November 03, 2020 at 10:54AM

“Incorporating strength training into your exercise routine not only burns calories, but increases lean muscle mass, which also stimulates metabolism.”

This statement is quoted directly from a study published by Harvard researchers in 2014. This research found that strength training is more effective at preventing increases in muscle mass than cardiovascular exercise. Just 20 minutes of weight training can be effective.

Combining weight training and aerobic activity led to the most optimal results. This is especially important in reducing abdominal obesity among the elderly. In order to maintain a healthy weight and waistline, it is critical to incorporate weight training and aerobic exercise.

Don’t skip out on your strength training. Or fall into the trap that cardio burns more fat than weight lifting.

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