7 Strength Moves To Burn Fat
Strength is the foundation of nearly all physique and performance goals. When you’re strong, you more easily gain muscle size, lose fat, run faster, hit harder, and play longer.
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Research has shown that strength training increases power and endurance and also:
- Helps control weight by boosting the metabolism
- Halts bone loss and even restores bone
- Improves balance
- Helps prevent bone fractures from osteoporosis
- Improves flexibility.
In addition, in women age 40 or older, strength-training helps prevent loss of muscle mass.
A strength training program may include free weights or weight-training machines. But you don’t need extensive equipment to do strength-training. You can do Pilates mat work, using simply a stability ball, or do exercises that use your own body weight for resistance, such as push-ups, sit-ups, lunges, squats, and dips.