Get Stronger and Feel Better with Strength Training

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Feel Better with Strength Training

Do you want to lose body fat? Are you looking for the best option to increase muscle mass and burn more calories? Strength training is the right choice!

Joining strength training classes in your Parkinson gym helps you preserve and enhance your muscle mass at any age. It has numerous benefits and makes you look and feel better. Here we’ve listed a few benefits of including strength training to your Parkinson gym timetable.

Build Strong Bones and Muscles:

Strength training requires much larger stimuli than muscle growth or endurance-based lifting. This stresses your bones, improves bone density, and minimises the risks of osteoporosis. Moreover, it also helps your joints stay flexible and reduce the risks of arthritis.

As you age, your muscle mass gets reduced and strength training can help you reverse this trend by building muscles.

Reduces Abdominal Fat:

Compared to cardiovascular exercises, strength training is more effective at reducing abdominal fat. This abdominal fat, also known as visceral fat, surrounds vital organs, including the heart. So, preventing abdominal fat through strength training improves your cardio health.

Improves Cardiovascular Health:

Did you know a person who strength-trains regularly have better-functioning HDL, maintains good cholesterol level, and more? It also improves blood pressure and maintains blood sugar. This is because strength training builds muscles and improves the muscle’s ability to take in and use glucose.

Improves Metabolism:

Indulging in strength training improves your metabolism, which helps you to burn more calories. This allows you in managing your weight, and you will look better.

Improves the Quality of Life:

Getting strength training regularly builds muscles which contribute to better balance and improves your ability to do everyday activities. It enhances your quality of life, and you can do activities independently as you age.

Manage Chronic Diseases:

According to recent research reports, strength training is known to reduce the signs and symptoms of many chronic conditions, such as arthritis, back pain, obesity, heart disease, depression and diabetes. It’s essential to consult your doctor before beginning a strength training fitness program when you have a chronic condition or haven’t been active recently.

Improves Mental Skills:

Hitting your Parkinson gym for regular strength training and aerobic exercise will improve your thinking ability and learning skills. It also increases mental stability and resilience.

Improves Brain Health:

Strength training improves brain health in adults suffering from cognitive decline as it increases the flow of blood, oxygen and other nutrients to the brain.
So, what are you waiting for? Get your Parkinson gym membership now, and grab those weights to stay active and lead a healthy life. Contact us for more information.

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