use more muscle fiber per muscle contraction than an untrained person will.
You'll feel stronger, more confident and operate with a higher level of self esteem.
Reduction in the risk of injury because your muscles and connective tissues are stronger.
These changes don't occur at the same time or overnight, but if you're are diligent with your program, you certainly can expect to see significant differences in both your body and how you feel in a relatively short period of time.
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