# Weight training
6 Benefits of Strength Training
Does strength training mean lifting hundreds of pounds of weight over your head? That’s what many people automatically think of, but there’s much more to it than that. What are the benefits of strength training, and who can benefit? Let’s learn more.
The New Fitness Revolution: "Body By Science" Strength Training Program
In today's rapidly evolving world of fitness, a groundbreaking book has emerged that is transforming the way we approach weight loss and strength training. Thousands have already discovered the secrets to rapid weight loss and improved long-term health with the "Body By Science: Strength Training Program".
How Healthcare Can Teach Us About Exercise Adherence
Perhaps laziness is the reason people don’t exercise in some cases, but that should not be the overarching assumption. Ironically, chalking the answer up to laziness and calling it a day is, well, lazy. It remains a tempting line of reasoning, however, as you will be hard-pressed to find many people who don't have some level of understanding that exercise is good for you.
Contrary to Popular Belief, Getting Stronger Doesn't Take Very Long
This is a popular phrase in the rehab and fitness spaces and it rings true in regards to health and wellness. Strength is one of the most important markers of health. Research suggests quad strength and grip strength are primary predictors of mortality. Another study showed hip flexor strength was the primary determinant in the progression of functional capacity decline. Furthermore, low muscle strength and power, but not low muscle mass, are more strongly associated with falls, fractures, and mortality.