Use resistance to your advantage and improve your strength, endurance, and flexibility.
Let’s get real about strength and resistance training, it’s not something reserved for the folks looking to bulk up – although it does make a difference. Strength training helps you to take your fitness journey to the next level by combining mobility with resistance.
By adding strength training to your workout programme, you’ll see a marked improvement in your endurance, strength, flexibility, and overall fitness levels, so why not give it a try?
Workout 1: Switch on your gains with this dumbbell workout
In this workout, you’ll be working the full body – giving each muscle group attention better full-body strength and conditioning.
This workout offers better full-body strength and conditioning and greater energy expenditure when compared to other forms of weight training, which helps you burn more calories with every workout!
Workout 2: Do more with dumbells
Are you looking for a quick and convenient approach to get in a full-body workout? Why not try this high-intensity dumbbell workout?
This highly effective and efficient way to train needs one set of dumbbells with no rest between stations. It also incorporates multiple complex compound moves. This combination keeps your heart rate elevated helping you burn more calories.
Workout 3: Restore balance with unilateral training
In this workout, we’re helping you restore balance and symmetry to help your body move efficiently and perform better.
This type of training is called unilateral exercise. Working the body and specific muscle groups in this way can address strength or muscle size imbalances on either side of the body to improve functional or aesthetic symmetry.
Workout 4: Pre-workout training to prevent injury
In this workout, you will be guided on pre-workout stretches to promote flexibility and reduce the risk of injury.
A proper warm-up is essential to prepare our bodies for an ensuing exercise session or race. This not only reduces our injury risk but also primes the body for optimal performance by activating the right muscles and joints, and getting the neuromuscular system working.