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Performed using weights and weight machines, resistance training pushes your muscles to their limit and causes them to overcome the force of resistance. Through repeated resistance training, you create stronger and more resilient muscles, which benefits your overall health over time.
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What if you could do only one, low impact, fun exercise? What if that exercise could power up your immune system to fight diseases like cancer, more effectively, while also helping you manage weight? What if that were possible in one third the time other exercise takes? What if that exercise could chase fat and cellulite while making you ultra-healthy?
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And no, lifting won't make you bulk up.
Combining cardio with resistance training is believed to offer numerous health and fitness benefits, but does how you go about your training play a role? Maybe not in the long run, according to a new...