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Alleviate Menopause Symptoms Through Resistance Training


Resistance Training is the Key to Weight Loss in Menopause

When you lift weights, you build lean muscle tissue which is more metabolically

active than fat. When you increase your muscle, you also increase metabolism

which means you're burning more calories throughout the day. Regular strength training is just as important as cardio exercise for losing fat and getting fit, but weightlifting isn't just about bulking up and building muscle mass.


Its benefits include improved posture & balance, better sleep, gaining bone

density, maintaining weight loss, boosting metabolism, lowering inflammation and

staving off chronic disease, reducing obesity.


It also regulates insulin and lowers inflammation. Along with keeping away

chronic disease, strength training has you burning through glucose, which is

good news for those grappling with Type 2 diabetes who consistently need to

manage blood sugar levels.


Because strength training increases lean muscle mass, it gives your

cardiovascular system places to send the blood being pumped. This results in

less pressure on your arteries, which helps reduce the chances of heart-related

problems. This is especially important in your