Weight loss is not the only motive of training. The definition of a sexy woman, today, is a strong woman. Besides giving you a sexy irresistible body, strength training has various benefits. It transforms your life and outlook towards it. Below are mentioned the benefits of strength training for women.
Strength training not only burns calories during activity because metabolism works faster up to 48 hours later. This is mainly due to the release of catecholamines (epinephrine, norepinephrine, low cortisol), better blood circulation, the release of many other hormones and, above all, the fact that the training tiniest cracks in muscle fibers that need to be repaired. If you want to lose weight or keep your weight, you should definitely build muscle. More muscle mass will increase the basal metabolic rate (what your body uses in complete rest) and thus help you eat more and still have a nice body.
Bulky by building muscle?
Many women are afraid that training with heavy weights will build up too much muscle mass. In fact, women do not even have enough testosterone to build up so much lean muscle that they could call it “bulky.” Throughout their lifetime, women can build a maximum of 10kg of muscle – and only after years of training with maximum weights and the right diet. As long as no steroids are used, women cannot build bulky muscles.
From the age of 25, the bone density in women is steadily decreasing as estrogen levels slowly decrease. Osteoporosis carries the risk of pathological fractures. To counter this, it needs a suitable stimulus: strength training.
Strength training is one of the best ways to naturally lower blood pressure and balance high cholesterol levels.
Depression, migraine and PMS
Training stimulates the secretion of endorphins in the brain, which act as natural opioids and can reduce pain for a long time. In addition, regular exercise can significantly improve the imbalance of neurotransmitters in the brain (especially with regard to serotonin, dopamine and norepinephrine) and thus represent a causal therapy for depression