Skip to main content

Live a Better Life Through Training!

By September 14, 2016Adult Fitness

We often associate training with fat loss, good looks, & a lean body.

As nice as it is to look and feel better about yourself, these goals are nowhere as important as the long-term benefits you get from training consistently.

And these benefits aren’t superficial or vane – they help improve the length and quality of your life, for years to come.

Benefit #1 – Healthier Bones and Joints

As you train, your muscles aren’t the only part of your body improving in strength.

When perform strength exercises such as squats, deadlifts, push-ups, and rows, your ENTIRE musculoskeletal system is being challenged.

So that means, your muscles, tendons, ligaments, cartilage, and bones are being forced to adapt over-time to these stressors.

Your joints and bones will become stronger, denser, and more resilient to injury if you strength train consistently. This means you will be less likely to suffer from injuries, sprains, broken bones, or osteoporosis later in your life.

Benefit #2 – Healthier Brain

Training not only helps you physically, but mentally, too.

According to Harvard Medical School, “exercise helps memory and thinking through both direct and indirect means.” (1)

Additionally, according to the NIH, regular exercise is a protective factor in brain ageing and degeneration. (2)

So your weekly workouts give your brain a boost, too, in the long run!

Benefit #3 – Longer Life

Training not only improves the quality of your life, but the length of it, too.

According to the National Cancer Institute, “leisure-time physical activity” is associated with longer life spans.

“We must not underestimate how important physical activity is for health – even modest amounts can add years to our life,” says I-Min Lee, M.D., Sc.D., & professor of Medicine at Harvard Medical School. Dr. Lee was one of the researchers who conducted the study discussed by the National Cancer Institute. (3)

If weight loss and having a leaner body wasn’t appealing enough to get you training, then these 3 long-term benefits will.

Start training today and achieve a healthier, longer life!

For more information on our programs, click below!


Leave a Reply