Strength can be defined by four key components, body awareness, coordination, balance, and the ability to transfer weight. Improving your overall strength will allow you to improve your quality of life and allow ease for your day-to-day activities that involve repetitive movements such as pushing, pulling, squatting, lunging, and hinging.
These movements aren’t only imperative for daily chores around the house, they are also necessary for many leisurely activities. Improving strength allows you to enjoy leisurely activities and help keep you fit and healthy.
You don’t just get strong overnight; you have to work on strength regularly to create the change that you want to see in your body. In order for change to happen you should include a strength training regime in your exercise routine two to three times a week. Remember, be patient with yourself. Change takes time!
Here are some great moves to help you start your fitness journey. If you’re already in the swing of things, make sure you’ve got these moves down. If you can master these basics you’re well on your way to a stronger, healthier you.