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Weight Training isn't JUST for Bodybuilders...
There’s no doubt that resistance training can lead to
increased fat loss. In fact, in addition to cardiovascular or
aerobic exercise, resistance training is an important element in
any effective fat loss program.
Muscle tissue is metabolically active in the body-in general
terms, the higher your percentage of muscle mass, the higher your
Strength training will increase your lean muscle mass resulting in
an accelerated metabolism; in other words, if you add more muscle,
you'll burn more calories. And this, of course, can translate into
an increase in fat burning as well.
So, in addition to the other health benefits associated with
resistance training-increased strength and energy, healthy bone
density, protection against injury, etc.- engaging in two or three
brief and intense weight training sessions per week carries the
major plus of allowing your body to burn more calories even while
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