Find Your Resistance
- Jul 09, 2014
- Dr. Asa Andrew
Walking is the basic movement that we have each day for most. It is what health care professionals unanimously agree is the easiest and most beneficial exercise to perform daily for results. However, I want to challenge you to take on an additional challenge in your life. Regardless of your age, consider some form of resistance exercise 2-3 days per week. Studies have proven that whether its weight training, exercise videos, band training, kettle bell, boot camp, or some form of body resistance, the results are staggering. Invest in yourself. This style of exercise will promote lean muscle mass, healthier levels of hormones, stronger bones, and better agility as we age.
*Exercise is Medicine is a campaign of the American College of Sports Medicine for health care professionals to encourage exercise for improving overall health.