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What Strength and Power Training Can Do For You!

No matter how old or how young you are, strength and power

training can offer benefits. Studies in children and young people, some as little as 8 years old, have found

improvements in sports performance (among athletes), body

composition (among those who are overweight or obese), and

physical and psychological well-being (across all categories).

And benefits continue across your lifespan, even into your 80s and 90s.

Some research has included subjects as old as 98 and

has shown that strength training helps the elderly stay

independent longer.

One of the reasons that strength and

power training are so potent, especially as you get older, is

their ability to curb muscle loss and build new muscle. Muscle

loss begins at around age 35.

On average, adults who don't do

regular strength training can expect to lose 4 to 6 pounds of

muscle per decade. Starting an exercise program is not hard.

All you need is some bands, light dumbbells and your own

bodyweight, it's that easy and you can workout in the comfort of

your own home!




Do you want to feel stronger and healthier this summer in only six weeks? Now is your chance!

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