Do you want to be healthy and look ten years younger? Then it is time to exercise with weights. A fitness trainer Holly Perkins claims that strength training is as important for your health as annual checkups. "There is a link between your health condition and your muscle mass. When you build muscles, your metabolism speeds up and it becomes easier for you to slim down and maintain a healthy weight. Regular weight training will lower the risk for many diseases such as, diabetes, heart disease and hypertension," says Perkins.
Are you looking for an effective workout for women over fifties and beyond? We would like to show you Perkin's top ten moves that can help you build strong and sculpted body. In order to obtain great results, every woman should do this strength routine twice a week. You may also add other kinds of physical activity such as, running, yoga, dancing and so on.
This workout consists of easy, but effective moves for women over fifties such as, squats to chair, reverse lunges, seated overhead presses, standing calf raises, bent over rows, superman, chest fly, dumbbell pullovers, biceps hammer curls and basic abs. These moves will strengthen your upper body, lower body and core.
You can complete all of these exercises in one workout routine, or you can pick up a few of them and add them to your own training routine. Are you interested? Scroll down to see how to do these moves to prevent injuries and get the most out of this workout.
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#1. Squats to chair
#2. Reverse lunges
#3. Seated overhead presses
#4. Standing calf raises
#5. Bent over rows
#7. Chest fly
#8. Dumbbell pullovers
#9. Biceps hammer curls
#10. Basic abs
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