Why Should You Go for Physical Training?
Why Should You Go for Physical Training?

Are you in love with a toned body? Are you diet conscious and really like to follow a healthy routine? If being fit and strong is your goal but you’re confused what exactly to be done, then this is something you’ll like to find out.

Being fit or achieve fitness is not super easy, but not rocket science as well! It’s always your call to get access with good food, good thought, and positivity and at the same time live an active life with proper exercise or some physical training.

Find anything between Zumba, cycling, rowing or yoga classes, the list is too long, to sum up and to fit your ease. Seems like you have many choices, you only need to push yourself!

Amongst other exercises, resistance training or power training has gained a lot of traction in recent years, especially among women. Resistance training involves training in a way that challenges the musculature through resistance created by weights, bands, machines, or body weight.

Among its many benefits, resistance training:

    Improves muscular function.

    Slows age-related decline.

    Increases bone density and metabolism.

    Can reduce lower back pain and risk of injury, and more.

A lot of women folks report feeling empowered and notice a significant increase in confidence and self-esteem after taking up such physical training. Follow these steps to make yourself comfortable with this kind of physical training.

Step 1: Add up resistance training to your daily schedule

Now this is the trickiest thing, squeezing 30/40 minutes of time to your busy daily routine. But you have to chalk out something that you atleast get half an hour time for yourself to get a fit body.

Step 2: Determine the time limit

Experts recommend resistance training two to four times per week, which is often enough for women to experience the benefits given already. Training this frequently allows most women to feel rested and recovered enough for each training session and to feel energetic and generally good in their everyday life.

Step 3: Choose the Right Exercise

A well-rounded exercise program has four components: aerobic activity, strength training, flexibility training, and balance exercises. Each benefits your body in a different way. The major compound movements that involve multiple joints and large muscle groups help you develop coordination and great exercise technique, and make your resistance training efforts more efficient. Start with the largest movements first.

Resistance training or power training includes:

    Squat — a movement with a lot of hip and knee bend.

    Hinge — a movement with a lot of hip bend, less knee bend.

    Push — pushing away from you: horizontal, angled and or vertical (i.e., push-ups)

    Pull — pulling towards you: horizontal, angled and or vertical.

Just find the right move you’re comfortable with and invest some time for you which will provide a lot of health benefits to you.  In a nutshell, physical exercise can:

   Reduce your chances of getting cardiovascular diseases. For those who already have heart disease, exercise helps that to maintain in a better position.

    Lower your risk of developing hypertension and diabetes.

    Reduce your risk for colon cancer and some other forms of cancer.

    Improve your mood and mental functioning.

    Keep your bones strong and joints healthy.

    Help you maintain a healthy weight.

    Help you maintain your independence well into your later years.

Not only can physical training makes you look and feel better, but it can also result in better performance of everyday activities, such as climbing stairs and carrying bundles. Stronger muscles also mean better mobility and balance, and thus a lower risk of falling and injuring yourself. In addition, more lean body mass aids in weight control because each pound of muscle burns more calories than its equivalent in fat.

So ladies, love your power training and improve your diet essentially with a glass of Purabi milk every day!