Weight Training has been recently known to be a great individual sport but it wasn’t always this popular, ever since Weight Training or Weight Lifting made its way into the mainstream, a great amount of people had their doubts and considered it to be a “dangerous” sport. As the years went by and science progressed it was proven that the benefits of weight training are unmatched, weight training is so good that athletes from different sorts of backgrounds have joined the movement to improve their overall physique and performance.
One of the main recommendations by sports nutritionists and doctors to people who have weight and health issues is to perform cardiovascularly and strength training on a daily basis. Cardiovascular training is great for burning calories and working up a sweat, weight training, on the other hand, burns both calories and fat while building muscle, the body will then transform into an anabolic state. As the body stays in an anabolic state it will naturally use fat sources as energy, weight training is also great for building resistance and increasing overall cardiovascular performance.
The main reason weight training has made its way into the mainstream is because it’s the only sport that allows the human body to gain muscle and burn fat at the same time. Weight training puts the body’s muscle fiber under great amounts of stress and makes them grow bigger and stronger. Weight Training allows the body to overdevelop in areas such as conditioning, resistance, speed, size, explosiveness and raw power.