Strength training is awesome… part two.

I started chatting about some of the crazy awesome mental benefits of strength training. Stress reduction and anxiety relief, improved moved and emotional well-being, increased self confidence and self-esteem, and even cognitive enhancement. BUT WAIT…THERE’S MORE!

  1. Enhanced focus and concentration: Engaging in regular strength training can improve your ability to focus and concentrate. The combination of physical exertion, mind-muscle connection, and the discipline required during strength training sessions can enhance your ability to stay present and focused on the task at hand, leading to improved mental clarity.
  2. Increased self-discipline and goal-setting skills: Strength training requires commitment, consistency, and adherence to a training program. By incorporating strength training into your routine, you cultivate self-discipline and develop effective goal-setting skills. This can positively impact other areas of your life where discipline and goal attainment are essential.
  3. Better sleep quality: Regular exercise, including strength training, can help improve sleep quality. Physical activity has been shown to regulate sleep patterns and promote deeper and more restful sleep. Better sleep can contribute to improved mental alertness, mood regulation, and overall mental well-being.
  4. Social interaction and support: Strength training can provide opportunities for social interaction and support, especially if you participate in group classes or workout with a partner. Interacting with like-minded individuals, sharing goals and achievements, and receiving encouragement can have positive effects on mental well-being and motivation.

Go forth and lift heavy things friends! Your brain and bod will thank you!


“Shiny Object Syndrome”… part two

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